Teel Technologies has announced its Fall and Winter schedule of Advanced Mobile Device Forensic classes and iPhone Bootcamp courses, as well as introducing tool-specific and online training. Complete scheduling information can be found at www.TeelTechTraining.com.Teel Tech’s Advanced Class educates students in today’s commercial tools, flasher box technology, as well as reverse engineering and scripting techniques. For the examiner experienced in acquiring phones, the class offers the next level of device acquisition education.
The iPhone boot camp teaches students the proper skills and best-practices required to acquire the most amount of data from the iPhone, and related devices.
Training will be held in New Berlin, WI, Washington D.C., Las Vegas, N.V., and Ontario, Canada throughout the remainder of the year, with additional dates in 2011 to be announced soon.
On-Site and Tool Specific Training Brings Cost-Savings Advantages
With a complete mobile classroom ready for set-up in any location, Teel Technologies offers both advanced classes, as well as tool-specific education to students. Reducing travel costs, and saving agencies and communities valuable time, Teel Technologies’ gives its clients the choice to custom configure their training, as well as where and when to host it.
Complimentary Online Training and Webinars Provided
In addition to in-person training, Teel Technologies is now providing support webinars and online training for both students of classes, as well as customers who purchase tools and solutions from Teel Technologies. For subject material introduced in class that requires additional explanation, as well introductory tutorials for new tool use, Teel Tech’s hour (or two)-long online classes offer a convenient way to further the skills of the examiner.
“Our aim is to bring the highest level of training, as well as the greatest flexibility to our clients. We’re covering the areas that matter most, as well as giving the client the option to choose location and subject matter. We know budgets are tight, and travel options are limited, so we’re making it as cost-effective as possible for examiners to get the education they need in the rapidly evolving area of mobile device forensics,” Mike Harrington, Teel Technologies’ Director of Training commented.
ABOUT TEEL TECHNOLOGIES:
Teel Technologies (www.TeelTech.com), based in Norwalk, Conn., is a registered small business that provides tools and training for professionals tasked with investigating wireless devices. A trusted partner to the community since 2006, Teel Technologies offers the largest collection of dedicated mobile device forensic tools in one place. Teel Technologies also publishes the free search engine for mobile device examiners: www.MobileForensicsCentral.com.