CAIR (Case Agent Investigative Review) 1-Day
CAIR is one of the tools that the Silicon Valley RCFL uses in computer forensic examinations. We believe that the case investigator is the most knowledgeable person to conduct an analysis of digital media to determine its relevance to an investigation. For example, who better to determine that a particular e-mail between two individuals is relevant?
This course provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to effectively use CAIR to conduct a comprehensive review of digital media that has been submitted to and processed by the SVRCFL. This includes techniques to locate and examine e-mail messages, deleted files, documents, graphic files, as well as searching for key words and phrases.
Oxygen Forensics Training
Students will obtain an introduction to the Oxygen Forensic Detective and the many advanced features. Students will examine and analyze data from iOS and Android smart devices during the one-day event. In addition, students receive training and instruction on cloud storage, extraction techniques using Oxygen Forensic Detective, application analysis, and the built-in analytics. For additional information see the following course description and its second page.
Cellebrite Certified Mobile Examiners Course (5 days)
The Cellebrite Certified Mobile Examiners Course is designed for the intermediate or advanced investigator / digital forensic examiner. This five-day, 35-hour class combines the curriculum from the Cellebrite Certified Logical Operator (CCLO) and the Cellebrite Certified Physical Analyst (CCPA) courses, providing the participant with an intensive exposure to Cellebrite UFED, the Physical Analyzer software, and the core competencies associated with examining mobile devices using Cellebrite’s tools and methods. During the course, optional written exams and practical skill challenges are administered, and students may earn the Cellebrite Certified Logical Operator Certificate (CCLO) and the Cellebrite Certified Physical Analyst (CCPA). The cost for this course is $3,850 per student. Visit Cellebrite's Learning Center for more information regarding their various certifications. The two certifications listed above are described on two separate Learning Center pages; this page describes the Cellebrite Certified Logical Operator (CCLO) and this page describes the Cellebrite Physical Analyst (CCPA).
Image Scan Training
The Federal Bureau of Investigation’s (FBI) Computer Analysis Response Team (CART) developed the Image Scan system to help investigators locate the presence of picture files that may contain contraband on a computer. This system allows the investigator to view a variety of graphic formats during a consensual search, and protects valuable digital evidence by booting up a computer using the Linux operating system. After mounting the hard drive in a “read only” manner, Image Scan prompts the investigator to search for picture files only. During this process, the tool logs every step taken by the investigator, further documenting what occurred during the search process.
Law enforcement personnel that conduct on-site investigations for child pornography are encouraged to take the Image Scan training.
Seizing and Handling of Digital Evidence
Investigators learn how to collect and preserve digital evidence, and to integrate digital evidence into a case. Additionally, investigators are exposed to the advanced tools and techniques used by the RCFL, so they can better understand what to expect from a forensics examination. This course requires no prerequisites, but attendees should have a working knowledge of computers.
Cell Phone and Loose Media Kiosk Course
This three hour course will teach investigators how to analyze cellular phones, thumb drives, CDs/DVDs, and media cards using the RCFL's tools of the Cell Phone Kiosk and also the Loose Media Kiosk. This course teaches the basiscs of seizing this evidence and then how to process and analyze its contents. Instead of waiting for Forensic Examiners to analyze your evidence, you know can do it on your own using the tools you learn in this class. This is a hands-on course where you will do it before you leave!
Investigator learns how to use osTriage, the live response and triage tool. The tool provides more information to investigators in a few minutes than most full forensic reports include after months of waiting. osTriage can find images, videos, passwords, encrypted files, virtual machines, archives, and P2P files fast! osTriage can also capture memory which is becoming more and more critical.
Linux Boot CD
This course is designed for forensic professionals who will use the FBI developed Live CD for imaging anything from thumbdrives to RAID servers. Topics cover basic usage of the Linux Boot CD, imaging multiple devices simultaneously, and outputing to multiple devices simultaneously. Advanced topics include network acquisition, drive recovery, LVM and RAIDS.
UFED4PC is a tool by Cellebrite used to forensically capture digital data from cell phones, tablets, and other portable electronic devices. The class offers instructions on the use of UFED4PC, specifically how to perform a logical, physical and file system extraction of various makes and models of cell phones and tablets. Students are given opportunities to perform hands-on exercises. The class concludes with a quiz to test the students’ comprehension and understanding of the presented material. A tour of our lab will be incorporated into the day’s events. After going through this class, students will have all the training and knowledge needed to bring in a cell phone or tablet to their office or to the SVRCFL for their own preview.