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Interested in Smartphone Forensics?

  • Tuesday, November 5th, 2019 at 3:30 PM EST (20:30:00 UTC)
  • Domenica “Lee” Crognale
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Overview

Have you considered enrolling in FOR585, or are you concerned that there is a prerequisite to taking Smartphone Analysis In-Depth? The webcast will address some of the key aspects that are covered in FOR585, as well as brush up on some of the common forensic terminology that is used throughout the material to get you up to speed when you enter the classroom on Day 1. Topics include: forensic terminology as it relates to smartphones, a sneak peek at the 585 SIFT VM, a smartphone acquisition overview, and a preview of some of the artifacts that this course will assist you in uncovering and interpreting.

Speaker Bio

Domenica Crognale

Domenica is one of the course co-authors of SANS FOR585: Advanced Smartphone Forensics. She has been working in digital forensics for more than 10 years and specializing in mobile devices since 2009. In previous jobs she has provided training to military and government agencies, worked on high-profile cases, tested and validated various mobile forensics utilities, and provided security assessments for many mobile applications. In her day job, she spends time dissecting third-party mobile applications, where there is no shortage of interesting data left behind. She maintains multiple certifications including the GASF, EnCE, CCE, and CISSP. @domenicacrognal

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