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What CyberCrime Survival Will Teach You

Our goal is for investigators to implement what they've learned in this class immediately upon leaving it. The 16-hour, 2-day course includes:

How the Internet works
How to collect Legally Defensible Online Evidence
Detecting and preventing Internet crime No more explaining computer language to supervisors or legal counsel
Tracing Internet Protocol addresses
Conducting proactive and reactive investigations on the Internet
Investigating without being identified on webpages, social networking sites, instant messaging, IRC and more
Clear, concise, easy to understand evidence
Digital Officer Safety
Using WebCase®, the Online Evidence Collection Tool
Resources for locating evidence on the Internet

Upcoming training Dates:

For 2013 Vere Software is continuing to offering our training at a new training facility in Reno, Nevada.  We have partnered with the National Forensic Data Recovery Training Center ( to offer our courses at their facility. The following dates for the Cybercrime Survival course are available. Contact us immediately if you are interested in attending, seats are limited.

Course Name

Course Date

Course Availability

Registration Link


Cybercrime Survival Course         

January 7-8, 2013            Registration Closed       Register Here         
Cybercrime Survival Course March 11-12, 2013 Seats Available Register Here
Cybercrime Survival Course April 22-23, 2013 Seats Available Register Here
Cybercrime Survival Course June 24-25, 2013 Seats Available Register Here
Cybercrime Survival Course August 12-13, 2013 Seats Available Register Here
Cybercrime Survival Course September 16-17, 2013 Seats Available Register Here
Cybercrime Survival Course November 12-13, 2013 Seats Available Register Here

Cybercrime Survival consists of a series of data-driven scenarios where students will identify information in order to locate and identify suspicious activity. Students will be given instruction and advice on how to perform evidence collection and analysis, then allowed to form conclusions based on hands-on work. The exercises help the student to develop an investigative mindset about the Internet.

Because this course addresses the basics of cybercrime investigation, students should not expect extremely advanced material in any single area, although the instructors will discuss more advanced subjects if asked.

All course materials and a Certificate of Completion will be provided to students.


Who Should Take CyberCrime Survival?

Law enforcement, corporate or private investigators with:

  • Basic to intermediate computer skills
  • Background in hard disk forensics but little experience in cybercrime investigation

This course is an excellent way for someone with general investigative knowledge to enter the Cybercrime investigations field.

Prerequisites: Students must be comfortable using a personal computer and browsing the Internet with Internet Explorer.


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