CDL Training Facility
2811 Internet Blvd, Suite 100, Frisco, Texas 75034
Introduction to Digital Forensics (Intense 2-Day course)
Cost: $250 per person
FREE for Law Enforcement and Military Veterans
Duration: 2 Days (9am to 4pm, lunch provided)
Location: UNT Cyber Forensics Lab (Frisco)
Registration: Send an Email with your Name, Title, Company, Phone Number to Info@CyberDefenseLabs.com
Introduction to Digital Forensics is designed for those interested in the field of Digital Forensics, whose current job touches on Digital Forensics topics or responsibilities (e.g. First Responders), and/or anyone who could benefit from knowing more about the basic elements of Digital Forensics.
This course will establish basic knowledge of Digital Forensics fundamentals (technical and procedural), the differences between performing digital investigations in the public and private sectors, and discussions and demonstrations pertaining to Digital Forensics technologies and tools. Access to online virtual labs is available to registered attendees upon request. This is an exciting, fun, and fast-paced course, covering 15 chapters in 2 days… so the ability to absorb and process a lot of information is important.
Instructor(s): Mike Saylor is the CEO of Cyber Defense Labs, Inc. and a professor of Cyber Security and Digital Forensics at Collin College and The University of North Texas. Mike has almost 20 years of experience as a College professor in topics of cyber security, cyber crime, and digital forensics investigations and over 20 years of experience conducting internal Corporate security investigations, providing litigation support and expert testimony, and supporting almost every level of law enforcement on cases related to cyber crime. Mike is also a co-author of the 4th edition of Cyber Crime and Cyber Terrorism, published by Pearson in 2018; a member of the North Texas Crime Commission Cyber Crime Committee, the FBI Infragard, and the USSS North Texas Electronic Crimes Task Force.
Mike O’Daniel is the COO of Cyber Defense Labs, Inc. and a professor of Cyber Security and Digital Forensics at Richland College.