In this interactive training, participants learn how to dismantle and reassemble mobile phones with the aim of performing a data extraction in a forensically correct manner.
For whom is this training intended? This five-day training course is intended for (digital) investigators who deal with damaged mobile devices that require repair before data extraction is possible.
What do you learn during the training?
Properly replacing key components of mobile phones and USB drives.
Forensically recovering data from damaged mobile devices.
Replacing parts such as charging ports, LCD screens and certain buttons of a mobile phone.
Importing, analysing and reporting UFDR files in Cellebrite Reader.
Heat and soldering techniques.
At the end of this training, the participants take a practical exam in which they use UFED technology. Upon successful completion, participants will receive the Certified Evidence Repair Technician Forensic certification.
The training offer from Cellebrite is surprisingly big. In addition to the CMFF, CCO, CCPA and CASE courses, there are more! Contact us for more information!
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