Training

Overview

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. All IACIS training material is reviewed and updated each year by our trainers to ensure that IACIS training material is relevant and up to date in order 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. Classes have a 6/8 to 1 student to trainer ratio. A trainer is assigned to each row of 6-8 students. While an instructor teaches a class, the trainers are always present to assist. Trainers monitor their student’s progress to ensure each student understands the material being taught and is keeping pace with the class.

There are no pre-requisites for the IACIS Basic Computer Forensic Examiner (BCFE) training. Any computer knowledge a student brings to class is a plus and will make the lectures and practical exercises much easier to grasp.  We begin with the basics and quickly move into highly technical theories, terms, and techniques. The BCFE provides 90% of what you need to know to successfully complete the seven-month CFCE process. The BCFE Course has optional evening computer labs for those requiring additional hands-on time.   Students who go on to undertake the CFCE certification process are provided a coach to help them with the peer review problem sets.

IACIS Specialist classes provide a more in-depth study of particular forensic topics. The IACIS Windows Forensic Examiner and Mobile Device Forensics classes are preparation classes for our Certified Advanced Windows Forensic Examiner (CAWFE) and Certified Mobile Device Examiner (CMDE) certifications. The cost of the certifications is included in the course fee.

Please visit our PRODUCTS PAGE to apply or register for training.