In March 2009 the department of Forensic Services at Hoffmann Investigations will organize the first Advanced Forensic Sessions. These technical sessions are held in The Netherlands and 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. The main difference with other forensic courses is that the Sessions are given by experts with a worldwide reputation and that the number of participants is limited to twenty-five persons at most. The focus of the Advanced Forensic Sessions is on the techniques instead of the tools. Besides the intensive study program there will be time for relaxation and knowledge exchange during the week…Participants
The Hoffmann Advanced Forensic Sessions were developed for experienced digital forensic investigators, incident response professionals or IT auditors. No distinction will be made between Law Enforcement specialists and experienced corporate investigators.
The Advanced Forensic Sessions are made up of four sessions:
Session 1 – Advanced Vista forensics by instructor/expert Lance Mueller on Monday 16th and Tuesday 17th March 2009.
Session 2 – Apple and iPhone forensics by instructor/expert Remon Verkerkon Wednesday 18th March 2009.
Session 3 – Open source forensics, File Formats and Advanced File Carving by instructors/experts Joachim Metz and Robert-Jan Mora on Wednesday 18th March 2009.
Session 4 – Memory and Malware forensics by instructor/expert Aaron Walterson Thursday 19th Friday 20th March 2009.
Where and when
Location: Luidsprekerstraat 10 in Almere, The Netherlands
Date: 16th to 20th March 2009
Hours: From 09.00 to 18.00 hrs and on Wednesday from 09.00 to 21.00 hrs.
Registration and information
The costs of these exclusive Sessions are € 1.850,– (excluding VAT) for the entire week (including lunch and dinner on Wednesday).
Because the number of participants in these exclusive sessions is limited to twenty-five, make sure you register in time by using the online registration form.
You can contact us on our telephone number: (00 31) (0)36-52 33 090. For more specific information on the contents of the Sessions ask for Robert-Jan Mora. To register please contact Fabiola Schaap.