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  • Training Objectives

    The participants will be exposed to the scientific examination and analysis of data from computer storage media for the purpose of presentation in a court of law. The training program includes the presentation of case studies and demonstration.

    The course will cover computer crime, and computer forensics techniques which are used to obtain evidence that are acceptable in the court of law. Theory and hands-on will be covered in the training. Throughout the course, the evidential integrity and continuity is stressed out along with the need to have proper records of all actions taken.

  • Who Should Attend

    1. Criminal Prosecutors
    2. Civil Litigation
    3. Financial Institutions
    4. Corporations
    5. Insurance Companies
    6. Law Enforcement Officials

    • Prerequisites

Participants are required to have a basic knowledge in computer.

    • Training Contents

Below are the topics that will be discussed in the training:

Identifying Computer Crime
To understand different categories of computer crimes, computer related crimes and computer misuse, and how computer and electronics evidence play a major role in most investigations.

What is Computer Forensics and its Challenges
To understand further about computer forensics and its challenges towards new and rapid technology growth. The challenge will become more complex due to the fact that the current and future improved and advanced lifestyles will contribute to more sophisticated and obscure techniques in committing crimes.

Investigations Rules & Policies
To have better understanding on the goals, rules and procedures involved in conducting computer forensic investigation.

Crime Scene Analysis
To prepare the computer forensic investigators with procedures prior to conducting crime scene analysis.

Evidence Seizure
To present the method of seizing the evidence at crime scene and handling the evidence.

Evidence Analysis
To enable participants to understand the processes involved in conducting analysis on evidences based on identifying contents relevant to the case without compromising the integrity of the original information.

The above content is subject to change

Tentative Dates:

Month Computer Forensics
Mar 2003 6
Jun 2003 19
Sep 2003 11

Monday - Thursday, 9.00am - 5.00pm
Morning sessions run from 9.00am until 1.00pm.
Afternoon sessions run from 2.00pm until 5.00pm

    • Venue:
      MIMOS Bhd, Technology Park Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur

The standard charge for this training is RM599 per participant. However, the following groups/organizations are entitled discount as shown below:

Categories of Organizations Discount Rates
1) Corporate - 10% off for a group of 4 - 7 people
- 15% off for a group of 8 or more people
2) Government - 10% off for a group of 1 - 3 people
- 20% off for a group of 4 - 7 people
- 25% off for a group of 8 or more people
3) Non-profit Organization - 5% off for a group of 1 - 3 people
- 20% off for a group of 4 - 7 people
- 30% off for a group of 8 or more people
4) Students - 20% off for a group of 1 - 3 people
- 30% off for a group of 4 - 7 people
- 35% off for a group of 8 or more people
5) Groups other than the above categories - 10% off for a group of 4 - 7 people
- 15% off for a group of 8 or more people

All payments should be made at least one (1) week prior to the training. All payments should be payable to MIMOS Berhad, by postal order or cheque. All rates are in Ringgit Malaysia (RM).

(NOTE: Tea breaks and Lunch will be provided)

    • How To Register?
      • Email Registration:
        send email to with Subject: Introduction to Computer Forensics
      • Fax Registration:
        Get the registration form by clicking here. Save the page to your computer and fill in the form. Our fax number is (6)
      • Online Registration:
        Will be available soon.

    • Contact Details

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Last Update Jan 21, 2003