Valuable experience with the Forensic Toolkit as well as training in forensics fundamentals and AccessData bootcamp.
Certifies professionals in cryptography, physical security, business continuity planning, law, investigation and ethics, among others.
The CFE credential denotes proven expertise in fraud prevention, detection and deterrence.
This program consists of a series of courses that emphasize security issues and approaches protection of the information infrastructure.
The DFCP designation is only available to Digital Evidence Professionals with a minimum of 5-years experience related to digital evidence or digital forensics, and recipients must demonstrate at least 2 or more years of practical experience. The DFCB certification program was developed with National Institute of Justice (NIJ) funding. The Digital Forensics Certification Board (DFCB) professional certifications are independent and community driven.
Provider of software solutions that search, identify, recover and deliver digital information in a forensically sound manner
Avansic has two iCONECT Certified Administrators on staff who have learned the full range of the iCONECT nXT server. This is an annual certification and ensures that these individuals know all of the end user features, web administration configurations, and database management.
Designated by the National Security Agency as a Center of Excellence in Information Assurance Education, this one of the leading institutes in the country of its kind.
LAW PreDiscovery e-discovery imaging and electronic processing software offers the power to filter and cull non-responsive e-discovery and scanned documents before review, eliminating unnecessary litigation costs and reducing time.
Concordance® discovery management software delivers the most effective, cost-efficient way to manage and review the high volume of documents—scanned paper, e-mail and electronic documents—generated during litigation. Avansic has a Concordance Certified Software Administrator on staff.
A set of criteria designed to measure information assurance academic programs and professionals.
A leader in specialized computer forensic software.
The Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC) is a vital security measure that will ensure individuals who pose a threat do not gain unescorted access to secure areas of the nation's maritime transportation system. TWIC was established by Congress through the Maritime Transportation Security Act (MTSA) and is administered by the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) and U.S. Coast Guard.