Mobile Device Basics for Investigators

This class will introduce law enforcement officers and investigators to fundamental principles for addressing mobile devices

When Nov 28, 2017
08:00 AM 05:00 PM
Where SVRCFL Classroom
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Contact Phone 650-289-3036
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This class will introduce law enforcement officers and investigators to fundamental principles for addressing mobile devices with a focus on those running iOS or Android. It will also provide an overview of Cellebrite's general tools for extraction and review of data stored within those devices. The objective is to teach students forensically sound methods of dealing with mobile devices, resolving basic technical challenges, and creating an effective digital report of the material pertinent to their particular investigation. 

The class is designed to teach the following in both a lecture and hands-on format:
  • Best practices for seizure of devices depending on their state (locked, unlocked, off, etc.)
  • Use of Cellebrite UFED 4PC to extract data from a device
  • Use of Cellebrite Physical Analyzer to parse and review the data 
  • Creation of a digital report containing the data relevant to the investigation
Upon completion of this class, investigators should be able to conduct their own basic mobile device examinations using the SVRCFL Cellular Phone Kiosk (a free resource) or their department's own Cellebrite systems (if available).

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