CoE GLACY+ worldwide delivery of ECTEG courses starts in Ghana

from Council Of Europe website

In the framework of the collaboration between Council of Europe, INTERPOL and ECTEG, aimed at strengthening law enforcement capacities worldwide, a special programme for Ghanaian cybercrime investigators and other public agencies has taken place on 11-14 September 2017 in Accra.

Some 30 representatives of Ghanaian LEAs learned from INTERPOL trainers how to use Linux as an investigative tool, on the basis of materials developed by ECTEG.

The course was conducted under the framework of the Global Action on Cybercrime Extended (GLACY+) and consisted of a five-day hands-on training and informed the cybercrime units on Linux basic and advanced commands, related concepts of digital forensics, how to acquire disk images in a forensic manner for court evidence and how to examine and analyze acquired image on Linux.