Build on knowledge from the three day wifi course, focusing on understanding more complex data sets and functionality.
To develop further the understanding and skills of learners in relation to wifi forensic analysis.
On successful completion of this course learners will be able to:
- understand wifi radio modulation, QAM and OFDMA
- understand DHCP data and advanced interpretation of router logs
- describe firewall rules and remote access
- identify advanced services, port numbers, port forwarding, bitcoin and peer to peer usage, and their location within the GUI
- conduct wifi RF Survey and router examination of a multiple AP network
- demonstrate log file interpretation by successful completion of a practical scenario
- explain 802.11 how beamforming is created, its practical application and the functionality of MIMO
- describe wifi repeater AP and network topology
- conduct statement writing specific to wifi RF surveys in accordance with current survey report standards
- understand wifi active scanning, interaction of devices with AP and management frames
- explain the risk of carrying out active wifi scanning
Methods of delivery
The course is trainer-led and classroom-based and includes many practical exercises. It is delivered to a maximum of 10 delegates.
Officers and staff undertaking the role of digital media investigator within a dedicated unit or who have responsibilities for digital media investigation as part of their role.
Certain elements are included within this training course to assist with future ISO 17020 compliance should that be necessary.