This course introduces and explores the fundamentals of digital data which underpins all digital evidence. The course aims to help delegates understand how bits and bytes are used by digital systems to represent numeric, textual and other data structures. This knowledge will help to form a strong foundation upon which further Digital Forensics knowledge and understanding can be built.
Who should attend?
The course is ideal for those who are new to the industry and want to ensure that they have a good foundation on which to lay further learning. The course will also be of interest for more experienced analysts and investigators who want to refresh or enhance their understanding of the fundamentals of data, especially if they intend to undertake work involving reverse engineering data structure.
- understand the relationships (and be able to convert between) Binary, Hexadecimal and Decimal
- understand how numerical values can be represented in hex
- understand how text data can be represented in hex
- understand the concept of “endianness”
- gain an awareness of common data structures found in binary data
21st September 2017
CCL’s Training Academy in Stratford-upon-Avon, we can also provide on-site training for groups
£595 + VAT
How to book
Booking for this course will be done directly through the CCL Training Academy.
Places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis and we reserve the right to cancel this course if we do not secure a minimum number of delegates.
*Discounts are available for the Police and Law Enforcement agencies.