- File System Analysis
- Basic Computer Forensic Examiner
- Live System Analyst
- Network Forensic Analyst
- Field Forensic Previewer
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Corporate Education Programs
Cyberology Consultants offers a variety of IT security and investigation programs to educate your staff. Additionally, we offer a variety of EAP education programs as a way for your organization to give back to your staff.
Computer Security Awareness Training
Computer Security Awareness: One of the weakest computer security links for any organization is the employee who is unaware of sound computer security practices. Cyberology Consultants work with your organization to customize and present computer security awareness training centered on the principles defined in your organization’s computer usage and security policy. Our unique approach teaches your employees sound safety practices for computer usage in such a way that they are engaged and involved in the process. The skills taught will also help employees protect their home systems and introduce them to the concept of Internet dangers for their families.
Corporate Education Programs
Understanding Technology for Corporate Investigations
Today’s corporate environment necessitates the protection of company assets for the health and success of the organization. To that end, physical and intellectual assets must be protected, and internal crime investigated and eliminated. Responsibility for internal investigations always falls to several departments within the corporation: the security department, human resources, the legal staff, and the IT staff. Moreover, nearly every type of investigation involves a technology component, typically the corporate computer network. The non-technical divisions of the corporation need to have a basic understanding of computer network technology to adequately perform their role in the investigative process. This one-day course is designed to provide that understanding, specifically covering the following topics:
- Introduction to Computer Network Technology and Data Storage
- Introduction to Computer Network Communications
- Using Technology Proactively – Preventing the Need for Investigations
- Using Technology Re-actively – Responding to, and Investigating Incidents
- Electronic Evidence Sources, Collection, and Preservation
- The Role of Computer Forensics in the Corporate Environment
- Collecting and Analyzing Network Communications
- Intended Audience: Physical Security Management and Security Personnel / Human Resources / Corporate Legal Staff
Internet Safety Programs
Internet and Technology Safety – A Guide for Parents, Faculty, or Students
The proliferation and rapid advances in technology, have made 21st Century parenting an extremely difficult task. The days when parents and caregivers need only worry about their children when they left the home, are long gone. Today’s Internet connected child faces greater dangers in their own bedroom from by being connected to the global online element. Access to undesirable people and dangerous online material is prevalent and extremely difficult to monitor. This is exacerbated by the fact that most kids are more proficient and comfortable with technology than their parents. Consequently, parents and caregivers need to educate themselves on the danger today’s children face and the psychological repercussions from this constantly connected online world.
In an effort to educate and empower parents and caregivers to keep a better watch over their children, Internet and Technology Safety – A Parents Road Map to Protecting Their Children. During this 60-90-minute presentation, parents and caregivers will learn of the following danger areas:
- Online Sexual Predators
- Access to Pornography – Intentional and Unintentional
- Bullying / Online Aggression (Cyber Bullying)
- Dangers of Posting Personal Data and Online Stalking
- Online Addictions
- Sexting (Self Produced Promiscuous Photos)
- Irresponsible Technology Usage
- Psychological Fallout From Inappropriate Usage and Exposure
After being made aware of the dangers, parents and caregivers will learn the tools to fight back:
- Technology Monitoring Options – Keeping an Eye On Your Child’s Online Activity
- Dealing With Psychological Repercussions of Exposure and Constant Connectedness
- Techniques for Communicating With Children About Technology Dangers
- What To Do If You Have an Incident
- Dealing With Bullying
A Student Version of this Program is Available for All Ages.
Recent events at Rutgers and Duke Universities (as well as countless other universities) have highlighted the damaging effects of over exposure and invasion of privacy through Internet Technologies. As I am sure most Universities are aware, these cases, and the hundreds that go unreported, have catastrophic effects on all those involved. Moreover, the damage to University reputation is immeasurable. Today’s University can take a proactive step toward avoiding such an incident by educating its faculty and student body. Our consultants are experts in the area where psychology and technology intersect. This presentation can go a long way in protecting your students and the university from the impact of Internet abuse incidents.