August 17-21

Digital Forensics Analyst

Boost your knowledge of digital forensics from the comfort of your own home

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The recent trend of remote work has turned cyberspace into a playground for cybercriminals. The volume and frequency of malicious activity has left many incidents unattended and not properly investigated. This means that organizations often become repeat victims of compromise, suffering financial and reputational losses along the way.

To address this unprecedented challenge, Group-IB has designed a special online program on digital forensics. The course covers both ends of the IS maturity spectrum to ensure you get the training that your company and team need. By the end of the course, you will emerge with the tools and skills to reinforce your digital forensic capabilities.

Digital Forensics Analyst: Advanced

August 17-21 5 days1:00 PM - 8:00 PM (GMT+8)

Why do you need this course?

Expand your understanding about forensic investigations and improve your skills to more effectively analyze infected hosts. By the time the course is completed, you will be able to:

  • Independently investigate cyber incidents
  • Counteract hi-tech attacks on your organization

Who can this course benefit?

Technical specialists with little experience in information security

Refresh and deepen your knowledge of digital forensics and improve practical skills

Information security specialists

Dive deeper into digital forensics and solve daily tasks connected to cybercrime investigations

What will you learn?

Hi-tech crime trends
  • Attack models, tools and infrastructure
  • Overview of industry-dependent attacks
Initial incident response
  • Threat models for better understanding of attackers’ TTPs
  • Incident severity evaluation
  • Basic process of incident response
Network forensics
  • Network activity monitoring
  • Network traffic analysis
  • Incident chronology reconstruction
Memory dump analysis
  • Volatile data collection
  • Memory dump creation
  • Anomaly and malicious activity detection
  • Memory dump analysis
Physical disk image analysis
  • Physical disk image creation
  • Windows-based artifact analysis
  • Attacker TTPs reconstruction
  • Physical disk image analysis
Practical tasks based on the real cases
  • Memory dump analysis
  • Physical image analysis

Meet your instructors

Sergey Nikitin

Deputy Head of Computer Forensics Laboratory

Sergey has been working internationally in digital forensics and incident investigation and response for nine years, including cases that involved Carbanak, Buhtrap, Lurk, Cobalt, Fin7, APT3, MoneyTaker, DarkVishnya, Silence, BlackEnergy, and other cybercriminal groups. He was one of the first experts to respond to global attacks such as NotPetya, BadRabbit, and WannaCry.

Sergey has been awarded a GCFA certificate and is an ISO/IEC 27001-certified auditor. He is also an official speaker for Group-IB on information security matters, with over 100 media articles, interviews, and TV appearances.

Anastasia Barinova

Acting Deputy Head of Training

Anastasia conducts digital forensics research, regularly participates in conferences, and develops training courses on digital forensics, incident response, threat hunting, and threat information collection and analysis.

Anastasia has held more than 60 training sessions in five countries and teaches original courses on digital forensics and fighting cybercrime at the Higher School of Economics, MGIMO, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, and Bauman Moscow State Technical University.

Svetlana Ostrovskaya

Digital Forensics Specialist

Svetlana conducts research studies on Android malware analysis, security assessment of web/mobile applications and smart homes, and other topics.

She has been published in an IEEE journal, teached digital forensics at Innopolis University, one of the leading Russian higher education institutions focused on education and research in the field of IT and Robotics. Currently Svetlana is developing cybersecurity training courses and conducts them in Russia and globally.

Anatoly Tykushin

Digital Forensics Specialist

Anatoly has conducted a research study on digital forensics, the results of which have been presented at conferences and used in real incident response cases. He teaches digital forensics at Innopolis and Skolkovo Universities, leading Russian higher education institutions in IT, science and technology.

Anatoly regularly participates in complex incident response operations, conducts digital forensic investigations, develops methodologies, and assesses organizations’ incident response readiness.

Why Group-IB?

Experience in international investigations

Our courses are based on 1,000+ successful investigations and 17 years of experience in the cyber security sector

Technical expertise

Our instructors have been certified by GCFA, EnCE, and MCFE.

Practicing experts

All of Group-IB’s Cyber Education programs are designed and led by our own specialists, enabling them to include the freshest cybersecurity insights in their coursework.

Comfort and convenience

Our new online format brings everything offered by our offline courses, including practical exercises and instructor support, to the comfort of your own home.

Client Feedback

I would like to express my personal gratitude for the best practices and expert opinion that Group‑IB shared with us. The workshop was informative and fascinating. I am sure that our partnership with Group-IB will play an important role in the full-scale preparation to responding to all types of information security incidents.
Francisco Luis,European Cyber Security Centre (EC3), Europol

Client Feedback

We would like to express our gratitude to the malware analysis instructor, who was highly supportive and resourceful throughout the course. Amongst the content provided, we were most impressed with the case study, which contained finely crafted examples that have shed light on core problems.
Nguyen Huy DungDirector of Vietnam National Cyber Security Center
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