The McAfee Institute® brings you this exciting comprehensive course-Digital and Mobile Forensics.
This session will present specific background, tools, and techniques for conducting forensic investigations involving electronic mail and mobile forensic evidence. It will review the various information gathered from the direct email evidence and what evidence is gathered from mobile devices through forensic examination. The session will conclude with a "snippet" from an advanced mobile device forensic examination using acquisition software.
Upon completion of this exciting webinar, you will close more online investigations than you ever thought was possible, recover more losses for your organization and successfully prosecute more fraudsters in a 1/4 of the time… Guaranteed!
- Discuss how email factors into the investigative process
- Describe the basic functions of email
- Explain the Importance of Email Headers
- Describe the features and functionality of a mobile device
- Understand the process for collecting, securing, and preserving digital evidence
- An overview of a mobile forensic device acquisition
- iOS system
- Course Resources
- Investigating Email Crimes: Headers & Other Data; What can we Find?
- Background of Mobile Forensics
- Mobile Device Characteristics
- Memory Considerations & Identity Module Characteristics
- Cellular Network Characteristics & Other Communication Systems
- Forensic Tools
- Mobile Tool Classification Systems & Most Popular Forensic Tools
- Obstructed Devices
- Forensic Tool Capabilities
- Isolation & Security Enhancements
- Securing & Evaluating Evidence
- Radio Isolation Containers & Cellular Network Isolation
- Potential Evidence Text Messages - Emails - Photos
- Mobile Identification
- Tool Selection
- Mobile Device Memory Acquisition
- A sample from Advanced Mobile Forensics - Autopsy Demonstration - Acquisition
- Final Exam: Digital and Mobile Forensics
Your certification of completion is valid for 2 years. If you wish to renew the certificate, you simply need to take the program again to generate a new certificate of completion.