Friday, February 23, 2018


Core: Mobile Forensic Investigation-Hands-On Training

Mobile Forensics is an essential element of any investigation.cyb800-infobox

It is applicable to law enforcement investigations, corporate investigations, private investigations, criminal and civil defense, and electronic discovery.

Cell phones can contain vast amounts of digital evidence—e-mail, call logs, text messages, images, videos, and more.

Without proper training, obtaining and legally using mobile device evidence in an investigation can be challenging. 


Get started in Mobile Device Forensics.  Get hands-on experience.

This two-day hands-on course is geared around the Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM) format.  Instruction covers troubleshooting, understanding basic communication protocols using AT commands, overview of various logical tools, visually identifying devices, triaging devices, validation of findings, manual exams and reporting.

Upon completion of this course students will understanding the primary core fundamentals of mobile forensics to include the legal process, evidence contamination and prevention, logical tool protocols, changes tools can make to file systems, validation steps, manual exams and reporting their findings.  They will possess the knowledge to combat the areas of mobile forensics which can be the most vulnerable during criminal and potential civil proceedings.


This course aligns with the National Institutes of Standards and Technology (NIST) Publication 800-101, Guidelines on Cell Phone Forensics.


Course content includes:

  • Two-days of Hands-on labs cel-sim-lock-combo
  • Mobile forensics standards
  • Examination protocols
  • Evidence preservation
  • Faraday methods
  • Legal considerations
  • Cellular network
  • Subscriber Identity Module
  • Troubleshooting
  • Tool Validation
  • Phone Protocols
  • Mobile devices
  • Triage  (on/off) devices
  • Blackberry
  • Manual exams
  • Creating reports