Nuix Workstation Forensic Practitioner Foundations

Date:TBA

Price: $2600 ex GST

Location: Virtual Instructor-Led Training

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NUIX WORKSTATION FORENSIC PRACTITIONER CORE ∙ TWO DAYS ∙ INSTRUCTOR LED CLASS

Description

The Nuix Workstation Forensic Practitioner Core certification class is intended to apply forensic concepts and review basic user functionality of Nuix Workstation for an investigation utilizing the application in the following ways:

  • Successfully install and configure Nuix Workstation
  • Review the basic operations of Nuix Imager
  • Create an investigations case and determine the appropriate processing settings for ingesting different formats of unstructured data and forensic images
  • Outline the various analysis options for exclusions, search, review and advanced searching techniques
  • Visualize and export data for reporting

Students will be enrolled in the Nuix Workstation Forensic Practitioner Core exam. The Nuix Workstation Forensic Practitioner Core is a requisite class for the Nuix Forensic Practitioner Certified Master pathway.

MODULE 1: INTRODUCTION & PRODUCT OVERVIEW
  • Class introductions
  • Class objectives
  • Nuix history
  • The Forensic process
  • Overview of Nuix technology
  • Balancing system resources
  • Nuix Workstation installation
  • Nuix Imager
  • Nuix support
MODULE 2: NUIX IMAGER, NUIX WORKSTATION CASES & DATA PROCESSING
  • Review forensic baseline
  • Utilizing Nuix Imager
  • Nuix Workstation case types
  • Processing profiles
    • Processing settings
  • Adding case evidence
  • Processing statistics
MODULE 3: USER INTERFACE, FILTERS & BASIC SEARCHING
  • Nuix Workstation overview
  • Menu items
  • Tab functions
  • Document Navigator
  • Results pane
  • Review pane
  • Reset views
MODULE 4: EXCLUDING IRRELEVANT ARTIFACTS
  • Data analysis & culling
  • Metadata profiles
  • Flag ignorable items
  • Custodian management
  • Checking items
  • Tagging items
  • Comments
  • Deduplication
  • Exclusions
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