A Fast Track Professional Workshop on Digital Forensic
Date: 2 March 2016 (Wednesday) & 10 March 2016 (Thursday)
Venue: CSE Lab 1 (Rm4221) Lift 19
Quota: 32 (first-come, first-served)
Title: A Fast Track Professional Workshop on Digital Forensic
Speaker: Ricci IEONG, Adjunct Assistant Professor
- This is a non-credit bearing, standalone workshops, solely to enhance students' professional knowledge;
- To be counted as one attendancy in COMP 4900, students need to attend both workshops and submit a reflection report.
- Promote Digital Forensic to the interested students;
- Equip the students with the foundations to attempt the contest of Cyber Forensics Challenge.
Details of the challenge will be discussed in the workshop: Black T-Shirt Cyber Forensics Challenge
In the workshop
Students will learn to use popular tools of Digital Forensic to achieve the tasks of Evidence collection, evidence analysis and writing final report.
It will cover the typical forensic investigation process:
- File system and operating system identification
- Recovery of operating system and application artifacts
- Recovery of user-created artifacts
- Conducting in-depth analysis across the system and scenario, which extends beyond artifact recovery
- Event reconstruction
- Report writing
Workshop I: 2 Mar (Wed) 6:30-8:30pm at CSE Lab 1 (Rm4221) Lift 19
Workshop II: 10 Mar (Thu) 6:30-8:30pm at CSE Lab 1 (Rm4221) Lift 19
(32 seats - First come first serve; the 2 workshops are related, students are expected to attend both)
Your basic knowledge
To get the maximum benefits from the workshop, you should possess basic knowledge in
- Networking, Windows OS and administration, and Linux OS
- General programming knowledge and concept
What to bring in the workshop
A laptop and your eagerness to learn something new and professional.