Meet Magnet Forensics’ Training Team: Hoyt Harness

We’re continuing our “Meet the Forensic Trainer” series this summer with an introduction to Hoyt Harness, who joined the Magnet Forensics Training Team in August. Hoyt’s extensive instructional experience began in the US military and continued through the civilian law enforcement world, a great foundation for being a Magnet Trainer. Read on below! Want to … Continued

Meet Magnet Forensics’ Training Team: Larry McClain

We’re continuing our “Meet the Forensic Trainer” series this summer with an introduction to Larry McClain, who joined the Magnet Forensics Training Team in July. Larry comes to us with many years of investigative digital forensics experience in both criminal and civil cases, as well as training experience from his military and law enforcement careers. … Continued

Meet Magnet Forensics’ Training Team: Lyn Goh

We’re continuing our “Meet the Forensic Trainer” series this summer with an introduction to Lyn Goh, another of the newer faces on our Training team. Lyn is based in the United Kingdom, where she worked in IT before migrating to digital forensics and later, digital forensics training. Read on below! Want to learn more about … Continued

10 Ways to Stay Current in DFIR

By Jessica Hyde, Director, Forensics I was asked recently what resources I think are most useful to helping a digital forensics and incident response professional stay current in DFIR, because there is so much information. In this post I’ve compiled a list of 10 of those resources that I personally use to try to stay … Continued

Meet Magnet Forensics’ Training Team: Doug Estes

We’re continuing our “Meet the Forensic Trainer” series this summer with an introduction to Doug Estes, another of the newer faces on our Training team. Doug also came to us directly from law enforcement, and talks a little about how his past experiences helped him develop his training style. Read for more below! Want to … Continued

Meet Magnet Forensics’ Training Team: Patrick Beaver

We’re continuing our “Meet the Forensic Trainer” series this summer with an introduction to Patrick Beaver, one of the newer faces on our Training team. Patrick came to us directly from the law enforcement world, with extensive experience investigating Internet Crimes Against Children cases, and describes how the training he’s personally participated in inspires him … Continued

Meet Magnet Forensics’ Training Team: Jamey Tubbs

Back in October we kicked off a new blog series to introduce the team of forensic professionals who make up our world-class Training division. We want you to get to know our trainers, the work experiences that have shaped them, and the knowledge they bring to the classroom as they teach our curriculum. To that … Continued

Magnet AXIOM Advanced Computer Forensics (AX250) Now Open!

We’re proud to introduce a new course for people who are looking to expand the capabilities of their computer forensics investigations: Magnet AXIOM Advanced Computer Forensics (AX250). This is an expert-level four-day training course. It is designed for participants who are somewhat familiar with the principles of digital forensics and are seeking to expand their … Continued

AX300 Brings Advanced Mobile Forensics to Magnet Forensics’ Training Suite

AXIOM Examinations (AX200) also now available as an online self-paced course. We have just introduced a new course for digital forensics experts who are looking to expand the capabilities of their mobile forensics investigations: Magnet AXIOM Advanced Mobile Forensics (AX300.) The course is an expert-level four-day training course, designed for participants who are familiar with the … Continued

Meet Magnet Forensics’ Training Team: Christopher Vance

Here at Magnet Forensics, we’ve built up a team of world-class training professionals that have countless years of experience in the forensics field. Because training is much more valuable if the person providing it has the knowledge and experience to bring it to life. We wanted to introduce you to our fantastic Training team so … Continued