ALEXANDRIA, Virginia, August 4, 2016 /PRNewswire/ --
Oxygen Forensics, the worldwide developer and provider of advanced forensic data examination tools for mobile devices and cloud services, invites forensic experts to join a new 3-day training course called Oxygen Forensic Complete.
"For our current and prospective customers, this training course is really the heartbeat of what Oxygen Forensics is all about," said Lee Reiber, Oxygen Forensics COO. "Since the world of forensics changes almost daily with technological advancements and hardware/software changes in devices, Oxygen Forensics remains committed to passing that changing knowledge on with modern forensic tools so experts can invest a couple of days to keep up to day with the technology and how to extract information in a forensic fashion."
Students attending an Oxygen Forensic training course will obtain a start to finish education on the use of Oxygen Forensic® Detective. The course introduces advanced methods of smart device collections and data analysis. Students will examine, collect and analyze data from iOS, Android, and Windows devices. Students will work to obtain physical images, understand file system formats, storage methods and evidence locations. Students also receive training and instruction on cloud storage and extraction techniques.
To find out more information on the complete training schedule for Oxygen Forensics please visit our website.
About Oxygen Forensics, Inc.
Founded in 2000, Oxygen Forensics is the worldwide leading maker of the advanced forensic data examination tools for smartphones and other mobile devices. The company is dedicated to delivering the universal forensic solution covering the widest range of mobile devices running Android, iOS, Blackberry, Windows Phone, Symbian and other operating systems. Law enforcement and government agencies, institutions, corporations and private investigators, help desk personnel and thousands of private consumers rely on Oxygen Forensics products to ensure evidence availability in the event of mobile device data analysis and recovery. For more information about Oxygen Forensics, please visit http://www.oxygen-forensic.com.
SOURCE Oxygen Forensics