Cellebrite Advanced Video Analysis (CAVA) is a five (5) day advanced course designed to serve as the next step for
students who have successfully completed any of Cellebrite’s courses, a vendor-specific training offering in multimedia
forensics, or students new to multimedia forensics who are seeking to dive right into processing a complex case. The
course covers evidence handling, complex work flows around codec management within virtual machines,
comparative analysis files retrieved from multiple locations, troubleshooting problematic file types, as well as the
creation of demonstrative exhibits and testimonial preparation for the eventual testimonial experience.
The curriculum is presented with strong emphasis on the workflow required to process this unique type of evidence
within the justice context. Beginning with the end in mind, each example is presented, and students work from the
standpoint of an eventual testimonial experience. Thus, the workflow serves to both build the experience (and memory
reinforcement) of performing the actions of analysis whilst preparing the student to eventually present the work to the
trier of fact.
The course materials, sample working files, and helper software will be provided via shared drive in the classroom.
Students are encouraged to bring their own samples / examples to see the demonstrated products and workflows in
action on familiar content.
Download course information here: Cellebrite Advanced Video Analysis
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to
Identify, given multiple evidence items, the appropriate workflow and use the appropriate tool set to answer quantitative questions and fulfill qualitative requests in a standards-compliant manner within an investigative context
This objective includes three tasks.
- Learners will be able to identify the relevant data and appropriate work flow for the processing of a given evidentiary item.
- Learners will be able to summarize (verbally and in writing) the relevant standards and best practices of this discipline so that a person without advanced legal and technical knowledge will understand the presented results.
- Learners will be able to demonstrate their understanding of the presented facts and ideas by interpreting, exemplifying, classifying, summarizing, inferring, comparing, and explaining their coursework
Successful completion of this course is defined as the student being able to demonstrate proficiency in the Course Learning Objectives by passing a Final
Exam assessment with a minimum score of 80.00% or higher to be awarded a Certificate of Completion.