Final 2014 Nuix Investigations Training Classes – UK & East Coast US Dates

Whether you’re new to Nuix software or you’re a power user, Nuix offers training paths to maximize your skillset and keep you up-to-date with the latest workflows and technologies.

By training and getting certified in Nuix Investigations software, you’re becoming an expert in the world’s fastest and most scalable technology on the market for processing large, complex sources of data. Learn from the best and build your career with Nuix.London, UK
Nuix Foundations – Investigations
16-18th December 2014, 9:00am – 5:00pm
A thorough introduction to the Nuix Investigator tool, this course details techniques for more efficiently creating investigations cases, processing file data and analyzing exhibits. The training is designed for individuals new to using Nuix technology and existing users wanting to learn advanced features of the tool. During the three-day course, students will learn the tool’s functionality to view, search, filter, tag, visualize and export different forms of unstructured data and forensic images for reporting. Advanced topics will include Ruby scripting capabilities and Nuix Visual Analytics.

To register, go to: http://info.nuix.com/NuixFoundationsLondonDec162014-2.html

Herndon, Virginia
Nuix Foundations – Investigations
November 18-20, 2014, 9:00am – 5:00pm
A thorough introduction to the Nuix Investigator tool, this course details techniques for more efficiently creating investigations cases, processing file data and analyzing exhibits. The training is designed for individuals new to using Nuix technology and existing users wanting to learn advanced features of the tool. During the three-day course, students will learn the tool’s functionality to view, search, filter, tag, visualize and export different forms of unstructured data and forensic images for reporting. Advanced topics will include Ruby scripting capabilities and Nuix Visual Analytics.

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To register, go to: http://info.nuix.com/NuixWindowsInvestigationsVirginiaNov4-6.html

Nuix Windows Investigations
December 2-4, 2014, 9:00am – 5:00pm
This course focuses on Windows, from XP to 8; how it stores information in the Registry, recycle bin, recent items, user directories and system folders. Students will get a detailed look at email including how to identify, sort, search and deduplicate; and Internet Explorer and how it stores browser history, cookies, temp files and user settings. Additionally, the training will provide an in-depth understanding of link and prefetch files and metadata for files, Word documents and images.

To register, go to: http://info.nuix.com/NuixWindowsInvestigationsHerndonDec2-4.html

Nuix Foundations – Cybersecurity
December 9-10, 2014, 9:00am – 5:00pm
This training is designed for examiners from the public and private sectors, including government, law enforcement and IT industries. Emphasis will be on examining effective workflow and analysis techniques for dealing with common evidence types in a cyber investigation. Students will follow the cybersecurity investigative model to collect evident, process data, perform detailed analysis and report on results.

To register, go to: http://info.nuix.com/NuixFoundations-CybersecurityViriginaDec9th.html

Nuix Training Facility

East Coast, US classes will be held in the Nuix Training Facility located at the Nuix North America office, 13755 Sunrise Valley Drive, Suite 200, Herndon, Virginia 20171. The Nuix Training Facility is staffed with certified instructors and run by Rob Attoe, Head of Global Training. Rob Attoe has more than a decade of experience developing digital forensics and decryption training programs for the global digital investigations community. He is a regular presenter at premier international digital forensics conferences and events.

For more information, contact the Nuix Training Department at [email protected]

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