This week, ADF is sponsoring training for companies and law enforcement agencies that seek to train individuals and teams on computer forensic training.
Rich Frawley, one of our resident digital forensic specialists, is participating as a gold sponsor of the event held by The International Association of Computer Investigative Specialists, more commonly referred to as IACIS.
Rich has served as an IACIS trainer following his service to the Milford Police Department in Connecticut.
"IACIS has been providing computer Forensic Training for over 27 years. IACIS instructors and trainers are Certified Forensic Computer Examiners (CFCE) and are active in the field of computer forensics." The goal of this week's IACIS training is for students to engage in hands-on learning with practical exercises and dive deeper into computer forensic theory.
The IACIS Basic Computer Forensic Examiner (BCFE) training is designed to cater to a wide range of professionals, providing an inclusive learning environment for law enforcement officials, university police officers, security personnel, and corporate fraud and audit specialists. This comprehensive program stands out for its accessibility, as it does not require any specific prerequisites, allowing individuals from diverse backgrounds to enhance their computer forensic skills.
By eliminating any entry barriers, the IACIS Basic Computer Forensic Examiner training aims to empower individuals who are passionate about computer forensics and eager to develop their expertise in this field. Whether you come from a law enforcement background or work in the corporate sector, this program welcomes everyone who is interested in unraveling the intricacies of digital investigations.
The training equips participants with the necessary knowledge and skills to effectively navigate the world of computer forensics, regardless of their prior experience or qualifications. By offering a comprehensive curriculum that covers a range of essential topics, including pre-examination procedures, legal considerations, computer fundamentals, partitioning schemes, Windows file systems, data recovery, Windows artifacts, and presentation of findings, this program ensures that attendees receive a well-rounded education in the field
There are Seven (7) competency areas addressed in the Certified Forensic Computer Examiner (CFCE) Program:
Pre-Examination Procedures and Legal Issues
Windows File Systems
Presentation of Findings
During the training, ADF is raffling off several copies of Digital Evidence Investigator software as well as a hand-made by combat veterans Flag of Valor for one lucky winner. Attendees and friends of ADF can save 10% on any Flag of Valor by entering the code "ADF" in checkout.