A student needs to meet the following prequisites in order to fully benefit from the course:

  • Must have a Digital or Computer Forensics Certification or equivalent knowledge

Course outcome

Participants will be able to apply forensically-sound best practice techniques against virtual infrastructure entities in the following use case scenarios:

  • Identifying direct evidence of a crime
  • Attributing evidence to specific suspects
  • Confirming (or negating) suspect alibis
  • Confirming (or negating) suspect statements
  • Determining (or negating) suspect intent
  • Determining (or negating) Identifying sources
  • Determining (or negating) Authenticating documents

Who should attend

This course was designed for the benefit of the following organization roles:

  • Virtual infrastructure specialists (Architects, engineers, Administrators)
  • Forensic investigators


  • Online Video
  • Electronic Book(Workbook/Lab guide)
  • Exam Prep Questions
  • Exam

Course outline

  • Module 1: Digital Forensics –the what, where, when, how and why
  • Module 2: Virtual Infrastructure
  • Module 3: Forensic Investigation Process
  • Module 4: VI Forensics Scenario 1: Identifying direct evidence of a crime
  • Module 5: VI Forensics Scenario 2: Attributing Evidence to Specific Requests
  • Module 6: VI Forensics Scenario 3: Confirming (or negating) suspect alibis
  • Module 7: VI Forensics Scenario 4: Confirming (or negating) suspect statements
  • Module 8: VI Forensics Scenario 5: Determining (or negating) suspect intent
  • Module 9: VI Forensics Scenario 6: Identifying sources
  • Module 10: VI Forensics Scenario 7: Authenticating documents
  • Module 11: Putting it all together –Course Summary

Short description

This course covers incident response in virtual enviroments.

Expanded description

This course takes two enormously challenging areas facing IT security professionals today: incident response and virtualization and attempts to meld these together. Forensics is at the heart of incident response. Therefore this training will focus on how to gather evidence relating to an incident. The what, when, where, who and why of an incident within today’s common virtual environments. Additionally, the course will take a deep dive into the virtual infrastructure and contrast the various virtual entities against their physical counterparts. This will allow a clear demonstration of the forensically relevant differences between the virtual and physical environments.

The course uses a lab-centric, scenario-based approach to demonstrate how to forensically examine relevant components of a virtual infrastructure for specific use cases.

 875,00 (excl. BTW)
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