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Autopsy: Utilizing the Portable Case Option Part 2
On Demand
Duration: 75 Minutes

Recorded on June 11, 2020

Part 2 of a 2 Part Series

Autopsy is a free and open source digital forensics platform with many features comparable to those found in the leading commercial tools. This is Part 2 in our 2-part Autopsy webinar series; Part 1 walked through setting up a new case and effective tool usage and Part 2 will explore utilizing Autopsy’s Portable Case.  Attendees will learn why a portable case is a good option for a forensic examiner to pass digital evidence to the investigators or prosecutors for further analysis and review.  With a portable case, the examiner can focus on processing the digital evidence, allowing the investigator to review the results of the examination and determine if there are items of evidentiary value.

This webinar will focus on how to create a portable case, as well as how to effectively walk investigators and prosecutors through using a portable case to review digital evidence to identify data of evidentiary value.

Attendees should be familiar with the basic inner workings of digital forensics, as this webinar series will not delve into explaining how each ingest module works. A deeper dive into Autopsy and other digital forensic suites is covered in our DF201 Intermediate Digital Forensic Analysis: Automated Forensic Tools (IDFA - AFT) course.

Presented by:
JD Nickolas, High-Tech Crime Specialist, NW3C

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