Q1) What is Certified Virtualization Forensics Examiner (C)VFE)?
Certified Virtualization Forensics Examiner (C)VFE) A lab-centered course that uses practical approaches to relay methods of forensically examining relevant components of virtual infrastructures for use cases.
Q2) What are we covering in Certified Virtualization Forensics Examiner (C)VFE)?
This course attempts to meld together two different, immensely challenging facets that today’s IT security professionals face: incidence response and virtualization. Forensics lies at the core of incidence response, and the training in this course centers around the gathering of evidence related to an incident within the common virtual environments of today by means of the questions of what, when, where, who, and why. Furthermore, the course also focuses on visual infrastructure, and provides clear contrasts between the range of various virtual entities and their physical counterparts, hence allowing for straightforward demonstrations of the relevant differences between the virtual and physical environments.
This course is centered around lab work and uses a scenario-based approach, hence demonstrating the method of forensically examining all relevant components of a virtual infrastructure for specific use cases. This course also prepares the students for the C)VFE Exam.
Q3) What is the salary for a Virtualization Desktop Engineer averages?
The salary for a Virtualization Desktop Engineer averages $63,383 per annum.
Q4) What are the main objectives of this course?
Upon the completion of this course, students will be able to:
- Establish direct evidence of a crime
- Ascribe evidence to specific suspects
- Determine (or negate) suspect alibis and suspect statements
- Determine (or negate) suspect intent
- Establish sources and authenticate documents
Q5) Who can take this course?
This course is intended for:
- Virtual infrastructure specialists (architects, engineers, administrators)
- Forensic investigators
- Digital & Network Forensic Engineers
- IS & IT managers
- Network Auditors
Q6) What are the Prerequisites?
Must have a Digital or Computer Forensics Certification or equivalent knowledge
Q7) What is the suggested prerequisite course?
Virtualization Technologies Introduction
Q8) what major topics are we covering in this course?
- Digital Forensics – the what, where, when, how and why
- Virtual Infrastructure
- Forensic Investigation Process
- Identifying direct evidence of a crime
- Attributing Evidence to Specific Requests
- Confirming (or negating) suspect alibis
- Confirming (or negating) suspect statements
- Determining (or negating) suspect intent
- Identifying sources
Q9) What is the difficulty level of this course?
The difficulty level is Intermediate
Q10) What type of question will be there in the examination?
There will be multiple choice question
Q11) How many questions will be there in the examination?
There will be 100 questions in the examination
You will be given 2 hours to complete the exam
Q13) What really is Digital Forensics?
Digital forensics is a branch of forensic science encompassing the recovery and investigation of material found in digital devices, often in relation to computer crime
Q14) What topics are we covering in Virtual Infrastructure domain?
- Virtual Machines
- Virtual Networks
- Virtual Disks
- Virtual File Systems
- Migration of Virtual Components
Q15) What topics are we covering in Forensic Investigation Process domain?
Physical Infrastructure Best Practices
Practices Equally Applicable Within Virtual Infrastructures
Virtual Infrastructure Best Practices
Practices Unique To Virtual Infrastructures