Cybercrime Investigators Course
|Session(s)||Location||Start date||End date|
|$ 4,950.00||$ 1,140.00||$ 900.00||$ 6,990.00|
This is an intermediate and technical course that focuses on conducting cybercrime investigations. Students work in a multi-disciplinary team and learn how to collect and preserve evidence from technological and Internet-based sources. Students learn proven methods of conducting cybercrime investigations through hands-on exercises, scenario-based learning/training and lectures. Because cyber threats do not work in isolation, students learn the importance of working with other agencies (Federal, Provincial, Municipal and International) and the private sector in an effort to prevent and stop these crimes.
Format and delivery
- Length of course
- 10 days
- Class size
- maximum 20 students
- Delivery setting
- theoretical and practical components are done in a computer laboratory
- Ability to lead or provide advice to investigate cybercrime.
- Knowledge of the Cybercrime Incident Response model and Major Case Management principles.
- Understanding how to seek and use resources and tools to initiate and conduct a cyber investigation.
- Understanding the life cycle of the five stages of hacking and the steps for network penetration.
- Ability to prepare a preservation request and a production order to an Internet service provider.
- Knowledge of how open source/online undercover is used to further cyber investigations and best practices.
- Knowledge of current cyber related laws.
Eligibility and mandatory requirements
- This course is offered to investigators working in a special operations unit dealing with cyber related crimes.
- Registrants must have successfully completed the Digital Technologies Investigators Course (DTIC) within the last five years or the Computer Forensic Examiner (CMPFOR). Proof of having passed the DTIC or the CMPFOR must be submitted with the registration form.
- Registrants should have basic knowledge of Linux command line.
- Acceptance or refusal in the course is at the discretion of the Canadian Police College.
- Success in the course is based on attendance, participation and completion of all required assignments.
- Several evaluation methods are used, including pre-course assignments, various assignments, mid-course exam, preparation of an information to obtain and Production Order, and a final exam.
- Students are expected to spend several hours on pre-course assignments, reading material and course exercises that will extend past regular course hours (evenings and weekend).
- Re-testing or re-evaluation is conducted at the discretion of the course instructor.
The graduates of the college's Cybercrime Investigators course are eligible for credits towards the Bachelor of Arts in Policing at Wilfrid Laurier University. For more information, please refer to the Transfer credits section.
For more details or other information about the course, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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