|This webinar series is designed to instruct officers, investigators and detectives on the various Social Networking sites currently used by victims, witnesses and suspects. Each of the sites will be explored, and the different types of evidence will be examined. The student will also be introduced to the different types of evidence, and where it can be located and properly collected. MORE|
Are you frustrated with the results you get from Google searches? Google can provide a wealth of information to investigators beyond just simple searches for names or keywords. In this webinar, we will explore and demonstrate different tips and techniques to maximize the search capability of different Google tools.
Extensions (or Add-Ons) are mini-apps you add to your internet browser. In this webinar we’ll explain how extensions work and explore some free extensions that will make your online investigations more efficient and effective.
The Dark Web contains world wide web resources not indexed by search engines such as Google. Those resources are commonly only accessed via the use of computers and mobile devices running specialized software. And many times, the resources contain information or offer items that are criminal in nature. Additionally, these sites are using digital cryptocurrency Bitcoin for monetary transactions.This webinar will introduce the attendee to how the Dark Web works, how the sites can be accessed, and how Bitcoin is used to pay for the services offered by these resources, as well as discussing artifacts created on computers and mobile devices using these resources. MORE
|In this webinar series the attendee will be introduced to the different types of cellular records available from the most popular wireless service providers in America. Each session will cover a different wireless network, and the specific types of data held by that network. Each day will also include a demonstration of mapping techniques for that day's provider’s records, utilizing DART/Maplink. MORE|
|Facebook® is currently the second largest website on the internet, and the largest social networking site. As such it has become a part of many people’s daily lives. This webinar will cover the many aspects of conducting investigations involving Facebook®. In this webinar the attendee will be instructed on where the different types of useful data can be found, as well as what Facebook® artifacts our forensic tools can recover from computers and mobile devices. MORE|
|Email is one of the primary ways people communicate today. Because of this, email often enters into our investigations, regardless of the type of crime we are investigating. Unfortunately, the volume and type of messages in an email account often make them difficult to deal with, and merely printing them individually can be impossible or impractical. We need to be familiar with the different types of emails we may encounter, as well as being aware of how we can recover, preserve, export and examine them. MORE|
The internet offers a wealth of free, publicly available information to investigators. Some sources are legitimate and some offer teaser information and then reroute you to paid services and sites. This wealth of free, publicly available information can be invaluable to your investigations. This webinar will explore and demonstrate techniques for using public record searches and online tools to find information that wouldn’t necessarily show up through searches on search engines.
|Snapchat has become an ever-increasing presence in law enforcement investigations. The application can be used to communicate, or for following the “stories” of others. And many Law Enforcement professionals don’t fully understand how the app works, and are having difficulties locating the evidence needed for their investigation. This webinar will outline the locations where evidence may be located, and how the investigator can preserve and obtain the data. MORE|
|The technology of Smartphones has changed the way forensics is done, and the mount of data stored on the devices continues to grow. Everything from website bookmarks, to voicemails dates and times, to pictures being stored in BLOB data is able to be recovered from a thorough examination. This webinar will introduce the attendee to the process of extracting data from these files, and also reveal some of the best places to look for hidden evidence. MORE|
|This webinar will go beyond the search boxes on popular social media sites like Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter to demonstrate advanced search techniques to find profile information, posts, images and video as well as connections and commonalities among users. Some of this information is still accessible even if a user’s profile or posts are private. We will also explore the use of third party sites and services to locate social media posts such as location based searches. MORE|
Gone are the days when we can just arrive at a scene, pull the plug on a computer tower, and take it back to the office for forensic examination. Valuable data can be lost forever if not collected at the correct time, in the correct manner. This webinar is intended to make investigators and responding officers aware of the types of electronic evidence that they may encounter, appropriate methods for seizing this evidence, special situations officers may encounter, and effective and appropriate tools and techniques for on-scene triage of electronic evidence
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|This webinar was specially designed to introduce arson investigators with how to use cellular records in arson investigations. The attendee will be introduced to cellular records analysis, and how they can be used to aid in identifying if a subject may be involved in setting fires. MORE|