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Module 3 - Cybercrime Investigation



  • The cybercrime incident - current situation and introduction 
  • Purpose of cybercrime investigations
  • First necessary steps
  • Framework conditions surrounding the investigation
  • Carrying out the investigation - methodology
  • Gathering and backing up of initial information as a basis for decision-making
  • Investigation preparation
  • Carrying out an investigation
  • Guidelines for carrying out an investigation correctly and successfully
  • Guidelines for assessing the usability of the investigation results
  • Evaluating the investigation results
  • Producing a report
  • Archiving and follow-up
  • Internal and external communication

Learning Target

The learner should understand how to approach a "digital" crime scene: How should and can evidence be preserved without putting limitations on the investigation and criminal prosecution process? He/she will learn how to formulate useful initial hypotheses, which he/she will need for the subsequent investigation. He/she will be able to determine an appropriate scope for his/her investigation and define necessary measures and measures to be undertaken in collaboration with internal and external assisting parties. He/she will also learn about different investigative methods which differ from and complement those used in the course of a public prosecutor's investigation.

Target Audience

The certificated course of study is ideal for individuals working in the following fields, who wish to become more professional in their investigation of cybercrime (economic cybercrime).

  • Fighting economic crime
  • Corporate security
  • IT security
  • Internal auditors
  • Internal investigators
  • Members of the police or armed forces



Customised Programmes

Everything we offer in our range of open seminars can be packaged and delivered as tailormade in-house training programmes for companies and organisations. We will be happy to advise you and create an individual offer on request.

Price advantage of 10% from the 2nd participant per company and seminar date.