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SEARCH Provides Training Expertise at National Conference Geared to the Digital Forensics, Cybersecurity, and eDiscovery Industries

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SEARCH’s Cybercrime and Digital Forensics team is continuing their busy Spring schedule of training this week in Wilmington, NC, at the Techno Security & Digital Forensics Conference–East.

“This event offers the latest tools, training, and solutions to challenges facing the digital forensics, cybersecurity, and eDiscovery industries, and brings together private sector and government attendees to build collaboration,” explained Mrs. Lauren Wagner, Program Manager of SEARCH Cybercrime and Digital Forensics. This year is the 25th anniversary of this important event.

Specifically, SEARCH is providing training on mastering the art of Google Boolean operations and advanced search features. The session is being led by Ms. Wagner, and takes place Thursday, June 6.

The target audience for this training is corporate, private-sector and government investigators, law enforcement, police, prosecutors, and attorneys.

Mrs. Lauren Wagner, Program Manager of SEARCH Cybercrime and Digital Forensics, leads a "Become a Google Jedi" session on Thursday, June 6, at the Techno Security & Digital Forensics Conference–East.

The Training

“Become a Google Jedi: Building a Better Boolean String”
Google is everyone’s go-to search engine, but most people aren’t utilizing it to the full capability. By mastering the art of Google Boolean operators and advanced search features, investigators will learn how to filter search results and uncover relevant information, saving them valuable time and effort. This session will show detailed examples of queries and methods that will enhance productivity and improve outcomes in today’s digital world.

The Trainer

Lauren Wagner

Program Manager, Cybercrime and Digital Forensics

Lauren Wagner

Program Manager, Cybercrime and Digital Forensics

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