Students can register now for the first Digital Triage Forensics class beginning January 3rd. This course follows Stephen Pearson and Richard Watson's book, "Digital Triage Forensics", and teaches students the DTF model to process Digital Media. Investigators will learn how to use the DTF concept to reduce their forensics/analysis workloads and how it can be used (if trained correctly) to lighten the workload. Upon completion of the class, students will be able to incorporate what they learned into their department's model and get information from electronic media without having to wait months to get results back from the labs.
Later in the year, students will have an opportunity to take more online courses on a variety of topics. Classes will include “Secure View 2”, “KaseManager Application”
Since 2002, the High Tech Crime Institute has been committed to bringing high quality education to the law enforcement community. Our company is guided by leaders in the digital forensics world. With over 50 years of combined experience, we have brought the same passion and know how to our online classes, as our traditional classroom instruction. For more information, please contact: Florence Uvanni @ (813) 343-0766 x207 or visit our website at http://training.gohtci.com/
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As a global leader in the field of Computer Crime Investigation and Computer Forensics, HTCI is uniquely qualified to provide expert instruction, proactive security management and computer forensic platforms to both the private and public sectors.