Thanks to the rapidly changing landscape of mobile technologies, more and more businesses offering their services on the mobile. The demand for mobile forensics is likely to be driven further by factors like the increasing affordability of smartphones, massive use of the IoT devices and mobile cloud computing.
Even with advanced security, one sees security breach from time-to-time. In order to figure out the trigger behind such a breach, one needs scientific and logical investigative effort. Star Mobile Forensic and Advance Security – SMFAS is one such course that details out the intricacies of forensic investigative techniques for mobile OSs to better their defence against commons threats and attacks. The course helps learners acquire skills like deploying techniques to track hackers, identifying the source of attack, recovering stolen data and much more.
Mobile device forensics is best known for its application to law enforcement investigations, but it is also useful for military intelligence, corporate investigations, private investigations, criminal and civil defense, and electronic discovery.
Beginner - Intermediate
Ethical Hacking Expert, Digital Forensics Investigators, Information Security Professionals, Risk Assessments Professionals, Mobile Developers, anyone who deals with implementation, testing, security hardening of mobile devices.
In this course, you will learn about:
After competing this course, you will be able to:
|Exam Codes||SMFAS S09-012 (Academy customers use the same codes)|
|Launch Date||Jul 01 2017|
|Exam Description||Mobile devices can be used to save several types of personal information such as contacts, photos, calendars and notes, SMS and MMS messages. Smartphones may additionally contain video, email, web browsing information, location information, and social networking messages and contacts. Mobile devices are often a key factor in criminal cases, intrusions, IP theft, security threats, and more. This course help to Understanding how to leverage the data from the device in a correct manner can make or break your case and your future as an expert. Mobile device forensics is best known for its application to law enforcement investigations, but it is also useful for military intelligence, corporate investigations, private investigations, criminal and civil defense, and electronic discovery.|
|Number of Questions||90|
|Type of Questions||MULTIPLE CHOICE|
|Length of Test||180 Minutes|
|Recommended Experience||EHE (Ethical Hacking Expert), SFICH (Star Forensic investigator in Computer Hacking), SPTE (Star Penetration tester Expert), Digital Forensics investigators, information security professionals, risk assessments Professionals, Mobile Developers, anyone who deals with implementation, testing, security hardening of mobile devices, Tele communication Security department|