A Round-Up Of The Rich Library Of Webinars Magnet Forensics Offered In 2016

In 2016, Magnet Forensics produced eight webinars covering topics like smartphone extraction, analyzing evidence in child exploitation cases, and Android Marshmallow forensics.

One webinar in particular provided a deep dive into our artifact creation tools – Magnet AXIOM’s Custom Artifacts and Dynamic App Finder. For people familiar with our searching and carving engine in AXIOM and IEF, this webinar proved to be a great resource for creating their own artifacts when one didn’t organically exist for searching a data set.

We also partnered with Griffeye and Teel Technologies to offer greater industry insight and to help webinar attendees get the most out of their tools.

Here’s a quick overview of all the webinars created in 2016. You can find and watch them all on our Recorded Webinars Page.PC Imaging with Magnet ACQUIRE – Community Edition 2.0
This webinar shows attendees how to image computers and removable media using targeted acquisition in Magnet ACQUIRE. You will also learn how to use other methods of acquisition in collaboration with ACQUIRE for the best results.

Finding and Analyzing Important Evidence in Child Exploitation Cases
Magnet Forensics and Griffeye team up to demonstrate the best techniques to use in a case to find and analyze data sources. The two teams show how to use these tools together to be efficient and effective.

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Advanced Smartphone Forensics, hosted with Teel Technologies
Join Magnet Forensics and Teel Technologies to learn how to get the most data from smartphones using a variety of extraction methods. We explore how to acquire and examine JTAG, ISP, Bootloader/Flasher Box, and Chipoff extractions in conjunction with Magnet Forensics tools.

Introduction to Magnet AXIOM
Get started with AXIOM by listening to this session which gives a great overview of our digital investigation platform. Jad Saliba demonstrates the power of AXIOM for acquiring images of smartphones and computers, searching and parsing those devices and building one case file for all devices, which can then be analyzed with AXIOM’s examination tools.

Taking the Mystery out of Android Marshmallow Analysis
Android Marshmallow added a layer of complexity for digital forensics with its new security features. In this webinar, learn how to obtain an image of an Android Marshmallow device and work through an examination of these devices.

Using Custom Artifacts and Dynamic App Finder to Investigate Mobile Chat Apps
Apps change constantly – in features, in popularity, in OS support, and more. Gather insight into the latest app trends an learn how Magnet AXIOM allows you to create custom artifacts to analyze application data and see the different ways you can get unsupported data into your case using AXIOM.

Investigating the Most Popular Browsers You’ve Never Heard Of
Chrome, Safari, Firefox and Internet Explorer are household names, when it comes to browsing, but what about all of those other browsers? In this webinar we highlight the browsers you need to be aware of and looking at in your examinations and investigations.

Forensic Examination of Privacy-Focused Mobile Chat Apps
Learn how to get information out of privacy-focused chat apps that are being used by criminals. As more people are aware of personal information and privacy in communications, these private chat apps are growing in popularity. We demonstrate some workarounds for these apps.

Check out our Blog and Follow @MagnetForensics on Twitter for updates on upcoming webinars for 2017.

If you have ideas for new webinars you’d like to see, we would like to hear about them. Reach out to Victoria Berry at [email protected]

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