Digital Forensics Techniques for Weapons Systems

Course Description

Take a systematic approach. In Digital Forensics and Weapons Systems, learners explore the forensic investigation of the combination of traditional workstations, embedded systems, networks, and system busses that constitute the modern-day-weapons system. The course reviews the similarities and differences between commodity PCs and embedded systems. Learners gain knowledge of a wide variety of forensic evidence data sources from all classes of systems, as well methods of data acquisition, evidence extraction, and analysis using a wide variety of tools (both commercial and open-source).

Course ID: DEF 4619P
Course Format: Classroom

Important Course Information

This course is restricted to US citizens who are industrial and/or government employees and complete the Access Eligibility Form.  Eligibility questions should be directed to 404-407-6661.  Attendees must fax the Access Eligibility Form to 404-407-8691.  Laptop computers will not be permitted in the classroom and storage will not be available.

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CRN Start date End date Format Location Cost
18592 Mar 6, 2018 Mar 8, 2018 Classroom Lexington Park, Maryland $1,995

Who Should Attend

Military, law enforcement, and IT professionals responsible for incident response, failure analysis, and digital investigations.

How You Will Benefit

  • Conduct forensic data acquisition
  • Analyze various storage mediums, such as volatile and non-volatile memory, and data sources, such as serial bus and network captures.
  • Investigate simulated weapons system compromises
  • Demonstrate the ability to conduct an end-to-end digital forensics investigation.

Content

  • Weapons Systems
  • Data Concepts
  • Embedded Systems
  • Data Acquisition and Processing
  • Networks and Busses
  • Traffic Analysis
  • Incident Response

Materials

Provided

  • Laptop to use during class

For Course-Related Questions

Please contact the course administrator: Renita Folds

Instructors