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This webinar will cover the aspects of extracting data from databases on Smartphones. The technology of Smartphones has changed the way forensics is done, and the mount of data stored on the devices continues to grow. A large amount of the data is being stored in files such as DB, SQL and SQLITE. 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 cover the aspects of mapping cellular towers in connection with investigations. The attendee will be introduced to terminology such as Azimuth, sectors, beam widths, and latitude and longitude. The students will then be instructed on how to plot the locations in various mapping programs, how to label the orientation, identify the sectors, and also estimate a range for the towers coverage area MORE

LIVE WEBINAR TRAINING SCHEDULE   (ALL TIMES EASTERN)

 Social Networking Investigations

 iOS Backup Forensics

March 17, 2017
1-3 PM
Scott Lucas
$99
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March 24, 2017
1-3 PM
Glenn Bard
$99
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​​ Smartphone DB/SQL Forensics

 Mapping Cellular Towers

April 12-14, 2017
1-3 PM Daily
Glenn Bard
$249
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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. Additionally, examples of legal process as well as contact information for all the mentioned Social Networking sites will be given to each student.   MORE                

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Apple's iOS runs on some of the most popular mobile devices on the planet, used by millions of people every day. There are a large number of forensic tools which can successfully extract helpful data from these devices to aid in our investigations. But what happens if the device is no longer available to us?  What if the device has been destroyed or disabled in order to prevent our examination?  What if the data on the device has changed, and the key piece we are looking for is no longer present?MORE


March 10, 2017
1-3 PM
Glenn Bard
$99
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DIGITAL FORENSICS