CDFS provides internationally recognised and industry-embedded training aimed at forensic investigators, digital security practitioners, and those with forensic experience wanting to develop their skills further. We bridge the gap between what you know and what you need to know to be effective in your digital investigations.
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Tips & Tricks // AXIOM Reporting Now & Then – Exploring AXIOM’s updated reporting features in AXIOM 4.0
Speakers: Jessica Hyde Date and time: September 10, 11:30AM SGT, 1:30PM AEST In this Tips and Tricks we will explore AXIOM’s new reporting features and show improvements. Additionally, we will share tips and tricks for users of previous versions of AXIOM to produce desired output comparing how things were done in older versions. We will […]
Best Practices for Nuix Discover Ingestions
Speakers: James Inghram Date and time: 24 September 11 AM AEST Nuix Discover Ingestions guru Jamie Inghram shares his tried and true practices for efficiently and effectively getting data into Nuix Discover. Watch this session to achieve faster upload times and optimise data organisation. About this webinar Nuix Discover Power User Webinar Series Nuix […]
203E SA Strategic Intelligence Analysis
Strategic Intelligence Analysis is a two-level e-learning course, designed for professionals working in public sector enforcement, intelligence, national security, and regulatory compliance roles, or those aspiring to do so. Using a combination of online lesson materials and applied learning scenarios, the course provides an understanding and hands-on appreciation of the concepts, principles, and methods that inform […]
New X-Ways Forensics
Download PDF This 4-days course include: This course is focused on the systematic and efficient examination of computer media using our integrated computer forensics software “X-Ways Forensics”. Complete and systematic coverage of all computer forensics features in WinHex and X-Ways Forensics. Hands-on exercises, simulating most aspects of the complete computer forensics process. Attendees are […]
- Date: 14-17 December 2021
- Price: AUD$ 3850 per person
- Location: Virtual Instructor Led and/or Classroom, Fyshwick ACT (pending COVID-19 Restrictions)
Python for Advanced Mobile Forensic Analysis
The H-11 Python for Advanced Mobile-Forensics Analysis Course will take a mobile-forensics practitioner beyond simply pointing and clicking. This course will provide students the ability to search out and decode data that hasn’t been found, was missed, and not analyzed by automated mobile-forensic tools. Students will use Python both in and outside the mobile-forensic tool […]
- Date: TBA
- Price: AUD$ 4950 per student
- Location: Virtual Instructor Led and Self Paced Online Learning
Investigating the Dark Web
The emergence of a complex and multi-layered cybercrime economy has also begun to suggest a fundamental shift in the very nature of crime itself. In this context, overt acts of crime become less central features of the criminal ecosystem when compared to the services.
- Date: TBA
- Price: $350 ex GST per person
- Location: Remote Delivery
203C CTI Critical Thinking for Investigators
In an age of overwhelming misinformation, disinformation and propaganda, critical thinking skills are more essential than ever to determine fact-from-fiction and make the best possible decisions.
While we are called upon to use our critical and logical thinking skills on a daily basis, most of us are simply not good at it; we are all subject to a range of biases and “thinking mistakes” that we may not be aware of.
What we think of as “common sense” is just not enough.
- Price: $350
- Location: Remote Delivery
201E SMI Social Media Intelligence & Investigation
Social Media Intelligence (SMI or SOCMINT) is processed information, sourced from online social platforms and applications that facilitate and enable the collecting, monitoring, and analysis of up-to-date online sentiment and social commentary. The rich and varied information available from social platforms may be live or historical, opinion or fact, text or multi-media, proprietary or crowd-sourced; depending on the data provided by each source, and an investigator’s ability to cross-reference the data across platforms and tools, a comprehensive profile of an individual, location, or event can often be built quickly and accurately.
102E IIA Introduction to Intelligence Analysis
Introduction to Intelligence Analysis is a two-level e-learning course, designed to equip aspiring and inexperienced analysts, as well as other interested investigative and security professionals, with the knowledge and skills required to undertake intelligence analysis tasks, and to better understand intelligence analysis products when when encountered or assigned.
101E IRT Using the Internet as an Investigative Research Tool
While general internet research appears simple, the Web can be very difficult to navigate when searching for timely, accurate, and actionable intelligence. The complexities of the internet can produce missing information, and a user’s safety, integrity, and privacy can be compromised if they are unaware of the inherent risks that come with online research and […]
We offer a 2-Day hands-on, instructor-led training for Triage-G2® (TG2). Trainees in this forward operator forensic triage training will learn how to configure Triage-G2®, operate the software and interpret results.
Deployment: The triage tool is ideal for special operations and forward operators as it is deployed for reconnaissance on a small, portable USB key.
We offer a 1-Day hands-on, instructor-led training for Triage-Investigator® (TINV). Trainees will learn how to configure Triage-Investigator®, operate the software and interpret results.