In a pupose built state of the art cyber lab, delegates will have hands-on application and exposure to cyber investigations and simulated challenges utilising a wide range of OSINT tools and techniques.
Following the completion of the Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) & Dark Web boot camp (QAOSCIDWBC) delegates will have the opportunity to put the skills they have learnt to the test in a cyber investigator ‘capture the flag’ (CTF) event. This will involve four challenge rounds.
Rounds 1-3 will be cyber investigator knowledge check, through a series of practical tasks and questions.
Round 4 is the final exercise based on a real life scenario. This will be time critical, requiring team working and problem solving.
The final scenario will evolve based on the actions of the delegates and what information they have obtained. Delegates will need to interpret the data quickly and decide what is relevant or not. They will be required to keep a running log of what they are doing, that can analysed and teaching points or suggestions provided and this will help to reinforce their learning.