BitSec Global Forensics™ delivers the very best computer forensics and information security training worldwide. And we only partner with industry leaders that provide the same caliber of technical expertise and knowledge.
Guidance Software’s suite of EnCase® solutions provide an enterprise investigative infrastructure that enables corporations, government and law enforcement agencies to conduct effective digital investigations, respond promptly to eDiscovery requests and other large-scale data collection needs, and take decisive action in response to external attacks. BitSec is a Guidance Software licensed training partner and one of only a few training partners in the world that can offer all of their popular EnCase® forensic courses. BitSec Global Forensics was named top Guidance Software Training Partner for the third quarter of 2009 having trained more students then any other Guidance training partner in the world.
BitSec Forensics is a licensed HBGary training partner and software re-seller. “We are very pleased to announce this partnership with BitSec Forensics, one of the premier forensics consultancy firms in the industry. Today hackers can detect anti-virus and other security solutions and build attacks that bypass these solutions. As a result, malware is increasingly being found in computer memory. By detecting and analyzing the malware in memory, HBGary can help provide organizations with the invaluable intelligence on the origin and capabilities of other malware found in their systems. With the right tools such as HBGary Responder and expert training from BitSec Forensics, Fortune 500 and other organizations can better protect their confidential data,” said Greg Hoglund, CEO and founder of HBGary.
F-Response enables virtually any eDiscovery, data recovery or forensics tool to be used over an IP network. It works by creating a network connection between the live subject machine and the examiners machine via raw (all sectors), physical, read-only access to the drives and now physical memory on the subject machine. In 2009, BitSec was named as the first ever F-Response licensed training partner.