File Allocation and Tracking in FAT32
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Most major forensic software suites will reassemble fragmented files with ease. However, there may be the occasion when an important file cannot be reassembled automatically and requires manual reassembly. Digital forensic practitioners must have a fundamental understanding of the fragmentation process in various file systems and how to reassemble a fragmented file.
In this course you will review an instructional presentation and engage in a hands-on lab exercise to help you understand how data are allocated and tracked on FAT32 file systems.
This course includes the following one (1) module: 1) File Allocation and Tracking in FAT32
Audience or Who Should Take This Course
Cybersecurity professional who wish to learn about file allocation and tracking through a hands-on virtual lab environment.
No prerequisite knowledge is required, although an understanding of security concepts and principles is recommended.
How This Course Works
This course is a two-hour lab PDI offering. Throughout this course, learners experience the following activities:
- • Audio guided presentation
- • Knowledge Checks
- • Lab exercise
- • Final assessment
Course content is intended to be accessed in order and is sequenced to enhance learning. Unless otherwise noted, learners should navigate the content by first reading, listening, or watching content, then answering the knowledge check questions to ensure understanding. A final assessment will be available once all content has been accessed.
CPE credits earned for this course may be eligible for continuing professional education credits for non-(ISC)² certifications. Please visit the continuing education requirements established by the credentialing organization for eligibility.
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