Advanced Digital Evidence for Prosecutors (ADEP)

Provider: National Computer Forensics Institute (NCFI)

Target Audience: Prosecutors

Topic Area: Cyber Forensics, Cyber Investigations

Event Type: Training

Delivery Method: Classroom

Understanding the forensic process is critical for a prosecutor navigating a criminal case with digital evidence.  Prosecutors will dive deep into computers and mobile devices to find hidden artifacts, and learn to analyze multiple data sources together.  ADEP is a 5-day course that provides every attendee with the requisite skills using a combination of lecture and practical exercises.  One hour of ethics instruction will be included.

During this course, you will learn:
  • The Forensic Process for Computers and Mobile Devices
  • Sources of Digital Evidence
  • OSX/Windows and their Respective Forensic Artifacts
  • Data Carving
  • Digital Data Analytics
  • Search and Seizure of Digital Evidence
  • Writing Search Warrants
  • Cloud Storage
  • Encryption
  • Networks: Email, Compromises, and Point of Sale
  • Cellular Networks and Mapping Cell Tower Information
  • Social Networks
  • The Electronic Communications Privacy Act (ECPA) and the Collection of Digital Evidence from Third Party Providers
  • Preparing the Computer Forensic Examiner to Testify
  • Cross Examining an Expert


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