In 2002 HTCI opened the doors of the National Computer Forensic Academy (NCFA) to meet the growing demand for quality hands-on-training in Digital and Cellular forensics. Our courses encompass the full spectrum of Media Forensics. Our clients include most of the Federal investigative agencies, 100's of local police departments, numerous International Police organizations and Intelligence agencies around the world. In the past 6 years NCFA is an integral part of the U.S. Military's Intelligence and Law Enforcement training mission, providing highly skilled instructors and relevant instruction to agents and investigators worldwide.
Click here to see our entire course catalog. For your convenience some of our upcoming classes and conference appearances are listed below.
|Cellphone Repair Course (CCRT)||National Computer Forensic Academy||January 6, 2015 8:00 am||Register|
|Advanced Cellphone Investigations using JTAG||National Computer Forensic Academy||January 12, 2015 8:00 am||Register|
|Cellphone Collection and Identification Analysis Training (CPIAT) NCFA||National Computer Forensic Academy||January 15, 2015 8:00 am||Register|
|Media Exploitation for Military Police Operations (MEMPO)||National Computer Forensic Academy||August 11, 2014 8:00 am||Register|
|”Data Analysis Reporting Tool” Analyst Course Level 1 (DART1)||National Computer Forensic Academy||March 3, 2015 8:00 am||Register|
As a global leader in the field of Computer Crime Investigation and Computer Forensics, HTCI is uniquely qualified to provide expert instruction, proactive security management and computer forensic platforms to both the private and public sectors.
HTCI is continually looking to expand and add more services to our growing catalog, while still providing the absolute best in goods and services. One thing that will never change at HTCI is our commitment to provide the very best in services and equipment to you our customer.
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Over the last several years HTCI has developed and brought to market many innovative products. These products are being used by Intelligence Agencies and Law Enforcement Agencies around the world. The tools are based the requirements of investigators actively involved with digital forensic cases and are designed with out based upon our years of expertise in the digital forensic field.