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Cellebrite Launches Mobile Forensic Examiner Training

October 04, 2013  | 

Cellebrite announced the launch of a new training and certification program with a standardized mobile forensics training curriculum.

The program covers best practices through classroom-based training, live online training, or self-paced online training. Online classes will be available later this year, according to the company.

The eight-hour training course covering the fundamentals of digital evidence on mobile devices will focus on how mobile phones and other devices store data, and the best practices to use to isolate and preserve the data.

A 16-hour training course covering logical extraction and analysis is geared toward responders who need actionable intelligence from a variety of handsets in varying environmental conditions.

The 24-hour training course covering physical extraction, decoding and analysis, is focused on all the features and functions of the UFED Physical Analyzer software.

After earning the Cellebrite Certified Logical Operator or Cellebrite Certified Physical Analyst credentials upon completion of the courses, trainees will be eligible to test for the Cellebrite Certified Mobile Examiner (CCME) credential.

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