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Windows Digital Forensics

Our high-level expert in the field of digital forensics, Ayman Shaaban, will introduce you to some important areas, including basic technical concepts and definitions, and explain the incident response, and how digital forensics is part of the process.

Our course emphasizes practical application, mirroring real-world scenarios to provide participants with a comprehensive understanding of incident response, allowing participants to gain invaluable insights and hands-on experience. By the end, you’ll be proficient in incident scoping, evidence acquisition, log file analysis, network analysis, creation of Indicators of Compromise (IoCs), and memory forensics. Armed with this knowledge, you’ll be better equipped to detect and mitigate threats swiftly, minimizing their impact and containing the damage effectively.
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Ayman Shaaban
Digital Forensics and Incident Response Group Manager

Ayman joined Kaspersky in 2014 as a security researcher and member of GERT. Currently, Ayman works as DFIR manager in GERT. He started his cyber security career in 2009, where he participated in building digital forensics labs, and provided response and analysis for cyber incidents in different industries.

Training objectives

Acquire the fundamental expertise essential for digital forensics.
Demonstrate proficiency in utilizing the tools and resources of digital forensics.
Analyze browser and email histories effectively.
Comprehend the methods of obtaining diverse digital evidence and managing it within a forensically sound setting.
Be able to find traces of malicious actions related to incidents in MS Windows artifacts.
Learn how to use timestamps from various Windows artefacts to restore an incident scenario.

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