The Cellebrite Trafficking and Exploitation Course (CTEC) is a three-day intermediate-level program specifically designed to deliver mobile device investigation skills to investigators, examiners, and practitioners assigned to child exploitation and human trafficking investigations. Nearly every child exploitation and human trafficking case involves the use of mobile devices and mobile networks. Extracting, analyzing and reporting mobile device evidence presents a formidable challenge for investigators who are faced with increased case demands, digital evidence forensic laboratory backlogs, limited resources, and limited time.
This course was specifically designed to teach child exploitation and human trafficking team members, investigators, examiners, first responders and personnel assigned to human trafficking and crimes how to extract, analyze and report mobile device evidence from a variety of devices. Participants in this course will gain a basic understanding of best practice methodologies for extracting and viewing data from mobile devices, conducting on-scene previews (triage) of mobile devices, creating investigative reports and familiarity with UFED Reader.
10 Executive Court
Napa, CA 94558