BlackBag and Bright Forensics offer Mac Forensics Training in the UK

Bright Forensics, the UK based company best known for Live Forensics Courses (delivered by Nick Furneaux), is delighted to announce a new partnership with BlackBag Technologies of San Jose, CA.

Bright will carry the full range of Mac Forensics solutions including Blacklight and MacQuisition, but we are particularly excited to announce the first UK based BlackBag Training courses that until now have only been available outside of the UK. The first course is scheduled for November 2012 in London.Bright Forensics, in conjunction with BlackBag will hold the first UK based course in London in November 2012. This will be the very popular “Mac Forensics – Primary Analysis (BBT-200)” course. Places will be limited, so early registration is advisable.

Moving forward the full training program will be available in the UK. The course schedule is:

BBT-100 “Mac Orientation and On-site Preview” – 3 Days

BBT-200 “Mac Forensic Primary Analysis” – 4.5 Days


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BBT-300 “Mac Forensic In-depth Analysis” – 4.5 Days

BBT-400 “Mac Forensic Advanced Techniques” – 4.5 Days

BBT-500 “Advanced Refresher for the Experienced Analyst” – 4.5 Days

In addition the Certification Courses BBT-700 “Certified Forensic Examiner” and MiCFE “Mac and IOS Certified Forensic Examiner” will also be available to qualified candidates.

To request further information or reserve a place, please contact Matthew Furneaux on 07788 443046 or at matthew.furneaux@brightforensics.com

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