How digital data is stored, secured and retrieved is particularly important during investigations and when gathering evidence. A poor investigation could result in damages against your firm, fines by regulators or even criminal prosecution.
This course will help build your understanding of digital data and how digital forensics and eDiscovery technologies can be used to assist compliance investigations.
You will study this course in your own time and at your own pace, and you have 1 month to complete it.
- Understand digital forensics and electronic disclosure
- Discuss practical uses of technology in these areas, with a particular focus on relevance for compliance investigations
- Outline the processes and technology behind electronic disclosure
- Evaluate why digital data and how it is collected is important
- Understand what metadata is and its importance
This short course has been designed for:
- Compliance and AML professionals who conduct investigations using digital data
- Investigators needing an introduction to the role of digital forensic practices and how these can aid investigations
- Anyone looking to understand or refresh their knowledge of the role of digital data in investigations and how digital forensic techniques can be maximised
At the end of this course your understanding will be tested with a quiz and you will be awarded a certificate of completion once the course is complete.
Whilst the GTA facilitates the training for ICA qualifications, you need to enrol online directly with the ICA. Scroll down when you reach this page and enter Guernsey when it asks ‘Where are you based?’ You can then follow the process to enrol.