Webinar (Mobile Forensics): MPE+ Android Malware Detection

Malware on computers can infect, transmit and “sell” personal data. Malware can also be used to “blame” and cast doubt on collected evidence in a computer examination. If this is the case, why aren’t these items being scanned when conducting a mobile device exam? Join AccessData in this live webinar and take a first look at the malware epidemic on the Android platform and the type of information users could be “giving away.” Additionally, this webinar will review methods of collecting and detecting this type of threat on Android devices during mobile device examinations. After the webinar Lee Reiber will be available in the Forensic Focus webinars forum to answer questions.

Date/Time: Friday Apr 12 2013 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM (CDT)
Duration: 1 hour

Register today at:

http://marketing.accessdata.com/acton/form/4390/008f:d-0003/1/index.htmFor a limited time Forensic Focus readers who register for this webinar can purchase a license of AccessData’s MPE+ software bundled with their MPE+ three day course at the special price of $2995.00 (a 60% discount on the software and 40% off the training price). This includes a three-day training course and a full year of AccessData’s MPE+ software (only $840.00 to maintain the software for subsequent years). To take advantage of this offer contact your AccessData Sales representative, email sales@accessdata.com or call (800) 574.5199 (02070107800 in the UK) and use the promotion code ACCESDATA-FF.

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