071619 CERT-02 (16-17 July 2019 – Youngsville NC)

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The world of cyber forensics is exploding.  Devces are being recovered routinely that will be used in a judicial process.  What happens when those devices are broken or unable to connect due to a part malfunction.  Is the case over is the evidence lost?  The simple answer is No.  Our four-day training course will provide students with an in depth understanding of the physical cellular device.  The student will work though the theory of the cellular device and learn exactly how the device is constructed.  Once the student has a clear understanding of the theory and anatomy of the cellular device the student will move on to understanding of what problems can occur with the hardware of the cellular device.  Students will be exposed to techniques used by offenders to physically prevent the extraction of data from the cellular device. 

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The world of cyber forensics is exploding.  Devces are being recovered routinely that will be used in a judicial process.  What happens when those devices are broken or unable to connect due to a part malfunction.  Is the case over is the evidence lost?  The simple answer is No.  Our four-day training course will provide students with an in depth understanding of the physical cellular device.  The student will work though the theory of the cellular device and learn exactly how the device is constructed.  Once the student has a clear understanding of the theory and anatomy of the cellular device the student will move on to understanding of what problems can occur with the hardware of the cellular device.  Students will be exposed to techniques used by offenders to physically prevent the extraction of data from the cellular device.   

Using industry standard tools, the investigator will learn to deconstruct the cellphone using approved cellular technician methods.  The student will learn to solder fine connections without destroying or causing additional damage to a device.  The student will learn how to connect or attach new parts to fix the cellular devices so that evidence can be extracted.   

Upon completion of the course the student will be unable to diagnose the cellular device and aply a cognitive approach to the repair of the device to obtain evidentiary data.  The student will also be able to implement strategies that may not follow the traditional repair methods but have proven to be successful in restoring cellular devices to a working state or a state where and investigator can apply evidentiary principals to collect data.   

they can repair these purposeful or accidental modifications that have been made to the physical device.  the attendees with an enhanced ability to collect evidence from damaged or mis-configured cellular devices.  Students will have the ability to manually troubleshoot and fix devices in an evidentiary manner. 

Throughout the course the student will work on the devices in an evidentiary manner to ensure that the data extracted at the end of the course can be used in the judicial process. When the student returns to work the will have not only the tools but the expertise to conduct cellular repairs

Travel and Lodging

  • The HTCI classroom is located on the campus of SIRCHIE International, the worlds largest producer and supplier of Evidence collection material in the world.  The campus is made up of 126 acres of prime training ground.  A mix of first class classrooms and outdoor facilites make this an exceptional location to train in.  The HTCI classroom is located 30 minutes from the Raleigh/Durham airport for the convenience of students that must travel by air.  The facility is also serviced by two major interstates allowing for quick and easy access to and from the facility.

    The facility is a nonsmoking facility.  Students attending will be required to leave campus to smoke.

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Course Agenda

OBJECTIVES• The student will be able to install and troubleshoot MapLnk
• The student will understand analysis of call detail records
• The student will be understand nodal analysis
• The student will be able to review and correct spreadsheets for import to MapLink
• The student will be able to troubleshoot problems in the spreadsheet
• The student will be able to import call detail record extractions from multiple vendors
• The student will be able to One to Many report analyses
• The student will be able to identify metadata and plot the data on the mapping tool
• The student will be able to import KML files
• The student will be able to export KML files
• The student will be able to create unique suspect paths using custom icons and mapping tools
• The student will be able to develop a storyboard from detail reports
• The student will be able to create heatmaps using the call detail records
• The student will be able to produce prosecutors (actionable intelligence) report.
• The student will be able to prepare reports for inclusion in portal databases for enhanced analysis
Notes:
Student Schedule
(Proposed, as topics may move within the structure for time and external events)
Day 1

L-100 - Introduction
L-101 – Workstation Setup
P-1 – Review materials, tools, area, and work station setup
P-2 – Allow students to handle all tools and materials
L-102 – Anatomy of a Cellphone
P-3– Testing various parts for potential damage
P-4- hands-on with a battery

Day 2

L-200 – First Day Review
P-5 – Hands-on with a motherboard inside a device
L-201 – How to repair and clean
P-6 – Full cellphone diagnostic
P-7 – Troubleshooting faults
L-201 – Using the Internet to find solutions
P-8 – Full Cellphone PE assesses the damage and repair.

Day 3

L-300 – Second Day Review
L-301 – Heating Equipment & Techniques
L-302 – Soldering 101
P-9 – Students will use practice boards
L-304 – Water damage and the solutions to use
P-10 - Students must troubleshoot, Diagnose, and repair the issues with the phone.

Day 4

Final Exam -
3 phones - perform a full diagnostic. locate the damage, assess the damage and repair. Then collect the data.
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