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CELLULAR TRIANGULATION AND FORENSICS


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Length: 5 Days (40 Hours)

Designed For: Investigators seeking to enhance and apply their skills in identification and recovery of mobile device digital evidence, analysis call detail records, and effective articulation of relevant findings

Prerequisites: Military and specific law enforcement officers (see below)

Requirements: Students are required to supply their own laptop or tablet.

**This class is limited to military students and to specific law enforcement students with the approval of the Director of Training. Law Enforcement students must be assigned investigative duties and be employed by a federal, state, or local agency with a jurisdiction of more than 1 million in population. Please contact tim@rcta.org for more information.**

Description: This course training will teach CHDR (Cellular Historical Data Reconstruction). CHDR is designed to teach investigators how to effectively utilize subscriber call-detail-records (CDRs) and relative tower location information in their investigation. Specifically, the course prepares the investigator to, identify, preserve, analyze and report incriminating data extracted from cellular phones or other mobile devices.

Objectives Covered:

  • Identifying and successfully processing mobile devices and accompanying peripherals as evidence when responding to a crime scene.
  • Acquiring digital evidence from mobile devices using industry-accepted techniques and alternative methods.
  • Analyzing acquired data from mobile devices.
  • Developing a report the findings.
  • Logical and Physical extraction of iPhone and iPad without the need of iTunes
  • Logical and Physical imaging of Android devices, with password bypass capabilities
  • Advanced Analytics with Graphical Data Visualization
  • Customizable reports

Taught by Gus Dimetrelos, Cyber Forensics 360