The Wisconsin Association of Computer Crime Investigators (WACCI), is a growing group of law enforcement and private sector professionals that have joined together to exchange information regarding computer crimes.
Our monthly meetings attract a wide range of experts who share investigative techniques, discuss new technology and assist each other in the investigation of computer-related crime. These training sessions attract the top local/ regional experts in computer crimes/ forensics, drawing expertise from both law enforcement and private industry.
WACCI members also work to increase public awareness regarding computer- related crimes. See the content below for information about our Executive Board, Committees, and by-laws.
New Training Opportunity
- Last Updated on 31 July 2014
The Waukesha County Sheriff’s Department is hosting a 3 day Lantern 4 cell phone class.
Lantern Certified Examiner Course
This course will give the student the foundation necessary to conduct analysis of any Apple Mobile Device. It will cover the iOS architecture to include hardware and operating system. From incident response to completing the exam, the student will manually, and with the aid of the automated tools Lantern and Lantern Imager, parse and report artifacts.
The course topics will include…
- Incident Response
- Logical Extraction
- Forensic Analysis
- Operation of Lantern
- Physical Extraction
- Manual Examination of Applications
- iDevice Basics
- Android Extraction and Analysis
- Mac Analysis
**Interested persons can register directly through Katana Forensics website.