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Making Sense of Cellebrite Data
Each cell phone stores a wealth of data that can be extracted with mobile forensics tools like Cellebrite. Once you’ve extracted data, what do you do with it and how do you make sense of it all?

Join Tyler Smith, Detective with the Murfreesboro Police Department and Federally Sworn Task Force Officer with the United States Secret Service, as he uses a real case example to demonstrate:

• Exporting data from Cellebrite
• A brief analysis of data imported from Cellebrite
• Solving cases quicker with spatial location analysis
• Generating reports with your data
• Enhancing your report using annotations from messages

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*This webinar is eligible for a certificate of attendance.
**This webinar is limited to active law enforcement and military personnel only.

Aug 24, 2021 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Tyler Smith
Detective with the Murfreesboro Police Department and Federally Sworn Task Force Officer with the United States Secret Service
Detective Smith works at the Murfreesboro Police Department and is a federally sworn Task Force Officer with the United States Secret Service in Nashville, Tennessee. Most of his work at the Secret Service involves working with the Electronic Crimes Special Agent Program (ESCAP). He has completed hundreds of hours of training at the United States Secret Service’s National Computer Forensics Institute in Hoover, Alabama specializing in Basic Computer Evidence Recovery Techniques (BCERT), Mac Forensics Techniques (MFT), Advanced Forensic Techniques (AFT), Network Intrusion Response Program (NITRO), and Undercover Online Investigations (UCO) in addition to several cybercrime conferences across the country