Acquisition of Electronic Evidence (First Responder)

Perpetrators of economic crimes, such as fraud and corruption, leave electronic footprints behind which may be an invaluable source of information for investigators. It is however important to know where to look for this evidence and to ensure that the evidence is obtained in a forensically sound matter in order to be admissible in a subsequent judicial proceedings. The purpose of this course is to enable delegates to be effective 1st responders to an electronic crime scene. Upon completion of the course delegates should be able to acquire and seize electronic evidence lawfully and in a technical correct way. The course will focus on the practical execution of the search and seizure of electronic evidence in various media.

Contact Details

Contact Person: 

Enterprises UP
Course Details

Course Delivery Method: 

In Class In Class

Course Duration: 

3 Days


R 7500.00

Course fee Includes: 

Course material and refreshments