Cell Phone And Tablet Forensics

Mobile technology has become a powerful crime-fighting tool. Cell phones contain call history, contacts, text messages, web browser history, email, a Global Positioning System (GPS), and other location information that police and law enforcement agencies find valuable. Evidence from cell phones can help investigators piece together motives and events and provide new leads.

The most popular devices used to search the internet according to 2015 Global Web Index shows 91% of people use PC/Laptops, 80% use Smart Phones, 47% use Tablets and 37% use Game Consoles. According to Pew Research Center, in 2015 88% of teens have access to a cell phone. More than 85% of U.S. adults own a cell phone, 75% of which admit to never spending a waking hour without it.

This course is designed not just for law enforcement, but any laymen who are looking to retrieve information from a cell phone or tablet.

Some of the following terms listed below may seem technical, but this course is broken down into laymen terms, for anyone between the ages 16 to 50 years old can understand.

This Is What You Will Learn:

What is a Mobile Device?

Cell Phones
Tablets
Smart Watches
Navigation
iPhone vs Android vs Windows vs. Blackberry
iPhone – How To Recover

Pictures
Videos
SMS / Text messages
MMS messages
WhatsApp messages
Restrictions
Contacts
Notes
Call histories
Calendar entries
Voicemail
App files and data
Saved games
Any other data on your iPhone
Blackberry – How To Recover

Videos
Storage
Photos
App data
BBM
Bookmarks
MMS
Memos
SMS
Tasks
Call History
Calendar
Contacts
Emails
Android Dissecting

Google cloud
Android OS vs Jailbroken
Physical vs Logical Analysis

Pay for software
Freeware
IPhone and Android backups
Locations of backups
Encrypted vs Non-Encrypted
Preparing to analyze
Forensic vs Regular Copies
Which software to use
Sql and plist Viewers
Notepad vs Wordpad
Reincubate iPhone backup extractor
Now Secure Santoku
Loading backups
Cracking encrypted passwords
Bypassing locks
iCloud backups
Parsing data
Deleted information
Export to csv vs html
Presentation of findings
Certifications
Can it be recreated?
Who should take this course?

Law Enforcement – For investigation techniques
IT Personnel – Retrieving lost data from a employees cell phone
Private Investigators – For investigation purposes
Parents – For the purpose of monitoring what your kids are doing on their cell phone
Availability

This course is taught both as a self-paced online course as well as in a classroom setting.

What is included?

Instruction by an expert facilitator
Online Assistance
Specialized manual and course materials
Personalized certificate in Mobile Forensics
What you receive:

Participant Guidebook – This manual is filled with tons of open source intelligence resources that continue to enhance the learning process after the workshop is over.

Recommendation:

If you would like to learn how to make money in Mobile Forensics then we recommend you taking the course “Learn How To Make Money in The Cyber Security Industry.”

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