Live VFC Demonstration via Webinar
Live Online Demonstration of All Features of VFC
On the 6th, 7th and 8th February 2018, MD5 will be holding a series of hour-long webinars, offering customers the opportunity to see all features¹ of VFC – new and old – demonstrated and explained live. Our Sales Manager, Iain Nash, will be giving the demonstrations.
6th February: 14:00 & 16:00 (GMT)
7th February: 10:00 (GMT)
8th February: 18:00 (GMT)
As an existing customer and user of Virtual Forensic Computing software, MD5 wanted to offer you the opportunity to sign up you or your colleagues to one (or more²) of these sessions. You could treat it as a mini-training course for new team members, a refresher course for experienced team members or just an exposition for managers, budget holders or senior staff.
Places will be on a first-come-first-served basis so please only book if you know you can attend and let us know if plans change at the last minute so we can invite other interested parties to join us. If you have conference room facilities, there is no limit to the people you can sit in front of the connection.
Spaces are limited so please respond quickly if you are interested, however we may expand the capacity, subject to demand so if you have missed out, please drop us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will notify you if further places become available.
To enable the sessions to flow smoothly, the demonstration itself will be given with one-way-audio, however we welcome questions during the session, submitted via the chat function, and will address all questions at the end of each webinar, time permitting.
We hope, if the sessions are well received, that these will be the first of many moving forwards and plan to offer similar opportunities on a regular basis. Later, we plan to offer input on how Virtual Machines can be used to support a Digital Forensic investigation.
We would like to keep you up to date of future planned activities. Please click the link below if you wish to be kept informed of this and similar events.
Many thanks for your time and we hope to see you at one of our webinars.
From the VFC Team at MD5
¹ We will explain Restore Point Forensics but this will not be demonstrated live as it will take too much time. A later session may be organised specifically to focus on this feature. Please let us know using the comments on the booking form if you would be interested in attending any such future sessions.
² Please note, due to the presentations being given live (they will not be scripted), each will be slightly different, however the subject matter will be the same so there is no reason to attend more than one. If you have different colleagues on different shifts, we do recognise the same agency may wish to sign up to multiple sessions.
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“I found your VFC Demonstration most useful as it is an area I have been discussing with a colleague and how we would be able to utilise the standalone VM to assist in communicating evidence to lay people. The addition to be able to stitch in a second drive is a brilliant addition to the product as we are now able to fully replicate the users environment rather than just their Windows installation drive. I was scratching my head as to why a user in the wild would ever want to put their paging file on another drive and can happily confirm that I have never seen it but I’m more confident we can overcome the issue thanks to your input.”
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“VFC has become an essential tool in our forensic investigator's toolkit. It provides investigators an insight into the suspect's perspective by actually seeing the user's desktop, settings and user environment. Screen captures from the suspect's environment add significant weight to the forensic report when describing how the suspect utilized the computer to facilitate the crime. VFC is truly a tool that I rely upon and use in all my computer investigations!”
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