Please join us at our next virtual BlackBag Forensic Workshop where attendees will learn digital investigation techniques for Mac and Windows. This two-hour overview session, will take place on April 15th from 11am-1pm PST / 2–4pm EST.
During this session, we’ll be showing you the new triage features within MacQuisition 2020 R1 and our new the ability to remotely collect data from Macs. We’ll also be showing the latest enhancements within BlackLight 2019 R3 that many of our users requested throughout the past year.
Please come along and let us show you why BlackLight and MacQuisition should be part of your everyday solution.
Anyone interested in learning more about BlackBag products and services who does not currently use our tools.
Winner will be notified via email after the workshop is complete.
Team Lead, Solutions Engineer
Prior to retiring as a detective in California, Justin completed California DOJ’s computer and mobile device training and conducted digital evidence exams for investigations. As a detective, he investigated missing persons, domestic violence, burglaries, major accidents, and homicides. In 2012, Justin retired from the Navy after 20 years of active and reserve duty as a Navy SWCC.
Stephanie has a been a digital forensics analyst working in the Federal Government space for 15 years prior to coming to BlackBag. Her background is primarily in Counter-Terrorism and Counter-Intelligence investigations, but also worked closely with federal law enforcement agencies on a routine basis. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Management Information Systems from George Mason University, and Masters of Forensic Science degree from George Washington University. She loves to tackle interesting problems in the community, and hopes to go back for her PhD in the next couple of years.