BlackBag Technologies Participates in NW3C’s Apple Forensic Primer Course
Don Brister, our Senior Forensic Analysis and Instructor, was a guest instructor for the National White Collar Crime Center (NW3C) webinar Apple Forensic Primer: Are you really prepared for your next iPhone or MacBook Pro examination?
The webinar took place on Thursday, August 4, 2016, and highlighted the forensic concepts, artifacts, and tools that are covered in NW3C’s Apple®-based forensic curriculum. To view the recording of the webinar please click here.
BlackBag® was honored to demonstrate their innovative digital forensic products, BlackLight®, Mobilyze, and MacQuisition™, which have been incorporated into NWC3’s curriculum. BlackBag® would like to thank NW3C for the training and collaboration opportunity. We encourage other organizations and companies to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are in need of training courses that utilize our products.
“The number of Apple® devices, especially iPhones® and iPads®, that law enforcement professionals encounter in the course of an investigation continues to grow rapidly. The need for training on the proper handling, acquisition, and analysis of these devices is at an all-time high. Digital devices’ storage capacity is also increasing exponentially, and manual analysis of such large volumes of data can be daunting even for experienced technicians who understand how and where the data is stored. Investigators and forensic examiners need the support of automated forensic tools to assist in the efficient and timely examination of evidence to solve crimes.”1
1 National White Collar Crime Center. (2016). August 4, 2016 Apple Forensic Primer. Retrieved from http://www.nw3c.org/events/upcoming/event/2016/08/04/default-calendar/august-4-2016-apple-forensic-primer
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