Have a question about BlackBag training? Find some common answers below.
What led to the creation of this Basic Forensic Investigations course?
More than anything, we have created and adapted our training curriculum because of customer feedback. You told us you wanted a simple, comprehensive, and affordable training curriculum, so that’s what we’ve provided: a Digital Forensic Basics course, and we are committed to reviewing the needs of our customers periodically to make those necessary changes. With budget cuts and government restrictions factoring into every purchasing decision, we know training needs to be precisely what you need to hit the ground running once you’re back at work. Our four courses and three certifications – combined with our dedicated and knowledgeable team – will give you what you need to complete your casework with accuracy and efficiency.
What are the benefits of taking BlackBag’s Basic Forensic Investigations Course?
We created BlackLight so that it could be used to help in forensic investigations and we are committed to doing whatever is necessary to allow you to use it to its full potential. This course was created to give you real-world training and test your knowledge for credible certification at an affordable price.
What do I need to do to be eligible for the prestigious MiCFE designation?
We are in the process of revamping the MiCFE program to include APFS and the other integral items introduced by Apple in 2018 and expect to relaunch the program Early 2019.
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to be notified when this certification is open again to candidates.
Are BlackBag’s courses Mac-specific?
While BlackBag earned its reputation by emerging as the prominent Mac Forensics experts, our growth over the last few years has allowed us to incorporate Windows forensic analysis functions into our software development and our training curriculum. BlackLight can now parse/analyze Windows file systems and related operating system, user, and application artifacts. Also, Blacklight can examine Android data, and run on Windows systems. Our courses have adapted to reflect these changes. Our customers see data from all types of devices, and we are committed to developing and providing solutions for every challenge that comes their way.