Windows Artifact Foundations (Live Remote) – May 2022 (USA Time zone)
3-day Intermediate Level Course
What is Live Remote Synchronous Training?
Remote Synchronous Training (RST) allows the attendee to participate in structured training courses remotely, in the comfort of your own office. It eliminates travel costs and provides a fully interactive environment, just like being in the classroom! RST delivery is specifically designed to simulate a live learning environment. Students have two-way communication with the instructor as well as the other students in the class using a typical hardware setup from their remote location. Instructors can monitor and interact with all students at the same time. When needed, instructors can assist students by physically interacting with his/her assigned machine in the Spyder Forensics remote classroom.
Why choose a Remote class?
Content is delivered exactly the same as in our live classes · Full interaction with the trainer and other course attendees · No travel costs and enjoy the class at your preferred location · Receive the same courseware as an in-person class, i.e. 400+ page color printed student manual for post-class reference, USB with datasets and student files · Use of unique datasets developed by Spyder Forensics covering all artifacts covered in this class and others in our curriculum · Post class access the Spyder Forensics Academy (LMS) for supplementary courseware and online electronic version of the training manual.
What you will need:
A computer (Windows or Apple) connected to the internet allowing access to GoToTraining™ for instructor delivery and Splashtop™ to interact with the remote classroom PC · A microphone to interact via voice with the class (not required as Chat window is always available) · Speakers to hear the class being delivered · Preferred 2 monitors to open multiple windows (GoToTraining and RemotePC windows).
What you will receive:
Printed course manual · USB · Access to the Spyder Forensics Academy · Course certificate – Access to courseware data files and software
The Windows® Artifacts Foundations training is a three-day course that will introduce the participant to the many forensically relevant items stored on a Windows based system through user interaction and host operating system functionality.
Students will use various applications and utilities to successfully identify, process, understand and document numerous Windows® artifacts that are vitally important to perform a successful forensic investigation of the seized system. Students will gain knowledge to identify where and why Windows stores information in the Registry files, Recycle Bin, Recent folder, User directory and system folders. The participant will also learn how to process Internet Explorer history, cookies, temp files and user settings and compare them with the Edge browser released with Windows® 10.
Students will use a variety of open source and leading forensic applications to examine key artifacts through multiple hands on labs and student practical’s.
The course will follow adult learning principles through training aids such as presentations, diagrams and practical instructor lead examples. Each artifact covered will be presented in either one or two 50-minute sessions followed by review questions. Students will be given the opportunity throughout the course to ask questions and discuss objectives covered in more detail. Throughout each day students will have practical exercises to work on in order to reinforce the topics.