Computer Forensics Training Word Count: 333 Summary: Computer forensics is the investigation and analysis of a crime using a computer to help solve the case. Computer forensics is used to investigate crimes with high tech programs. Computer forensics can also be used to prepare digital data suitable for inclusion in a criminal investigation. Keywords: Computer Training, Computer Internet Training, Computer Graphic Training, Computer Forensics Training Article Body: Computer forensics is the investigation and analysis of a crime using a computer to help solve the case. Computer forensics is used to investigate crimes with high tech programs. Computer forensics can also be used to prepare digital data suitable for inclusion in a criminal investigation. A wide variety of methods are used to discover data hidden in a computer system. Specialists are sometimes used to help recover deleted, encrypted or damaged file information. Any or all evidence obtained can be used for discovery, depositions or actual litigation. People who are specialized in computer forensics are sometimes referred to as a CCE or a Certified Computer Examiner. Computer forensic training involves a training program with online exams. Most computer forensic courses equip a student with a full range of computer forensics skills. Students learn to build digital forensics toolkits. They also develop skills to track an offender on the Internet, define proper evidence handling procedures and learn how to work with law enforcement agencies. The students learn to apply proven investigative strategies and are finally awarded their CCE certifications. Computer forensic training programs cover issues like networks and protocols and the architecture of operating systems. They also include crime analysis and crime scene management and courtroom/expert witness skills. Computer forensic training also educates cyber crime investigators in techniques of computer forensic investigations. Students are eligible for a Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator Certification or CHFI. Government agencies and private sector companies have seen an increased demand for computer forensics in the last decade. Computer based evidence is often used in cases where incriminating documents are likely to be found on a computer like financial fraud and child pornography. Civil cases make use of business and personal records found on computer systems for fraud, divorce, discrimination and harassment cases. In order to keep pace with the ever-changing technology and advances, course materials for computer forensic training are constantly upgraded to keep candidates updated on the latest techniques and skills in the field of forensics.