A couple of weeks ago (when I was blogging about my mind being confused because I was working on New York Time), I did the FTK Advanced Live Online Training course.
It’s run by Syntricate, which is the training body of AccessData, although they offer courses from most of the well-known digital forensics companies.
I was a little concerned about how it would go, since I needed two screens to do the course, and the only way of making that happen was by using my forensics machine as one of them. You’d think this wouldn’t be a problem, but that one runs a USB version of Kali as its OS, which can make it difficult to do things like install the stuff needed to go on a training course.
However, it all worked remarkably smoothly. I wrote a review of the course over at Forensic Focus; you can read the full review here.