Oxygen Forensics Offers Free Remote Trainings During COVID-19 Crisis

The COVID-19 pandemic has reshaped our world almost overnight—upending daily routines and disrupting much of the global economy. Unfortunately, crime never takes a day off, not even during times of crisis. Ongoing digital forensics investigations have lost none of their urgency, and investigators still need resources that will enable them to use their tools to the fullest potential. Oxygen Forensics is here to help.As law enforcement organizations adjust to a new normal defined by social distancing measures and remote working requirements, many DFIR specialists have been forced to postpone or cancel vital training sessions and other professional development opportunities. That’s why Oxygen Forensics is now offering a complimentary introduction to our remote training platform. Click here to view a schedule of the upcoming free training events.

The Live Online Training (Remote) Overview is a two-hour introductory session that gives attendees the opportunity to experience remote training via an Oxygen Training machine. Attendees will log into our online education environment and join a small group training session led by a live Oxygen instructor. Instructors will work with attendees at every step of the way, ensuring that each training session is dynamic, interactive, and responsive to attendees’ questions and individual needs.

The complimentary session includes a full tour of the Oxygen Forensic® Detective interface, and gives attendees a firsthand look at the analytic power of the social graph, which has played an essential role in solving numerous investigations. Attendees are guaranteed to walk away with a much clearer understanding of Oxygen Forensic® Detective’s capabilities, as well as the steps needed to implement it in their own organizations.

Our next complimentary sessions will take place this Friday at 11:00 AM CT and next Friday at 8:00 AM CT, with more to come. Please note that there are only 10 seats available in each training. Attendance will be granted on a first come, first served basis, so be sure to enroll today!

For those who are already familiar with the Oxygen Forensic® Detective platform, we’ve also added a number of more advanced remote trainings to our existing lineup, which can be found in our full listing of all upcoming events, here.


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Looking ahead, Alan mentions MSAB's new CEO and hints at some exciting developments coming down the pipeline. He spotlights recent enhancements to XEC Director's speed and database functionality for managing large estates of networked Kiosks. Alan also plugs the new XEC Director training he created to help users fully leverage the platform's capabilities.

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30:00 – MSAB’s pipeline plans
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12:00 – Workflows
17:20 – Ensuring a secure environment
19:45 – Customer training
20:35 – Helping customers comply with ISO accreditation
25:00 – Validation and verification
27:30 – ISO standards
30:00 – MSAB’s pipeline plans
32:40 – XEC Director
43:45 – Privacy of user data

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