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Your mobile forensics training course needs YOU!

Tuesday, August 10, 2010 (09:57:20)
"I am currently finalising the details for the Introduction to Connection Records course and wondered what do you want to know? Training is not about the trainer. It’s about your learning!

Currently the course will contain lectures and practical exercises with lots of group interaction, sharing experiences and learning together. However, it would be great to hear what other areas you would like to be addressed on the course or other suggestions about layout/sessions..."


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Teel Tech Announces Advanced Mobile Device and iPhone Forensic Training

Wednesday, July 21, 2010 (09:23:27)
Teel Technologies has announced its Fall and Winter schedule of Advanced Mobile Device Forensic classes and iPhone Bootcamp courses, as well as introducing tool-specific and online training. Complete scheduling information can be found at www.TeelTechTraining.com.

New Hoffmann Advanced Forensic Sessions November 2010

Monday, July 05, 2010 (15:44:40)
From 22 - 26 November 2010 Hoffmann Forensic Services will for the third time organize the Advanced Forensic Sessions. These technical sessions are aimed at experienced forensic investigators who want to increase their knowledge of the latest forensic techniques in order to be able to perform more advanced forensic investigations...

New course: Fundamentals & Principles, Mobile Phone Programming

Friday, July 02, 2010 (19:49:34)
As discussed at the 2009 MTEB Conference, Greg Smith of TrewMTE has today launched "Fundamentals & Principles, Mobile Phone Programming". Questions answered by the course include: How does the programming language relate to evidence? What does the keypad tell us? How do we know photos are stored in the Image Folder? File sharing - is that possible? Can mobile phone programming skillsets be used in private and commercial business? IP infringement or industrial espionage - are mobile phones used? Course details can be downloaded from http://trewmte.blogspot.com/2010/07/fundamentals-principles-mobile-phone.html

Abertay University (Dundee, Scotland) to offer degree in digital forensics

Friday, May 14, 2010 (07:17:52)
A new digital forensics degree will teach students how to find complex evidence that is hidden in mobile phones, computers and databases. The four-year Digital Forensics BSc (Hons) course, announced on Thursday, will be available at University of Abertay, in Dundee, from September this year. It will teach students to collect and present evidence for a criminal prosecution...

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