Drone Media Forensics

$2,950.00

The use of Drones is growing rapidly and expanding to criminal enterprises and terrorist organizations. Police Corrections Facilities and deployed militaries are dealing with drones on a regular basis. Read the news today and you are likely to find an article discussing the malicious use of a Drone. Strategies and techniques to properly collect and examine these devices are not widely known, leaving investigators with the following challenges: How do you collect Drones? How do you extract data from these devices? How do you report the information? How do you track the vehicles path associating to an individual?

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The use of Drones is growing rapidly and expanding to criminal enterprises and terrorist organizations. Police Corrections Facilities and deployed militaries are dealing with drones on a regular basis. Read the news today and you are likely to find an article discussing the malicious use of a Drone. Strategies and techniques to properly collect and examine these devices are not widely known, leaving investigators with the following challenges: How do you collect Drones? How do you extract data from these devices? How do you report the information? How do you track the vehicles path associating to an individual?
Many collectors stop after retrieving videos. Drones do much more than record video, they can transport illegal payload like drugs and weapons, but also deliver munitions or act as the projectile!
This course will cover all of these questions and more and will give you the skills to Collect, Preserve, Examine, and Report (CPER) the hidden intelligence within a Drone. In addition, you will leave with the skills necessary to collect and upload data residing from these mobile platforms.

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• Understand the dynamics of an inflight Drone
• How do you safely collect the Drone Device
o Fire Prevention
o Use of the Drone as a weapon against you
o Tracking of the enemy employing the tool
• Drone hardware and radio control devices
• Disassembly techniques. How to mine the gold
• Data file extraction
o Data Protection
o Creating the E01 Image
o Using Autopsy to review the data
o Data file conversion
• Understanding the logfiles
o Column definition
o Date and Time Conversion
o Power Conversion
o Auto and Manual Operations
• Mapping the device using MapLink
• Finding the trackable data within the device
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