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Training: Macintosh Forensics
As Macintosh computers rise in popularity, training for law enforcement in recovering evidence seized from Macintosh computers is becoming increasingly important. NIJ funds training for law enforcement in the use of Mac Marshal, a digital forensics tool for use on Macintosh computers.
In addition to training on Mac Marshal, the course includes general training in Mac OS X computer forensics.
Take the Course
The developer of Mac Marshal, ATC-NY (a subsidiary of Architecture Technology Corporation), will provide training to state and local law enforcement at no cost to participants.
Date Modified: May 2, 2011