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"Micro-drone Warfare: Cybersecurity Implications and Countermeasures" is an advanced course designed for digital forensics professionals seeking to understand the cybersecurity challenges posed by the increasing use of micro-drones in modern warfare. The course provides an in-depth exploration of micro-drone technologies, their role in cyber threats, and the countermeasures necessary to mitigate these threats. Learners will delve into the various types and capabilities of micro-drones, their communication and networking technologies, and the associated cybersecurity vulnerabilities. The course covers risk assessment and threat modeling for micro-drone systems, analysis of real-world micro-drone warfare scenarios, and the development of defense strategies against potential cyber attacks. Additionally, the course addresses the legal and policy frameworks governing micro-drone warfare cybersecurity, including ethical considerations, privacy implications, and international regulations. The course is led by Rhonda Johnson, a seasoned educator and Ph.D. student specializing in Cybersecurity. Prior knowledge of computer networks, cybersecurity principles, operating systems, basic electronics, and wireless communication is recommended. The course employs tools such as Drone Simulators and Drone Performance Evaluation Tools for practical learning.
eForensics Course for eWarfare: Investigations, Threat Detection and Reconnaissance in the Electromagnetic Spectrum (W59)
eForensics for eWarfare: Investigations, Threat Detection, and Reconnaissance in the Electromagnetic Spectrum" is an innovative course designed to introduce learners to the application of digital forensics tools and techniques in electronic warfare. It aims to deepen participants' understanding of electronic warfare, its history, military applications, and how digital forensics is applied in warfare and intelligence. The course also focuses on the significance of electronic warfare in today's world, discussing potential threats and how to mitigate them. COURSE STRUCTURE: This course is structured into several key modules, each focusing on a specific aspect of electronic warfare. The modules are: Introduction to Electronic Warfare Notable Milestones in the Development of Electronic Warfare A Look at Air Force Radar Systems Military Application of Digital Forensics Investigating Incidents on Critical Infrastructure: Industrial Control Systems (ICS) Each module ends with a multiple-choice quiz to ensure understanding, with a pass mark of 75%. EQUIPMENT & PREREQUISITES: To participate, students will need a PC, tablet, or smartphone with an internet connection. Basic knowledge of information systems, cybersecurity, and digital forensics is recommended. ABOUT THE LECTURER: This course is led by an experienced lecturer from the Cyber Security Department of the Air Force Institute of Technology (AFIT), Kaduna. With a background in both training and consulting, the lecturer has considerable expertise in a range of relevant areas, including information and physical management, security, assurance, and control. Furthermore, he has authored numerous articles in well-established journals, including eForensics Magazine and the ISACA Journal, and has led training workshops on digital forensics and eDiscovery.