Cyber-Investigations Boot Camp

 
Huntington, WV
July 31 to August 4, 2017
Arthur Weisberg Family Applied Engineering Complex

1676 3rd Ave
Huntington, WV 25703

Marshall University and the National White Collar Crime Center (NW3C) will offer a five-day boot camp July 31 to Aug 4, 2017 focusing on cyber-investigations for local law enforcement. The boot camp will take place at Marshall University’s Arthur Weisberg Family Applied Engineering Complex in Huntington, WV. The training will teach officers a wide array of skills and concepts focusing on digital evidence. NW3C and Marshall University instructors, who are experts in the digital forensics field, will bring a wealth of knowledge to the participants throughout the week.

Topics for the boot camp include:

• search and seizure law for digital evidence
• cellular technology investigations
• preservation and collection of digital evidence
• multimedia forensics
• vehicle forensics
• social media investigations
• preparing cyber cases for court and more

Students will receive real-world practical experience in many facets of cybercrime investigations utilizing Marshall University’s crime scene houses and using the latest investigative technologies and tools while attending the course.

This training has been approved for 32 hours of in-service training credit for law enforcement officers in West Virginia.

The fee for the five-day course is $550

To register for the course contact:
John Sammons (Director of Digital Forensics - Marshall University)
Email: John.Sammons@Marshall.edu
Phone: (304) 696-7241