Briefly: RemoteScan launches iPhone app, ATC forensic course

ATC to offer free forensic training

RemoteScan has launched a new mobile application that allows users to remotely operate scanners that are connected to computers and workstations. With iRemoteScan, documents and images can be scanned directly to an iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad from any standard document scanner. Users can then import the scanned images into other applications, or share them via e-mail. iRemoteScan is a free application, however it requires an official copy of the RemoteScan server software.

ATC to offer free forensics training to state and local law enforcement

With the help of a grant from the National Institute of Justice, ATC will be offering free P2P forensics and Macintosh forensics training to state and local law enforcement. The courses are taught by law enforcement investigators and ATC staff who helped developed the products. In addition to the general training provided by the course, attendees will also receive P2P Marshal and Mac Marshal at no extra charge. PSP Marshal is a tool that can automatically detect, extract, and analyze P2P evidence on a hard drive, while Mac Marshal can be used to analyze Mac OS X file system images. Upcoming classes include Wichita, KS on July 28 and 29; Portland, OR on August 5 and 6; and Atlanta, GA on September 22 and 23.

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