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Forensic training programs

Forensic training programs

One of the priority areas for the L3CE is training programs which are developed and acquired within the boundaries of competence. The activity involved with training programs combine: needs identification for development of required skills and knowledge; foreign training programs adaptation and preparation for use; self-creation of training programs and their accreditation; education of lecturers. Moreover, L3CE accumulates and publicizes.  

Training programs:

1. Identity theft in cyberspace.  Legal aspects
2. The crime scene investigation in a virtual environment, hidden crime detection and information collection
3. First Responder Training
4. Mobile Phone Forensics

1. Identity theft in cyberspace.  "Legal aspects"

The training program is designed for law enforcement agents who perform investigations of identity theft in cyberspace. Law enforcement agents seeking to successfully investigate identity theft in cyberspace crimes should be familiar with the concept of such crimes, the methods, forms and legal aspects.  

The training program is based on an analysis of the legal and regulatory practices in the European Union and Lithuania and is dedicated to researchers investigating the cases of identity theft. The training courses include the European Union (EU), Lithuania (LT) legislation, EN and EU court procedures, case studies and best practices.

The training program is adapted both for learning in the classroom and remotely.

 2. The crime scene investigation in a virtual environment, hidden crime detection and information collection 

The training program is designed for law enforcement agents who perform criminal investigations of virtual and cloud computing environments.

Law enforcement agents seeking to successfully investigate cybercrimes must know the basic virtual and cloud computing environment operating principles; criminal concealment capabilities; cyber-crime evidence collection techniques in virtual and cloud computing environments. The aim of this training program is to provide knowledge which would help to reduce international cybercrime damage by stopping these crimes in a timely manner. The training program includes an analysis of cyber security vulnerabilities, cybercrime in cloud computing environments; practices applied in the EU and LT, and experience in developing training programs.

 3.First Responder Training

The training program is adapted both for learning in the classroom and remotely.

The training program is adapted by UCD Centre for Cybersecurity & Cybercrime Investigation (Ireland) together with L3C3 and Vilnius County Police.

Training program is suited for officers who investigate or are related with solving ICT use for criminal purposes. The main objective of this program is to equip the participants with knowledge about IT and their abuse, cybercrime evidence collection, and instructions on how to effectively react to the reports on cybercrime. Moreover, the participants will be introduced with seizure and handling of electronic evidence.

 4. Mobile Phone Forensics 

The training program is dedicated to police officers conducting on-site investigations and includes the main principles, theoretical knowledge and practical skills required for mobile phone forensics.

Training course is dedicated to Lithuanian LEAs, L3C3, academia, and business community.

This course provides a basic knowledge for gathering evidence from mobile phones. The course consists of such topics: electronic objects seizure and handling; difficulties in gathering evidence; components for mobile devices; standard operating procedures; practical skills application using evidence collection software and hardware. During the course the focus is on methods and techniques to address the real problems of criminal investigation.

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