April 24 - May 5
SUMURI is a long-time partner and supporter of the International Association of Computer Investigative Specialists. In support of IACIS’ mission to provide quality digital forensics and Incident Response training at an affordable cost, SUMURI will again be presenting Best Practices in Mac Forensics (MFSC-101) and Advanced Practices in Mac Forensics (MFSC-201) at the 2023 IACIS Training Event.
SUMURI will be showcasing our groundbreaking forensics software and TALINO computers. Stop by the SUMURI booth on April 27, 28, and May 1, 2023, and see the latest and greatest in the DFIR world.
MFSC-101 and MFSC-201 are the prerequisites for the Certified Forensic Mac Examiner certification. Attending both courses allows the student to take the CFME certification process at no additional cost. For more information, visit the CFME web page: http://sumuri.com/mac-training/mac-forensics-certification-program/
IACIS has been providing computer Forensic Training for over 30 years to law enforcement and corporate examiners. IACIS instructors and trainers are Certified Forensic Computer Examiners (CFCE) and are active digital forensics practitioners. All IACIS specific course material is reviewed and updated each year by their trainers to ensure the material is relevant and up to date to meet the changing needs of digital forensic examiners.
The goal of IACIS training is for students to learn and that no student is left behind. Classes combine computer forensic theory and hands-on practical exercises. While an instructor teaches a class, the trainers are always present to assist students. Trainers monitor their student’s progress to ensure that they understand the material being taught and keep pace with the class.