Rocheston Certified Cybercrime Investigator (RCCI)

At its current rate of expansion, cybercrime is expected to be valued in excess of USD 411 billion, in a few years. In simpler terms, cybercrime is expected to become a bigger problem. Due to the trans-geographical profile of cybercrime events, there will be an acute need for a professional standard and set of best practices/methodologies to consolidate law enforcement efforts. There will be a corresponding need to agree upon a set of conventions to neutralize cyber threats from disparate locations, across legal jurisdictions.

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Course Description:

The RCCI course from Rocheston is designed to provide you with the skills necessary to establish yourself as a cybercrime investigator. Cybercrime is on the rise, and there is a dearth of certified and skilled professionals who strive to stay on top of security protocol and developments, both in organizations and government. The demand for these niche cybersecurity specialists is expected to skyrocket over the next decade, creating an abundance of opportunities for RCCI-certified individuals. 

The RCCI course is designed and taught in a way that even individuals from a non-technical vocation can understand and grasp its syllabus. From cybersecurity professionals to university students looking to boost up their skill sets, the RCCI course is appropriate for anyone looking to learn about cybercrime investigation methodologies, best practices, and law enforcement theory.

Course Objectives:

The following are a few essential skills for cybercrime investigators:

  • Web programming
  • A functional understanding of web technology
  • Strong awareness of web hacking
  • Proficiency in interviewing suspects
  • Comprehensive knowledge of documentation
  • Knowledge of the dark web
  • Working knowledge of virtual payment systems
  • Understanding of the ISO/IEC 27037 standard
  • Working knowledge of Steganography & Cryptography

  • Target Audience:

    • CEOs, COOs, CFOs, CTOs and CIOs
    • Entrepreneurs
    • Students of cybercrime
    • Students of cyber investigation
    • Students of law enforcement methodology
    • RCCIs can be game-changers both in corporate and other environments.

    What will you learn?

    The following are the skills that the student will pick up upon enrolling for the course:

    • Analyzing and investigating crimes committed using a computer
    • Recovering compromised or damaged data.
    • Collecting evidence and gathering information about systems
    • Preparing case reports
    • Reconstructing crime scenarios
    • Demonstrate a commitment towards continuous education by developing forensic and criminology skills through independent study and research
    • Pinpoint methods for preparation, storage, and presentation of digital evidence
    • Testify in court proceedings if the need may arise
    • Present evidence and case reports in the way that a jury can understand

    Eligibility Criteria:

    • A Bachelor’s degree with one year of professional experience or credentials in computer science, engineering, mathematics, or other information technology-related fields. You will need basic hacking, networking, system administration, and Linux skills.

    Why Choose RCCI?

    The RCCI course from Rocheston is designed to provide you with the skills necessary to establish yourself as a cybercrime investigator. Cybercrime is on the rise, and there is a dearth of certified and skilled professionals who strive to stay on top of security protocol and developments, both in organizations and government. The demand for these niche cybersecurity specialists is expected to skyrocket over the next decade, creating an abundance of opportunities for RCCI-certified individuals.

    The RCCI course is designed and taught in a way that even individuals from a non-technical vocation can understand and grasp its syllabus. From cybersecurity professionals to university students looking to boost up their skill sets, the RCCI course is appropriate for anyone looking to learn about cybercrime investigation methodologies, best practices, and law enforcement theory.

    What will be the Future of an RCCI?

    An ever-growing crime rate in the cybersphere is expected to make RCCIs relevant for a long time to come. With abuses increasing in severity and frequency by the day, a next-generation course for investigating and curbing such issues at the root is the need of the hour. The RCCI will enable the budding cybercrime and security professional to establish a career in law & order, research, or forensics.

    The Major Attacks Technique:

    • DDoS Attacks
    • Cross-site scripting
    • Stolen passwords
    • Logic bombs
    • Phishing
    • Spamming and Email Bombing
    • Web Jacking
    • Cyber Stalking

    What are the functions and duties of a Cybercrime Investigator?

    Within the next few years, there is expected to be an explosion in the demand for cybercrime investigators, as law enforcement is upping the ante in cracking down on cybercrime organizations. The Department of Labor projects a 22% growth in demand for investigators over the course of the next decade. The unique skill set of a cybercrime investigator makes them a different but complementary addition to law enforcement task-forces. The unique challenges in tackling cybercrime make it a difficult nut to crack for traditional law enforcement.

    Some of his/her responsibilities include the following:

    • Analyzing and investigating crimes committed using a computer
    • Recovering compromised or damaged data.
    • Collecting evidence and gathering information about systems
    • Preparing case reports
    • Reconstructing crime scenarios
    • Demonstrate a commitment towards continuous education by developing forensic and criminology skills through independent study and research
    • Pinpoint methods for preparation, storage, and presentation of digital evidence
    • Testify in court proceedings if the need may arise
    • Present evidence and case reports in the way that a jury can understand

    Course Topics:

    • Module 1: Investigation Process, Procedures, and Protocol
    • Module 2: Evidence Procedures and Protocol
    • Module 3: Legalities, Prosecution and Court Procedures
    • Module 4: Skills and Knowledge that a Certified Cybercrime Investigator Will Have
    • Module 5: Cyberforensics Evidence
    • Module 6: Technology and Troubleshooting
    • Module 7: Cybercrime and Mobile Phones
    • Module 8: Cybercrime, Cyberforensics, and eLaw
    • Module 9: Investigating Various Types of Espionage
    • Module 10: Understanding Surveillance (Techniques and Tools)
    • Module 11: Crimes Committed using Technology
    • Module 12: Cracking, Decrypting, and Encrypting
    • Module 13: Investigating System Logs and System So ware
    • Module 14: Investigating Electronic Communication
    • Module 15: Investigating Technology

    Course Highlights

    • Web programming
    • A functional understanding of web technology
    • Strong awareness of web hacking
    • Proficiency in interviewing suspects
    • Knowledge of the dark web
    • Understanding of the ISO/IEC 27037 standard

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