About the Course

Computer forensics (also known as computer forensic science) is a branch of digital forensic science pertaining to evidence found in computers and digital storage media. The goal of computer forensics is to examine digital media in a forensically sound manner with the aim of identifying, preserving, recovering, analyzing and presenting facts and opinions about the digital information.

Although it is most often associated with the investigation of a wide variety of computer crime, computer forensics may also be used in civil proceedings. The discipline involves similar techniques and principles to data recovery, but with additional guidelines and practices designed to create a legal audit trail.

Evidence from computer forensics investigations is usually subjected to the same guidelines and practices of other digital evidence.

Forensic techniques and expert knowledge are used to explain the current state of a digital artifact, such as a computer system, storage medium (e.g. hard disk or CD-ROM), or an electronic document (e.g. an email message or JPEG image). The scope of a forensic analysis can vary from simple information retrieval to reconstructing a series of events.

In a 2002 book, Computer Forensics, authors Kruse and Heiser define computer forensics as involving “the preservation, identification, extraction, documentation and interpretation of computer data”. They go on to describe the discipline as “more of an art than a science”, indicating that forensic methodology is backed by flexibility and extensive domain knowledge.

However, while several methods can be used to extract evidence from a given computer the strategies used by law enforcement are fairly rigid and lack the flexibility found in the civilian world.

The Online Certificate Course offered by CYBERTALKINDIA – NETIZENS CHOICE, intends to spread awareness among the general public about the complete investigation process with illustrations of the computer forensics.

Who can pursue?

Anyone who has access to a computer and the Internet can enroll for the Certification Course.

Duration of Course: 3 Months (05 September 2019 – 02nd December 2019)

Date of Commencement: 05 September 2019

Exam dates: 01st December 2019 – 02nd December 2019. (You can choose any date as per your convenience)

About the exam: The exam will consist of 20 questions, 5 marks each. For passing, you need to secure a minimum of 40%. No negative marking.

Mock Examination: There will be a Mock test for the course in question on 22nd November 2019. [ Students will be notified via email.

About the Assignment: You need to submit one assignment in between 30th September 2019 – 15th October 2019 on the themes selected by the boards and it will be mailed to you. Where the selected Assignments will be published by us in a book bearing an International Standard Book Number for free of cost. (You will be charged only for Paperback edition of the Book)

Hard Copy Certificates will be dispatched in the Second week of  December.

Note: We are providing a book in your registered email address which would cover the entire syllabus of the course.

Syllabus to be covered: 

  • E-Mail & Web Forensics
    a. Exploring the world of e-mail
    b. Examining e-mail structures
    c. Finding the forensic perspective
    d. Performing e-mail forensics
    e. Looking into Web mail
    f. Checking Hotmail, Yahoo, and Google Mail
    g. Investigating Instant Messages

  • Data Forensics
    a. Storage Hardware
    b. File system basics
    c. Data hiding places
    d. Data extractions
    e. Rebuilding data

  • Document Forensics
    a. Finding data about data
    b. Finding the CAM
    c. Where documents are found

  • Mobile Forensics
    a. Mobile device basics
    b. Becoming familiar with mobile acquisitions
    c. Extracting mobile device data

  • Network Forensics
    a. Rooting network data collection
    b. Hunting through networks and traffic
    c. Speaking the language of networks
    d. Picking the right network forensics tool

  • Investigating X- Files : eXotic Forensics
    a. Surprising places to look for evidence
    b. Tools for extracting evidence from nonstandard device
    c. The future of data storage 

Fees for the course: Rs.4500/- (For students only the amount for a hard copy of the publication will be charged extra)

Early Bird: Rs. 3,350/- (Register before 29th August 2019, Early bird registration applicable to only students not for professionals) Early Bird Click HERE this link is applicable till the date mentioned above.

Note: Payment is non-refundable.

Deadline : The last date for Registration is 02nd September 2019

For registration, Click HERE

To make payment through Paytm Students / Professionals Click HERE [This link is for those who is registering themselves after 30th August 2019]

  •  Early Bird Entry is not applicable for Professionals.

To make payment directly to our account revert back with this email or call us @ +91-9406841953

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DISCLAIMER:- This is not a Diploma Course it’s a course designed by the firm itself to promote cyber education in the society. If someone claims that he/she is from CYBERTALKINDIA and taking money against the Diploma Courses please write here CYBERTALKINDIA does not offer any type of Diploma Courses to its student.


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