Magnet AXIOM Examinations (AX200)

  • Description

    This course is ideal for those who require intermediate-level training with a digital investigation platform that covers cases involving smartphones, tablets, computers, and cloud data in a single collaborative interface. This course is the perfect entry point for examiners who are new to AXIOM.

  • Title

    Magnet AXIOM Examinations (AX200)
  • Date

    German class in March 2019
  • Duration

    4 days
  • Language

  • Deadline

  • Prospects

  • Status

    Waiting list
  • Tutor

    Magnet Forensics
  • Location

    Basel (Plan)
  • Fees

    2'599,- US$ inkl. VAT

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Magnet AXIOM Examinations (AX200) is an intermediate-level course, designed for participants who are familiar with the principles of digital forensics, and seeking to use Magnet AXIOM for their investigations. Students will gain a deep understanding of the benefits Magnet AXIOM’s “artifact first” approach in optimizing investigative efficiency. At the conclusion of the four-day training course, participants will have the knowledge and skills they need to

  • acquire forensic images from computers, tablets, smartphones, and cloud evidence
  • configure Magnet AXIOM Process to recover the most-relevant artifacts
  • use Magnet AXIOM Examine to explore the evidence in greater depth, simplifying analysis activities by intuitively linking facts and data and
  • preparing key artifacts for collaboration with other stakeholders

Each module of instruction employs extensive scenario-based exercises, to reinforce the learning objectives, and further enhance the participant’s understanding of AXIOM’s functionality, and its application within the forensic workflow.


  • Installation of AXIOM and its core components, AXIOM Process and AXIOM Examine
  • Configurations of AXIOM Process for the acquisition and processing of digital evidence – including Single Stage Evidence Processing
  • Analyzing case data in AXIOM Examine
  • Utilization of hash sets, keywords, regular expressions, and filters to identify key artifacts
  • Navigation within the evidence set, using the Artifact, File System, and Registry explorer functionality
  • Application of bookmarks, tags and comments to prepare case evidence for exporting and reporting
  • Using AXIOM Examine visualization tools to emphasize user behavior patterns
  • Enhancing participant understanding of key artifacts; their locations and formats; the user and system behaviors which created them; and, the manner in which AXIOM recovers them
  • Building intuitive reports and sharing and managing portable cases with stakeholders

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