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Cyber Forensics level-1 – Training Program

This program was designed in cooperation with Israeli security agencies and on the basis of the requirements of the Israeli Forum for Information Security (IFIS) in the Prime Minister’s Office. The program is aimed to train Forensics experts whom are familiar with different means of deciphering computer events, and whom are able to restore software and hardware failures. Finally, cyber forensics experts are responsible to prevent such events from occurring.

The Forensics tool set is designed to provide means for deciphering computer crime incidents.The use of such tools is usually done in the following cases:

  1. In a legal framework – for the purpose of examining computer systems used by the defendants, or the plaintiffs.
  2. For the purpose of recovering information on media damaged by hardware or software failure.
  3. To understand the processes that exist in the system, in order to improve performance, or to restore a malfunction and ultimately preventing it in the future.
  4. In order to understand the processes that take place in the system at the time of the attack, in order to understand and prevent the attack from reoccurring the future, or to identify the attacker.

The Israeli Forum for Information Security (IFIS) defined the requirements of the profession as follows: a person with up-to-date knowledge and high practical ability in the field of Forensics with the following knowledge and skills:

  1. Knowledge base as of a cyber security practitioner.
  2. Ability to recover information and data.
  3. Ability to decode events.
  4. Basic knowledge in Reverse Engineering.
  5. preservation capability of evidential information.
  6. Knowing the real-time investigation vs. the Ex-Post investigation.
  7. Knowledge of relevant tools and technologies.
  8. Knowledge of the legal aspect.
  9. Knowledge of relevant investigative bodies in Israel and their powers.
  10. Ability to write a final report.
About See-Security

See Security College is a highly specialized and international cyber-security college. Our college is one of seven colleges of its kind in the world and deals with cyber-security exclusively, by using education methodologies
which were designed for state and formal agencies.
The college delivers its study programs worldwide, through the See Security
International brand as well as through wellknown cyber-security agencies dealing with cyber-defence exportation.
See-Security Technologies CEO, Mr. Avi Weissman is one of the leaders in the Israeli Cyber industry, and serves as an advisor and commentator to the Israeli government on the regulation of cyber professions standards.
In addition, Mr. Weissman is the founder of the Israeli Forum for Information Security (IFIS) together with Maj. Gen. (Res.) and former head of National Security Council, Yaakov Amidror. He is also a co-CEO of cyber human resources company, See-HR, cyber security consulting company, See Consulting Cyber and in the international cyber security college, See Security International.

Target Audience

The program requires knowledge in system and networking aspects (Operating systems, networking and ideally initial acquaintance with cyber defense tools) and is not suitable for beginners. BSC\BA grad\post in the field of Computer Science, Software\ Hardware Engineering may also apply.

Specification List

Date January, 24th 2018
Tuition Fees 9,800 NIS (including registration fees and tax).
Program Duration 2 Months
Academic hours 48 hours
Program Format The course will be held twice a week, in the evenings. There will be 48 hours of in-class lectures (2 months), and 80 homework assignments. Lectures are held at See-Security College in Ramat-Gan. The program opens about three times a year
Certifications Students who will meet the pedagogic requirements of the program will be awarded by See-Security College as: Cyber Security Forensics Professional level-1
Entry Requirements Knowledge of English. | Basic knowledge in Computers. | Graduation from high-school | Readability to invest in self-guided homework assignments (for a total of 220 practice hours). | Successfully passing an admission interview.
After Graduating – What Comes Next? Knowledge of English.| Previous background in managing Windows (MCSA) or Linux networks. | Knowledge of communication protocols and the TCP / IP model and the WEB world. OR BSC\BA grad\post in the field of Computer Science, Software\ Hardware Engineering or other fields
Homework Assignments 80 Hours
Pedagogical Requirements

Attendance in at least 80% of lectures.
At the end of every module, there will be an examination and/or an assignment. Students must obtain an average of at least 70%. There
is a possibility to take a make-up exam.
In technical modules –”hands-on” practice in
class and at home (using computer labs).

Program Format

The course will be held twice a week, in the evenings. There will be 48 hours of in-class lectures (2 months), and 80 homework assignments. Lectures are held at See-Security College in Ramat-Gan. The program opens about three times a year

Academic Faculty

Mr. Oren Elimelech, is a CISM and CISSP certified cybersecurity counsellor. He gained his training from See Security college. Mr. Elimelech is a senior lecturer of the Forensics Program and has more than 20 years of experience in consulting, project support and integration in cyberspace. He is also a certified cyber investigations expert and a senior lecturer for public and private bodies in Israel and abroad. He is also a certified cyber investigations expert and a senior lecturer for public and private bodies in Israel and abroad.

Certifications

Students who will meet the pedagogic requirements of the program will be awarded by See-Security College as:

Cyber Security Forensics Professional level-1

Students who fail to meet the course requirements are encouraged to re-take the entire course, or part of it, without any additional costs.

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