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CompuForensics for Computer Forensics

The 100-hour 12-week live online Computer Forensics Examiner Course provides computer professionals with the training needed to begin performing computer forensics. Our training meets or exceeds all known state licensing training requirements. CompuForensics, in association with accredited state universities in Texas and Tennessee, offers government and private sectors a highly cost effective approach to upgrading the technical skills of their computer forensics examiner, management and support personnel. Live on-line training is modeled after that provided to federal law enforcement and taught by a former supervisory federal agent and national program manager for computer forensics. Live on-line afternoon and evening classes afford students the flexibility of distance learning (VOIP; US and Canadian students can also participate via phone when necessary) without the limited instructor access common in correspondence courses. The Forensics Examiner course, which includes on-line access to open source and trial-ware software in addition to a bootable write blocking computer forensics CDROM, employs Windows applications running inside SuSE Linux to safely and more efficiently analyze Windows systems. Prior Linux experience is not required. This 100-hour 'live' course replaces both on-campus and on-line Basic 54-hour and Advanced 40-hour Examiner courses, saving students $2995 compared to Basic and Advanced on-campus courses.

Forensics Examiner  $995
Workforce Investment Act Eligible Training
Veterans (GI Bill) Eligible Training
Prerequisite: A+ or comparable computer background

Monday through Thursday evening
  Early Class Option: noon - 2:10 p.m., Central (UTC-6)

  Late Class Option: 6:00 p.m. - 8:10 p.m. Central
Fall 2012: Sep. 17 to Dec. 12, 2012
Winter 2013: Feb. 18 - May 14, 2013

CompuForensics 'live' courses are available through fully accredited state universities and colleges. Course certificates are signed by a college dean or comparable university official. The course developer and instructor was an agency signatory to the Federal Guidelines on Searching and Seizing Computers with nearly three decades of federal law enforcement field and headquarters experience within the Departments of Defense and Treasury.

Additional Forensics Courses
8.5-hr. Court/Legal Issues course  $135
6-8:10 p.m. Central, Dec. 4,5,6 & 10, 2012
6-8:10 p.m. Central, May 8,9,13 & 14, 2013
Prerequisite:
None

Topics include: Constitution Law - Forth Amendment; Rule 41, Federal Rules of Criminal/Civil Procedure; Court Legal Precedence; Preliminary Hearings & Disclosure; and Courtroom Demeanor and Expert Testimony. This course is included in the 100-hour Live Online Forensics Examiner course as well as separately.
24-hr. Mac Analysis Using Linux  $349
6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. Central, Jan 22 - Feb 11, 2013
The newly introduced 3-week live on-line Mac Analysis Using Linux course expands forensic examiner skills to include Apple computers. Both courses require A+ or comparable computer literacy. Those enrolling in the Mac forensics course should have additionally taken or plan to take the 12-week examiner course (or comparable training). The 12-week course includes forensic instruction applicable to both Windows and Mac platforms, including 8.5 hours of legal and courtroom instruction needed for licensing in some states.



University of Texas
Arlington, TX

Don Voxuan
817-272-2581
dvoxuan@uta.edu

100-hour N-2:10 pm Reg.
100-hour 6:00-8:10 pm Reg.
24-hour Mac 6:00-8:00 Reg.
8-hour Court/Legal Reg.
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University of Tennessee
Knoxville, TN
Professional Development
865-974-0150
Professional Dev. Email
100-hour N-2:10 pm Reg.
100-hour 6:00-8:10 pm Reg.

24-hour 6:00-8:00 pm Reg.
8-hour Court/Legal Reg.



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CompuForensics was a licensed business in Tennessee  from late 1998 through mid-2011. During that period, CompuForensics trained hundreds of examiners, including federal and state law enforcement agencies. Presently, instruction is only provided through accredited universities and colleges.  Previously restricted to law enforcement and corporate security, computer forensics training is now available to the general law abiding public through universities and colleges.

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Serving government and private sectors
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Government and corporate on-site training is
available through participating state universities

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