Arsenal training is designed to help improve your mastery of our tools and digital forensics techniques.
AIM Online Training covers a vast amount of functionality with a focus on how AIM mounts the contents of disk images as complete disks in Windows, thereby allowing users to benefit from disk-specific features like integration with Disk Manager, launching virtual machines (and then bypassing Windows authentication and DPAPI), managing BitLocker-protected volumes, mounting Volume Shadow Copies, and much more.
Duration: Approximately 6 hours from start to finish
Online Training Highlights:
Created by the developers of AIM
Designed to improve (and demonstrate) your AIM mastery
All video demonstrations include downloadable step-by-step instructions
Priced affordably at $158 to be accessible to all digital forensics practitioners
Estimated time from start to finish is six hours
Practical examination and certification
AIM Online Training is hosted by SUMURI. To purchase and begin, please:
Create an account on the SUMURI website at https://sumuri.com/my-account.
Go to https://sumuri.com/course/arsenal-image-mounter-training and click the “Purchase Course” button.
After purchasing, you will be able to access the training whenever you would like – it will not expire!
AIM Online Training has been developed by Emina and Anastasia at Arsenal.
Emina is a Digital Forensics Examiner and has been a member of our team since 2012. She will be your lead instructor during the training. Emina earned both a bachelor and a master’s degree in Physics from Samarkand State University in Uzbekistan, then an associate’s degree in Digital and Computer Forensics and Investigations from Bunker Hill Community College in Boston.
Anastasia is a Digital Forensics Analyst and Information Security Architect and has been a member of our team since 2020. She earned a master’s degree in Information Technologies from Volgograd State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering and an Information Security and Protection certification from Bryansk State Technical University in Russia.