JEDDAH: Naif Arab University for Security Sciences has started a training program to train cybercrime and digital evidence professionals.
Through the two-track program, NAUSS aims to instil the latest methods of detecting cyber crimes and collecting digital evidence through following technical and legal rules and procedures, before submitting cases to the judicial authorities.
The first track, to prepare cybercrime investigation specialists, will continue until June 14. This training course enables the trainees to identify, collect, examine and preserve evidence, using reliable and standardized investigation methods.
The second track, which will continue until June 22, qualifies trainees to become cyber-incident response specialists, who can handle, analyze and respond to cybersecurity-related incidents. The course will be executed through the cybercrime and digital evidence center at NAUSS, where practical applications will be implemented in its specialized laboratories, equipped with the latest technology. The training course will also feature study of real cases, and workshops.