offers training for lawyers and for engineers.
for more training dates, locations, and prices. If you
would like to know more about upcoming training, or
you would like to have us train employees at your location,
please contact us at training@SAFE-corp.com.
1: CodeSuite Certification Training
provides training in the use of CodeSuite. By completing
a single-day course in CodeSuite, you will receive official
certification from S.A.F.E. that you are an expert in
Abstract: This course will train you in how to use
CodeSuite®, the world's leading suite of tools for
pinpointing software plagiarism. You will learn how
to use all of the CodeSuite tools including BitMatch®,
CodeCross®, CodeDiff®, CodeMatch®, FileCount™,
FileIsolate™, and SourceDetective®. You will
learn how to filter out irrelevant results, how to generate
spreadsheets showing statistical information, and how
to interpret and explain the reports created by CodeSuite.
Practice sets of files will be provided so that you
can test your skills and receive instant feedback from
the instructor. You will also be given a chance to write
up your findings in a manner that is clear and precise
and can be used in a court of law. By finishing this
course successfully, you will receive official CodeSuite
certification from S.A.F.E., demonstrating that you
are an expert in CodeSuite. Those who receive certification
will be displayed prominently on our website and are
welcome to join the S.A.F.E. database of expert witnesses
to provide services to attorneys, law firms, and their
- Intellectual Property
Filter File Format
Source Code for Copying
Object Code for Copying
Source Code for Similarity
an Expert Report
Exam and Certification
Should Attend: This course is intended for expert
witnesses in areas of software and copyright
infringement as well as intellectual property
attorneys and software developers
who want to consult on IP litigation.
By the end of the course, students will understand software
source code correlation, software plagiarism, and specifically
have expertise in the use of the CodeSuite tools.
An understanding of programming.
us for the next date
||9 AM to 5 PM
On the web or in person at
SAFE Corporation, 20863 Stevens Creek Blvd., Suite
456, Cupertino, CA 95014
full day of training is $1,000 per person that,
after cerification, can be applied toward a CodeSuite
license any time during the next year. Cost includes
continental breakfast, coffee, and lunch.
||Streaming video of a prerecorded certification
|What you need:
||1. PC running any version of Windows.
2. Windows Media Player 9 or greater. (NOTE: once
you open the video it is tied to that computer and
that media player)
3. A free copy of CodeSuite (information about downloading
it will be emailed after purchase).
4. A code editor is recommended but not required
in order to examine and search through source code
5. Course Notes and Exercises workbook (emailed
6. Source code for the exercises (emailed after
||After placing your order, you will receive an
email with setup instructions, the course materials,
and a user login and password for the video. Your
order will be processed during regular business
hours 8 am to 5 pm Pacific Time.
self-paced training is $500 per person that, after
certification, can be applied toward a CodeSuite
license any time for up to one year. Cost includes
materials and CodeSuite licenses required for exercises.
2: Understanding Software Intellectual Property (4.25
California MCLE Credit Hours)
provides MCLE training through Zeidman Consulting, approved
MCLE Provider #14630.
Abstract: Software copyright infringement and trade
secret theft are problems of growing concern in industry.
These kinds of intellectual property theft may be purposeful
when performed to gain an unfair advantage over a competitor,
or they may be unintended as in the case of a programmer
that takes code from one project and uses it in another
project without first obtaining the appropriate rights.
In all cases, a formal methodology is required and a
standard, quantitative measure is needed to be able
to effectively compare source code from different sources
to determine whether trade secret theft or copyright
infringement has occurred. Just as important, legal
and technical definitions are needed. This seminar will
define important terms from a technical perspective
and a legal perspective so that litigation involving
software intellectual property is less a battle of experts
and more a quantitative comparison of repeatable results.
The seminar will examine various measures of software
correlation and various tools for detecting IP infringement.
- What Is
A Software Copyright And What Constitutes Software
Source Code Copyright Infringement?
- What Is
A Software Trade Secret And What Constitutes Software
Source Code Trade Secret Theft?
- What Is
A Software Patent And What Constitutes Software Patent
And Interpreting Software Source Code Correlation
For Detecting Software IP Theft
From The Trenches
Attend: This course is intended for intellectual
property lawyers and expert witnesses
as well as corporate executives, project
managers, and programmers who
are concerned about detecting theft and plagiarism of
their own code or avoiding theft and plagiarism by programmers
working for them.
By the end of the course, students will understand ways
of defining, detecting, and measuring software intellectual
property and its theft and infringement.
is $500 per person and includes lunch.
are trained at your location. To schedule training,
please contact us at training@SAFE-corp.com.
Zeidman is the president of Software Analysis and Forensic
Engineering Corporation and the president of Zeidman
Consulting. Bob has created CodeSuite®, the leading
suite of software tools for comparing and analyzing
software and is considered a pioneer in the fields of
software synthesis and analysis. Bob has served as an
expert witness in patent, trade secret, and copyright
litigation for plaintiffs and defendants where the stakes
were hundreds of millions of dollars or more. Among
his publications are technical papers on software and
hardware design as well as three textbooks -- Designing
with FPGAs and CPLDs, Verilog Designer's Library,
and Introduction to Verilog. He has taught engineering
and business courses at conferences throughout the world.
Bob holds numerous patents and earned bachelor's degrees
in physics and electrical engineering at Cornell University
and a master's degree in electrical engineering at Stanford