This course covers the law of fraud, crime, policy, contracts, liability, IT security and active
defense—all with a focus on electronically stored and transmitted records. It also teaches
investigators how to prepare credible, defensible reports, whether for cyber crimes, forensics,
incident response, human resource issues or other investigations.
Each successive day of this five-day course builds upon lessons from the earlier days in order to
comprehensively strengthen your ability to help your enterprise (public or private sector) cope
with illegal hackers, botnets, malware, phishing, unruly vendors, data leakage, industrial spies,
rogue or uncooperative employees, or bad publicity connected with IT security.
Recent updates to the course address hot topics such as legal tips on confiscating and
interrogating mobile devices, the retention of business records connected with cloud computing
and social networks like Facebook and Twitter, and analysis and response to the risks and
opportunities surrounding open-source intelligence gathering


SECTION 1: Fundamentals of Data Security Law and Policy

SECTION 2: E-Records, E-Discovery and Business Law

SECTION 3: Contracting for Data Security and Other Technology

SECTION 4: The Law of Data Compliance: How to Conduct Investigations

SECTION 5: Applying Law to Emerging Dangers: Cyber Defense

LEG523: Law of Data Security and Investigations

ادامه مطلب

Digital Forensics is defined as the process of preservation, identification, extraction, and documentation of computer evidence which can be used by the court of law. It is a science of finding evidence from digital media like a computer, mobile phone, server, or network. A digital forensic analyst exploits digital evidence and investigates computer security incidents to derive useful information in support of system/network vulnerability mitigation.


Setting up a Forensic Workstation

Enumerating the Network Infrastructure as a Forensics Analyst

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Digital forensics is now back in focus with the rapid increase in cybercrimes. In this course, Digital Forensics: Getting Started, you’ll learn the skills required to conduct a digital forensics investigation from acquisition to the analysis phase. First, you’ll discover the process of hypothesis testing by applying forensic science techniques to digital forensics. Next, you’ll explore how to overcome the challenges of digital evidence by using evidence integrity methods such as write blockers and verifying hashes. Finally, you’ll learn how to examine the Windows Registry files and create a timeline of events for your case. When you’re finished with this course, you’ll have a foundational understanding of the digital forensics domain that will help you conduct successful cybercrime investigations.


Course Overview
Current State of Digital Forensics
Applying Forensic Science to Digital Forensics
Understanding the Role of Digital Evidence
Investigating a Cybercrime
Case Study: Digital Forensics Investigation

Pluralsight – Digital Forensics Foundations

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This path will cover the essential tasks of web application pen testing, walking through each phase of the methodology as if you are shadowing a live application pen test. The scenario will cover testing through an application, discovering and exploiting vulnerabilities found. In addition, there are many vulnerabilities that a web app pen tester should be able to identify and test for. Don’t miss the specialized courses covering a deep-dive into each of these types of vulnerabilities.


Web App Pen Testing: Reconnaissance

Specialized Testing: Sessions and Tokens

Web App Pen Testing: MappingSpecialized Testing: XSS

Specialized Testing: SQL InjectionSpecialized Testing: CSRF

Specialized Testing: DeserializationSpecialized Testing: API Testing

Specialized Testing: Command Injection

Pluralsight – Web App Pen Testing

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This series provides the foundational knowledge needed to ethically and effectively discover and exploit vulnerabilities in systems by assuming both the mindset and toolset of an attacker. Through learning how systems are attacked you will gain an understanding of how best to protect systems and improve your organization’s security


Understanding Ethical Hacking


Scanning Networks


Vulnerability Analysis

System Hacking

Malware Threats


Social Engineering

Denial of Service

Session Hijacking

Evading IDS, Firewalls, and Honeypots

Hacking Web Servers

Hacking Web Applications

SQL Injection

Hacking Wireless Networks

Hacking Mobile Platforms

Hacking the Internet of Things (IoT)

Cloud Computing


Penetration Testing

Pluralsight: Ethical Hacking Fundamentals

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