This course provides people with an understanding of communications data and the skills needed to identify, acquire and analyse comms data for use as either intelligence or evidence.
The course teaches people to apply an investigative mindset to the interrogation of communications data and focuses on the key differences and opportunities provided by traditional telephonic, SMS & GPRS data versus new data sets such as VOIP, WiFi Calling, Packet Data and other formats that continue to emerge as communication technologies evolve.
The programmes can be taught at the Avatu Academy or at any suitable venue.
For overseas clients, we will need to make sure country specific data sets have been obtained from the relevant service providers.
If required, the course can also include the introduction of comms data analysis tools and training in their use.
This course is provided at three levels of complexity:
By the end of the course you can expect to:
Police officers and anyone who wishes to search for information, intelligence or evidence on digital devices, such as mobile phones, tablets and GPS devices.
Our lead trainer is an expert on the multiple disciplines of digital investigation with 17 years' UK police service.
He continues to provide training, guidance and knowledge in his specialist field and is often consulted during the most complex, high profile criminal and cyber investigations.
He is a superb operational user of, and trainer in, digital media investigation techniques, including the use of communications data, digital forensics & open source intelligence.