BlackBag Technologies, Inc. Opens East Coast Office

BlackBag Technologies, Inc., a leading developer of Mac OS X, iPhone, and iPad forensics software and training solutions, today announced the opening of its second U.S. office in Herndon, Virginia. The new office allows BlackBag to efficiently extend its reach from corporate headquarters in San Jose, California to federal law enforcement customers located on the East Coast. “We are very excited about opening our Herndon office, as East Coast clients are now in proximity to our Mac and iOS forensics expertise and training,” said Paul Jordan, Vice President of Corporate Development. “The timing of the new office opening is truly what excites us the most. We understand the challenges many agencies currently face due to expanding BYOD programs, along with the digital forensics and eDiscovery challenges they face as iOS devices continue to grow in popularity.”The new office includes a state-of-the-art, multi-seat training facility and remodeled office space. “This new facility represents a big step forward for our Mac, iPhone, and iPad forensics training program,” offered Ryan Chapin, Vice President of Forensics and Training. While we continue to work hard to accommodate the learning needs of remotely based customers by expanding online course offerings, our traditional in-class course delivery is still the core foundation of our training program. We believe that onsite training is the most effective way for a forensic examiner to build and test their Mac and iOS forensics skills.”

To inquire about the BlackBag Technologies Herndon, Virginia office and training facility, please visit https://www.blackbagtech.com/contact. Visit https://www.blackbagtech.com/blog to learn more about Mac OS X, iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch digital forensics, and BlackBag Technologies forensics software and training solutions. To schedule an on-line or onsite demonstration, please contact us at sales [at] blackbagtech [dot] com.

About BlackBag Technologies

BlackBag Technologies, Inc. provides Mac OS X, iPhone, and iPad forensics and eDiscovery solutions. BlackBag acknowledges the growing challenges faced by forensic examiners and legal professionals in the digital forensics field, and is dedicated to creating flexible, multi-platform-compatible software, and comprehensive training solutions. BlackBag serves a wide range of clients, including federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies, as well as leading private sector security, legal, and personnel professionals. Visit https://www.blackbagtech.com for more information.

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