Since its introduction in 2018, Kroll Artifact Parser and Extractor (KAPE) has been adopted by a wide variety of government, law enforcement, and military organizations as well as commercial enterprises. KAPE is also currently covered in various courses offered by the SANS Institute. KAPE is the future of forensic investigations as it enables forensics teams to collect and process forensically useful artifacts within minutes.
Practical Training in KAPE – The Future of Forensic Investigations
KAPE is a free download that is actively updated with input from Kroll frontline responders and the DFIR community. For those users who want to accelerate their learning curve, Kroll offers three training options, each designed to meet different goals and needs.
KAPE Intensive: Half-Day or Full-Day Sessions
For teams looking to expedite digital forensic triage and analysis, the half-day and full-day sessions cover fundamentals as well as hands-on exercises. Sessions will cover:
Interested in Using KAPE in Your Practice?
- As a reminder, KAPE is free for any local, state, federal or international government agency. KAPE is also free for educational, research and internal company use.
- KAPE requires a enterprise license when used on a third-party network and/or as part of a paid engagement.
- Packages can include enterprise license, training and certification.
Read more about KAPE enterprise licenses here.
Faster Forensic Answers Start Here
Whether you’re up against cyberattackers or internal bad actors, KAPE will jumpstart your forensic investigations and get you to the data (and answers) you need faster than traditional means. Talk to one of our KAPE experts today to request a course outline, schedule a training session, or customize a session that fits your team’s needs.
All KAPE training is delivered by Kroll instructors.