What is Nuix?
At the heart of many of the world’s most critical issues lies the need to investigate digital information. Terrorists, state-sponsored hackers, organised crime gangs, paedophiles, white-collar criminals and good old-fashioned thugs are using technology in smarter, sneakier and more aggressive ways. Regardless of the size, scope or nature of the situation, dealing with these issues requires timely answers to the basic questions: who, what, where, why, when and how.
The Nuix Engine makes it possible to gather all available evidence together and process it with speed and reliability far exceeding that of traditional forensics tools. Our content-based forensic triage methodology enables investigators to quickly zero in on the most relevant evidence and our Investigator Lab product makes it possible to conduct truly collaborative investigations.
Nuix’s advanced digital investigation tools were designed by investigators for investigators. This digital forensics software is engineered to triage, process, analyse and bring to the surface critical facts across vast amounts of evidence. This software helps streamline a complex and long task, ensuring you get the results you need faster.
This three-day classroom based training course is designed to take an examiner new to the Nuix Investigator tool through techniques in creating cases, processing file data and analysing evidence more efficiently. Delegates will learn how to create an investigations case and review processing options for ingesting different formats of unstructured data and forensic images.
To obtain the maximum benefit of this class, you should be able to perform basic operations on a personal computer, be familiar with the Microsoft Windows environment and have 6 months’ experience in forensic examinations.
Who should attend?
High Tech Crime Units, Forensic Analysts and Investigators
- review Nuix configuration options
- install and configure Nuix Investigator
- review case creation options and Mime type settings
- define metadata profiles and filtering functionality
- recognise menu functions and data viewing options
- analyse Microsoft Office objects, graphic files, web cache and common Windows artifacts
- perform basic and advanced searches across file data and Nuix metadata extractions
- describe the Named Entity and Near Duplicate functionality
- Nuix visual analytics to perform various functions relating to what, where, when, and who
- review Nuix scripting capabilities and build basic scripts to use against case data
- explore Nuix export options and reporting capabilities
9th – 11th May 2017
CCL Training Academy- Stratford Upon Avon
£1643 + VAT (per person)
How to book
Booking for this course will be done directly through the CCL Training Academy.
Places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis and we reserve the right to cancel this course if we do not secure a minimum number of delegates.