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Reconstructing User Activities from a Memory Dump
On Demand
Duration: 75 Minutes

Recorded on July 6, 2022

This training is intended for U.S. Criminal Justice Practitioners. Please register using your agency-issued email.

Child exploitation cases often involve analyzing digital device storage drives to reconstruct user activities. While much can be learned from disk analysis, Random Access Memory (RAM) is a particularly rich source of potential evidence related to user activities. Specifically, reconstruction of user activities from a RAM dump can help establish both a suspect's awareness and intent. This webinar will cover RAM basics, acquisition, triage, and user-activity reconstruction from a RAM dump. We will demonstrate free tools and analysis with Volatility.

Presented by:
Dr. Joshua James, Freelance Digital Forensic Scientist, DFIR Science, LLC

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