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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


On-Scene Router Interrogation

June 21, June 28, July 5, July 13 and July 19

12-2 PM Daily

Glenn Bard
$349
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Mobile Device Investigations

Facebook Investigations and Forensics

September 4, 2018

12-2 pm Eastern

Glenn Bard
$99
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This webinar will cover the many aspects of conducting investigations involving Facebook®. 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. In this webinar the attendee will be instructed on where the different types of useful data can be found.   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 deal with a different wireless service provider.  In short this series will identify what is available on each network: retention periods, the wording needed to get it, and how to interpret the data. Each day will also include a demonstration of mapping techniques for that day's provider’s records, utilizing DART/Maplink  MORE


August 31, 2018

12-2 pm Eastern

Scott Lucas
$99
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September 14, 2018

12-2 pm Eastern

Scott Lucas
$99
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July 26, 2018

12-3 pm Eastern

Glenn Bard
$149
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DIGITAL FORENSICS

PATCtech

LIVE WEBINAR TRAINING SCHEDULE   (ALL TIMES EASTERN)

On-Scene Triage of Electronic Evidence

Smartphone Application Analysis

Mobile devices are an integral part of our everyday lives.  We carry them with us wherever we go, and rely on them to enable us to communicate, navigate, socialize and educate and entertain ourselves.  From an investigative standpoint, this is highly beneficial.  Mobile devices and provider records hold an enormous amount of information about the activities, movements and habits of our actors, victims and witnesses.   MORE


With the widespread availability of open wifi networks, it is increasingly likely that our bad guys may be committing their on-line crimes from locations other than their own homes. Additionally, when we are executing a search warrant at a scene, we need to make sure that we have accounted for every computer, mobile devices, network attached storage devices, and anything else that may be attached to the network. This makes it vitally important that we are able to explore the inner workings of wifi routers, and understand what information may be available, where it may be located, and understand its volatility.   MORE


Facebook Investigations and Forensics

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. 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.  MORE


August 3, 2018

12-2 pm Eastern

Scott Lucas
$99
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August 17, 2018

12-2 pm Eastern

Glenn Bard
$99
Details

Cellular Records Analysis and Mapping

Snapchat Investigations and Forensics

The technology of Smartphones has changed the way forensics is done, and the amount 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