e-Forensic has been awarded the 2014 Guidance Software Training Partner of the Year for North, Central and South America ! If you require forensic training, we can deliver.
e-Forensic Services is a Guidance Software Approved Training Partner & reseller in Canada.
- All of our regularly scheduled courses hosted at EFS locations include complimentary coffee/snacks and lunches.
- Students are required to bring a laptop for use during the course, those who register for training will receive information for the minimum configuration required.
- All students attending are supplied with a training dongle for use during each course.
- All courses are in english however most of those in Ottawa include a bilingual instructor
- OnSite Training: If you're interested in training at a location within Canada that is not listed, please contact us directly about our onsite training opportunities and have us come to your location! No additional costs for our instructors to come to you; however a minimum number of students is required.
Courses can fill up quickly, please ensure you register more than 30 days in advance of the course you desire. Registered candidates will be contacted for payment information 30 days prior to course start date.
Please contact us directly for information about our cancellation policy, firstname.lastname@example.org .
e-Forensic is an authorized trainer & reseller for Vound Intella Software, an eDiscovery and Forensic software which adds powerful searching capabilities to your law firm or lab. We can tailor training to you specific needs whether on-site or on-line.
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DF120 - Foundations in Digital Forensics with EnCase Forensic
This hands-on 4 day course involves practical exercises and real-life simulations in the use of EnCase Forensic version 8. The class provides participants with an understanding of the proper handling of digital evidence from the initial seizure of the computer/media to acquisition, including the use of FastBloc SE and LinEn. Instruction then progresses to the analysis of the data.Register Now
DF210 Building an Investigation with EnCase Forensic
This hands-on 4 day course is intended for IT security professionals, litigation support and forensic investigators. Participants need to have successfully completed the EnCase Computer Forensics I. IF IN DOUBT, CONTACT US BEFORE REGISTRATION.Register Now
DF220 - Navigating EnCase Forensic Version 8
This hands-on course provides practical demonstrations and real-life simulations to help understand the methodology of using EnCase Forensic Version 8 (EnCase) in digital forensic examinations.Register Now
DF310 EnCase v8 EnCE Prep Course
This hands-on course is designed for EnCase users who are preparing for the EnCE (EnCase Certified Examiner) certification process. The EnCE certification is a highly sought-after accreditation, which requires significant knowledge of computer forensics and Guidance Software's EnCase product to successfully achieve.Register Now
DF 320 Advanced Analysis of Windows Artifacts
This hands-on 4 day course is designed for examiners with advanced computer skills and two or more years of experience working in the field of computer forensics. A basic understanding of the concepts of computer forensics is required. The class curriculum builds upon the foundation of the EnCase DF210 course, continuing with a focus on file and operating system examinations.Register Now
DFIR 350 Internet Based Internet Examinations
Prerequisite: EnCase v7 DF210 or EnCE Certification. Advance preparation for this course is not required. This hands-on course involves practical exercises and real-life simulations. The class focuses on the forensic evidence located on the computer belonging to the suspect and /or victim - not online or cyber investigations. Email files and the Internet are cornerstones of consumer and business computer use.Register Now
DF410 EnCase Examinations of NTFS
This hands-on course involves technical information and practical exercises about the NT File System (NTFS). The class addresses the technical aspects of NTFS, including an in-depth analysis of the Master File Table ($MFT) and its components. Students will locate and recover valuable NTFS artifacts and understand their evidentiary value. The structure of the NTFS directory will be examined and parsed.Register Now
DF420 Macintosh Examinations with Encase
This course makes a departure from the world of Microsoft Windows and provides in depth instruction on analysing the various Macintosh operating system artifacts.Coming soon!
All Intella products can process ESI, search metadata and content, filter by a range of criteria and produce to most standard load file formats.Coming soon!