Electronic Evidence
Management Workshop

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Dates: 12 June .
Dates: 26 June .
Participation Fee: 15,000/-,
(Includes meals, training materials and certificate)

Bank Account Details.
(Transnational Bank.)

Kabarak University Online Education (Kshs). # 49235001

Kabarak University Online Education (US Dollars). # 49235002

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511480

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The reality of the information age is having a significant impact on the legal establishment. Law enforcement agencies, prosecutors, lawyers and judges are now facing new challenges in dealing with cyber crimes and computer related offences. Both civil and criminal acts are being committed and the evidence of these activities recorded in electronic form. Evidence can be found in electronic mail systems, on network servers, and on individual employees' computers. Besides, crimes are being committed even in cyberspace.

However, due to the ease with which computer data can be manipulated, if the search and analysis are not performed by a trained electronic evidence specialist, it could likely be thrown out of court. One major area in which this is being felt is that of the acquisition, authentication, evaluation and legal admissibility of information stored on magnetic and other media. This information is thus rightfully referred to as electronic evidence.

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Target Group.

  • Company Secretaries/Legal Officers.
  • Prosecutors.
  • Judges and magistrates.
  • Investigators and law enforcers.
  • Systems Investigators.
  • Risk Managers.
  • Corporate Security Managers.
  • Auditors.
  • IS Security and ICT Managers.
  • Legal practitioners
  • Forensic Managers

Purpose

The Purpose of this workshop is to inculcate technical knowledge to the participants on electronic evidence management.

Objectives.

  • To show the participants why and when the electronic evidence is used.
  • To understand various forms of electronic crime scene management.
  • To demonstrate to the participants data hiding and recovery techniques.
  • To discuss various challenges of electronic evidence.
  • To demonstrate methods of emails and social media investigations.
  • To discuss Kenya’s response to electronic evidence phenomenon.

Program Content.

  • Introduction to electronic evidence.
  • Defining digital forensics and the role of a forensic examiner in relation to electronic evidence.
  • Acquisition and collection of electronic evidence.
  • Computer hardware examination.
  • Electronic evidence in criminal investigations.
  • eCrime Scene Management.
  • Challenges of electronic evidence.
  • Rules of Evidence.
  • Admissibility and authentication of electronic evidence (Case laws).
  • Network basics.
  • Email and social media investigations.
  • Kenya’s response to electronic evidence phenomenon (statutory law).