Cellebrite Mobile Forensics Fundamentals - Live Online - In French 9:00-17:00 Paris/Brussels

Date: 22 - 23 Oct 2020 Days: Thu-Fri Hours: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM (timezone Europe/Paris)
Course type: Live Online
Region: Europe, Middle-East and Africa
Location: Live online
Enroll by: 22 Oct 2020
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Level - Entry
Course Length - 2 day
Delivery Mode - Live Online

The 2-day, Cellebrite Mobile Forensics Fundamentals (CMFF) course no longer represents an introduction to forensics, often referred to as the basics. Rapid evolutions in technology and the increasing variety of mobile communication devices and Internet of Things appliance demand more from persons engaged in digital forensics. The CMFF curriculum provides attendees with compulsory digital forensics core knowledge (fundamentals) including: 

  • mobile device communication networks, 
  • explorations of Android and iOS file systems, 
  • extraction methodologies, 
  • memory (NAND) functions, 
  • proper handling of digital evidence for use in administrative, civil, or criminal actions. 
Moreover, attendees will learn the reasoning and strategies (concepts) used by credible practitioners and organizations to form the future of digital forensic best practices. 

Although Cellebrite products are used in CMFF, the course is not a single tool or application-centric program. Cellebrite believes a responsibility exists to teach members of the digital forensic community the necessary competencies to conduct exams ethically, using universal professional standards.