By registering for the pre-event training, you’ll gain free entry to the Magnet User Summit 2019*!
To receive your free pass, complete the online registration for your preferred training course and you will be provided with a complimentary code to use during the Magnet User Summit registration process.
Magnet AXIOM Examinations (AX200)
This course is ideal for those who require intermediate-level training with a digital investigation platform that covers cases involving smartphones, tablets, computers, and cloud data in a single collaborative interface. Students will gain a deep understanding of the benefits Magnet AXIOM’s “artifact first” approach in optimizing investigative efficiency. This course is the perfect entry point for examiners who are new to AXIOM.Register Here
Magnet AXIOM Advanced Computer Forensics (AX250)
This course is an expert-level training course, designed for participants who are somewhat familiar with the principles of digital forensics and who are seeking to expand their knowledge base on advanced forensics and leverage Magnet AXIOM, Magnet RAM Capture, and third-party tools to improve their computer investigations.
AX250 will give participants the knowledge and skills they need to track computer access and file usage, utilizing Magnet AXIOM to explore the evidence in greater depth by learning about the newest sign-on technologies — such as pin password, Windows Hello, picture password, fingerprint recognition, and facial recognition.Register Here
Magnet AXIOM Incident Response Examinations (AX310)
An expert-level four-day training course, AX310 is designed for participants who are familiar with the principles of digital forensics and who are seeking to expand their knowledge base on advanced forensics and incident response techniques. This course will leverage Magnet AXIOM, Magnet RAM Capture, Magnet Process Capture, and third-party tools to improve computer investigations in relation to incident response and will give participants the knowledge and skills they need to track incidents where unauthorized computer access and file usage has taken place on a computer system.
Any completed instructor-led Magnet Forensics training course (in-person or virtual) can be counted for 32 CPE credits through NASBA.