If you're headed to the 2019 National Cyber Crime Conference in Noorwood, MA next week please make time to stop by the ADF Solutions booth to say hello and to enter our drawing for a US combat veteran, handmade keepsake from a Flag of Valor for your home or forensic lab.
Rich Frawley, our Digital Forensic Specialist, who spent 22 years in law enforcement will be leading 3 digital forensic training sessions:
- Solving Crimes Against Children with Digital Evidence Investigator (In the NW3C Lab)
- Introducing ADF Mobile Device Investigator (iOS & Android)
- On-Scene Digital Investigation Best Practices: from CyberTip to Court-Ready Paperwork
Our new Mobile Device Investigator (MDI) is a game-changer in the world of digital forensics. Designed to empower field investigators, MDI simplifies the process of performing Android and iOS smartphone and tablet investigations. With its intuitive interface and powerful functionality, MDI is easy-to-use for current ADF customers who already rely on our Digital Evidence Investigator, Triage-Investigator, and Triage-G2 platforms. In fact, MDI offers the same great collection, analysis, and reporting tools that our customers have come to depend on, making it a seamless addition to their existing workflows. Whether you're investigating a cybercrime or looking for evidence to support a legal case, MDI is the tool you need to get the job done quickly and efficiently. So be sure to stop by our booth at the National Cyber Crime Conference and see MDI in action!
If you haven't attended NCCC before, take a minute to review the 2018 conference highlights and see why we've named the NCCC conference one of the Best 2019 Law Enforcement Conference in North America.
Can't attend? You can still benefit from some of ADF's best digital forensic training content by signing up for one of our upcoming webinars, watching a webinar recording, or visiting ADF's free learning portal.