Forensic Certification Courses Scheduled for 2017

Essential Forensic Techniques I and II are now open for registration for 2017. Sign up now to reserve your spot!

ESSENTIAL FORENSIC TECHNIQUES I (EFT I)
SAN JOSE, CA - FEB 6, 2017
STAFFORD, UK - FEB 20, 2017
LARGO, FL - MAY 1, 2017

ESSENTIAL FORENSIC TECHNIQUES II (EFT II)
SAN JOSE, CA - FEB 13, 2017
STAFFORD, UK - FEB 27, 2017
LARGO, FL - MAY 8, 2017

Each course is one week long taught by industry-leading experts in a professional training setting. Please click on the corresponding course for more information or to register. If you are unsure if you are qualified to take the EFT II course take our placement exam.

EFT I is the perfect way to quickly and effectively learn how to navigate the most important Mac, iPhone, iPad and PC device areas. For years, BlackBag® has remained a highly reliable, go-to resource when detectives and investigators need advice regarding what to do with seized digital devices, in terms of both acquiring and analyzing evidence. The BlackBag® team consistently remains abreast of the latest developments and techniques in digital forensics, and their research and experience with real-world cases act as the framework for the training courses. As a result, the example scenarios discussed in the classroom are driven by relevant data and realistic challenges.

EFT II will delve into more complex concepts, including the specific data points found within any iOS, Windows and/or Mac OS X analysis. Operating systems and file systems leave complex artifacts in both active and unallocated space, all of which will this course covers in detail. It is because BlackBag®’s instructors remain in contact with investigators from both the law enforcement and corporate environments that the data used in classes is current and relevant. With continued hands-on learning and realistic scenarios, BlackBag®’s instructors will guide students through methods of discovery for new application data, analysis of known data, and best reporting practices.



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