The face-to-face training course on âCyber Network Defense and Cyber Lawâ will be conducted from 16-20 December 2019, at ALTTC Ghaziabad, India. This training is organized jointly by the International Telecommunication Union and Advanced Level Telecom Training Centre (ALTTC) as part of the Cyber Security training programme under the auspices of the ITU Centre of Excellence for Asia-Pacific region.
This training aims to introduce participants to problem of information security in telecommunications systems, analysis of the main threats, new information security technology, security policy as well as share with them the experience of Information and Communication Channels protection
The purpose of this training course is to provide the participants with an advanced skills, tools and techniques concerning computer and digital forensics using lecture and hands-on labs. Among different topics related to digital forensics, the following subjects will be covered: - Develop an investigative process for the digital forensic investigation - Familiarity with the use of the most popular investigative tools. - Ability to respond to digital crime and to protect the crime scene. - Learn how to collect and analyze digital data directory, operating and storage systems.
The escalation in the use of connected devices is giving rise to cybercrime and the frequency of traditional street crimes perpetrated through Internet-connected devices are on the increase. These connected technologies are generating big data and digital evidence which is growing in both volume and importance in criminal and civil courts, as such Judicial officers, Legal practitioners, Legislative aids, Investigators and Prosecutors need to fairly and justly evaluate the merits of the offered evidence.
The cyber threat landscape has changed drastically with new and emerging technologies. Cyber criminals have become very sophisticated in their deeds. Organisations should therefore make a priority decision on how to best defend their valuable data assets. Risk management should be the foundational tool used to facilitate thoughtful and purposeful defense strategies.
Potentially vulnerable users of mobile services are children. Governments need to have appropriate legislation in place, nationally approved content for awareness creation. Teachers, Parents/Guardians, children, judicial officers, legal practitioners, investigators, prosecutors, social workers and the law enforcement must be equipped and empowered to investigate all aspects of online child sexual abuse (from grooming to the sharing of child sexual abuse content), and national hotlines for reporting child sexual abuse discovered online must be in place.
The course will introduce participants to the introductory aspects of cybercrime and cyberlaws, legal system of IT, cybersecurity and cyber forensic investigation
Participants will understand the different steps and processes of cybercrime investigation. They will know how to assess and verify the accuracy and reliability of publicly available information using the tools and techniques of identifying misinformation, disinformation, and fake news.
The hands-on training course on Incident Response Practice will be delivered by two prominent field experts and focus on practical skills to handle and respond to the computer security incidents. All teaching material is based on illustrative real-life cases experienced by trainers or their customers. Several different incident handling cases will be simulated to students with a focus on: incident detection and description; information gathering; analysis tools and techniques; incident handling phases by using RTIR (or related) tool.
El objetivo principal de este Programa es la formación de funcionarios del sector público de los países de América Latina en lo que se refiere al funcionamiento y la regulación de Internet y de las Tecnologías de la Información y la Comunicación a partir de una perspectiva regional.
Cette formation vise à donner des compétences approfondies aux participants afin de maitriser les risques liés aux services électroniques dâInternet et de Mobile Banking et dâidentifier les solutions techniques adéquates pour remédier à ces risques.