Staying up to date with the most current topics and real-world scenarios in forensics is daunting and overwhelming. That’s why BlackBag’s Basic Forensic Investigations course is a must for investigators, regardless of prior use of BlackBag’s tools.BlackBag’s team of expert trainers who have experience in the field working cases themselves, will cover the best investigations techniques and digital forensic methodologies across the following platforms (Windows, iPhone, and MacOS) in case-based, real-world scenarios.
“The Basic Forensic Investigations course provides instruction on various techniques to apply in a case investigation to interrogate your digital evidence. Whether you are a seasoned examiner adding BlackLight to their toolset or a newer examiner getting started, this course will provide practical forensic analysis techniques on a software tool with a balance of user-friendly and manual deep-dive capabilities. You are tasked to find the truth with a thorough investigation challenged, at times, with a timeline – we are here to help,” says Matt McFadden, Director of Training at BlackBag.
This two-day course provides examiners with an introduction to digital forensics. Whether you are first learning the fundamental forensic investigation techniques or interested in seeing BlackBag’s tools in action, this course is an excellent fit for any forensic professional who could benefit from a full scenario-based investigative tutorial, regardless of prior use of BlackBag tools. Attendees will learn the skills needed to be certified as a BlackLight Certified Examiner, which will enable them to implement BlackLight to complete their work.
“Great class, great instructors. I am not a Mac user, and have never used BlackBag [products] before. Now that I have it, and can see what it can do, I am excited to do an exam with BlackBag. Very impressive and user friendly piece of software,” explains a recent student of BlackBag’s Basic Forensic Investigations course.
This course is designed for those looking for an introduction to digital forensics and a perfect entry point for examiners who are new to BlackLight. This includes any of the following:
• Examiners first learning forensics regardless of what tools are used for examination
• Examiners interested in seeing BlackBag’s tools in action in real-world scenarios
• Examiners who are already using BlackBag software and want tips and guidance on how to get the most value from the latest features
• Examiners who are switching from using other forensic suites to BlackLight
• Any forensic professional interested in receiving the most current, relevant, and credible training in the industry
“I thought the training was excellent and the instructors were very knowledgeable,” says another recent student of BlackBag’s Basic Forensic Investigations course.
At the conclusion of this course, students will have a knowledge of basic digital forensic concepts and comprehensive understanding of how to use BlackLight. They will learn by applying the tool to conduct a cross-platform digital forensic examination and create a customized forensic examiner case report using the built-in reporting capabilities. The course will culminate in an opportunity to take the exam for BlackBag’s new Certified BlackLight Examiner (CBE) designation, available only through this course.
To learn more about this course and see upcoming dates to register, visit BlackBag’s training website here.
About BlackBag Technologies:
BlackBag® Technologies, a Cellebrite company, offers innovative forensic acquisition and analysis tools for both Windows and Mac OS X based computers, as well as iOS and Android mobile devices. Its forensic software is used by hundreds of federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies around the world, as well as by leading corporations and consultants, to investigate all types of digital evidence associated with both criminal, civil and internal investigations. BlackBag® Technologies also develops and delivers expert forensics training and certification programs, designed for both novice and experienced forensics professionals. To learn more, visit www.blackbagtech.com or email [email protected].