This course is designed for Solicitors, Barristers and any other professionals who have to deal with computer-based evidence within their line of work. This is a self-contained module with three hours of tuition. Due to the length of the module it can be delivered within the Solicitors firm or Barristers chambers as a morning or afternoon session. This provides maximum flexibility for busy professionals. Different modules can be joined together to create a course to match the specific needs of the client.
Aim of the Course
The aim of the course is to provide the candidate with an understanding of computer-based evidence in relation to Web Surfing, Internet History and NetAnalysis Reports.
At the end of the course the candidate will be able to explain the relevance of Cookies, the History folder and the Internet Cache. Explain what is an index.dat file, Pop Ups, Redirects and the importance of Email Headers. Examine and interpret NetaAnalysis reports.
This course is an introductory level course aimed at people who have some experience with using the Internet and the Microsoft Windows operating system
The course will cover the following subjects.
- Overview of commonly used web browsers.
- Common Web terms explained.
- Explanation of the following items
Cookies and the Cookie Folder
The History Folder
The Temporary Internet Files Folder (Internet Cache)
- What is an Index.dat file
- Pop Ups and Pop Under advertisements.
- An overview of the NetAnalysis program
- Detailed look at the NetAnalysis Report
Each section of the course will be covered by a PowerPoint presentation followed by a short movie clip to reinforce and highlight the important points.
At the end of the course there will be a short knowledge check to confirm the candidates level of understanding.
Each candidate will receive a detailed guide that covers all aspects of the course that can be used as a reference guide.