Teaching complex technical processes can often overwhelm new and seasoned digital forensics practitioners. Teaching while making use of gamification and rewards can have the most seasoned practitioners want to learn new things. The digital forensics curriculums have grown to include incident response and other topics as part current curriculums. This talk focusses on gamifying and changing the methods used to teach core DFIR techniques to entice and make them more fun. This includes having a rewards systems, using moodle badges, challenge coins, games and creative assessments to make learning and training in digital forensics and incident response fun. This talk applies to anyone wanting to learn more about DFIR, those at education institutions or organizations that do in-house training.
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