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Certified Linux Forensic Practitioner (CLFP)

Specialist - level course
This specialist-level course is for experienced forensic investigators who want to acquire the knowledge and skills to navigate, identify, capture and examine data from Linux-based systems.  You will develop knowledge and skills to identify, collect, analyse and interpret data from Linux systems. 

How will I benefit?

On this course, you will:

  • Develop confidence when ​faced with a Linux system  
  • Learn effective techniques to identify and collect data from a Linux environment
  • Understand the data structures associated with the ‘ext’ file systems 
  • Develop knowledge and skills to examine and process data from a Linux system
  • Improve your ability to respond effectively to a wider range of forensic incidents

 

"Paul [Cain] was spot on with his explanations and course content. I was very impressed with it all and thoroughly enjoyed the course."

C. Spinks

“Very good course, well paced and provided a good understanding of the Linux platform and analysis.”

CLFP Delegate

Huron Consulting 

 

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  • What will I learn?
    • Upon completion of the course you will have used a Linux System to:

      • Become familiar with both Linux GUI and command line environments
      • Demonstrate how Linux can be used for forensic imaging
      • Capture RAM and basic volatile data from a live Linux system (Note: this doesn’t include network discovery or traffic capture)

      You will have used Windows based forensic software to:

      • Examine ext3 and ext4 file system structures
      • Identify core system information
      • Explore system log files for artefacts including; boots, logins and device connection
      • Examine user artefacts including; recent activity, thumbnails and printing
  • Who should attend?
    Forensic practitioners, systems administrators and cyber investigators who want to extend their experience from Windows-based systems to the Linux environment.

For more information on this course, please email the Education team or contact us on +44(0)1763 285285

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