The Cellebrite Social Network Investigations (CSNI) course is a 4-day program designed for technically savvy investigators, digital evidence analysts and forensic practitioners. This course provides students with an introduction to social media investigations to include pre-seizure actions and basic investigative techniques. Students will learn how to create undercover accounts and use open source intelligence to gather information from publicly available information from social networks such as Facebook, Twitter, Periscope, and more.
Using real life appliction and comprehensive instruction on legal processes (subpoenas, orders, warrants), students will learn how to identify and contact suspects.
To complete the work ow, students will learn how to properly seize devices for extraction and how to work with the data that is returned from forensic examinations. Students will also learn methods to de-conflict their cases from other law enforcement officers. As course progresses, students will be exposed to tools and techniques to collect social media evidence from devices and cloud data sources (UFED Touch and UFED Cloud). Students will earn a CSNI certificate documenting successful completion of a knowledge exam with a score of 80% or better.
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|Required Resources and Materials Provided|
|Students are prvoided a laptop suitable for participation and completing exercises as well as printed course manuals.|
|Satisfy attendance requirements
Achieve passing score on exam for certification
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|Prerequisites / Continued Learning|
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|No recertification requirement|
Students have a 45-day limited time period to access content and activities for this class.
After this period, students will only have access to feedback activities and certificates.
For all Instructor-led and Live Online courses, students must satisfy an attendance requirement of greater than 90% attendance to obtain a Certificate of Attendance
Students must pass an exam at the end of the course with a minimum score of 80 to attain certification.
Students will receive a maximum of two attempts. If a student fails their first attempt, they must request for their second attempt via Technical Support ticket.
Recommended next course(s) / certification(s): None