Forensic Informatics forms the basis of the internet-based communication world. Forensic Informatics covers many different concepts from information security to operational security to computer systems security. Forensics also means different things to different target audiences. For individuals, this concept means feeling safe and protecting personal data and privacy. For organizations, forensics means ensuring that business-critical functions are available and confidential data is protected through operational and information security. For governments, it means protecting citizens, institutions, critical infrastructure, and government computer systems from attacks or theft of data. Although definitions differ, forensics refers to common activities and resources that enable individuals, institutions, and governments to achieve their computing goals in a secure, private, and reliable manner.

Process and Achievement
The Unknown Dark Side of the Internet,
Operayson Processes, Malware (Malicious) Software,
Image Acquisition,
Data Processing Technologies
Data Analysis Fundamentals,
Persons related to Cyber Security,
The training caters to a wide audience, from simple internet users to professional security experts.

Who should take it?
TAF members
police officers
Computer Engineers
Forensic Engineers
Software Engineers
Electrical and Electronics Engineers
Computer Technicians
Experts who want to act as experts in this field
Lawyers and Lawyers
IT Managers and Employees
People who want to improve themselves in the IT World

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