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Short Term Course : Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology, Bhopal

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In information security, a threat is a possible danger
that might exploit a vulnerability to breach security
and therefore cause possible harm. Spoofing,
tampering, repudiation, denial of service and
elevation of privilege are common type of threats
faced by web applications. Forensic analysis is use of
tool and technique to identify the true root cause of a
security breach.
The objective of this proposed training program is to
identify Information Security threats, risks,
vulnerabilities and further to explore the concept of
Digital Forensics such as Identification, Analysis and
Preservation of Digital Evidence. This training
program will be helpful for participants to conduct
hands-on related to Information Security and Digital
Forensics area.
The proposed training program will cover the basic
and advance topics in the area of Information security
and Forensics such as Cyber-attacks, Hiding
cybercrime in cyber space, Image Security, Forensic
Examination of Digital Evidence, Threat Intelligence
for Cyber Forensics, Investigation through Data
mining Techniques, Mobile Security, Cloud Forensics,
and Legal Issues with Information security and
Forensics.

Details

Subject :
Information Security & Digital Forensics (ISDF 2018) (Under ISEA-II)
Start :
16-Apr-2018
End :
16-Apr-2018
Venue :
Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology, Bhopal
Registration Status :
1

Workshop / Event co-ordinator Detail

Name :
Dr. R. K. Pateriya Dr. Vasudev Dehalwar Dr. Deepak Singh Tomar
Mobile :
9425027381
Email :
deepaktomarmanit@manit.ac.in

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