EnCase Academic Program

The new EnCase Academic Program from Guidance Software, Inc. has been designed to provide institutions of higher education and professors with the essential tools to train students on computer forensics using the market-leading EnCase Forensic software.

To help academia handle the increased demand for new training and courses, Guidance Software’s EnCase Academic Program includes everything an educational institution needs to incorporate EnCase effectively into their curriculum. In addition to classroom software, participants in the program can add a license of EnCase Forensic software and self-paced Internet-based on-demand training. This training mirrors the in-class instruction taken by more than 5,000 professionals annually at Guidance Software training facilities. Upon completion of their school’s forensic program, students can opt to become an EnCase Certified Examiner (EnCE), giving them a competitive advantage as they enter the workforce.

EnCase Forensic is the premiere computer forensic software solution used by examiners and investigators conducting efficient, forensically sound, defensible, and repeatable data collection and investigations. The proven and trusted EnCase Forensic solution enables investigators to acquire data from a wide variety of devices, uncover potential evidence with disk level forensic analysis and craft comprehensive reports on their findings, all while maintaining the integrity of their evidence.

EnCase Academic Program is available today. Guidance Software offers flexible licensing options to meet the diverse needs of educational institutions worldwide. For more information about the EnCase Academic Program: www.guidancesoftware.com/encaseacademicprogram.htm or call (866) 973-6577.

Guidance Software offers EnCase and Tableau forensic products along with training to help digital investigators perform effective triage, collection, analysis, and archiving of electronic data.

 

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