Forensic Analysis of Cellular Networks (ZX20-0001)


Description
This course provides detailed instruction on cellular technologies operating in the United States. The history of cellular technologies, the different technologies used in cellular networks, and mapping considerations associated with the networks will be thoroughly covered. Additionally, there will be an introduction to drive test techniques, equipment overview, and how to map and analyze drive test data. The course will conclude with how all of the information can be used to present forensic call detail mapping evidence in court.
Content
  • Module 1 - Network Technologies
  • Module 1 - Network Technologies
  • Module 2 - RF Theory Simplified
  • Module 2 - RF Theory Simplified
  • Module 3 - Cellular Bands
  • Module 3 - Cellular Bands
  • Module 4 - Network Survey
  • Module 4 - Network Survey Hardware & Software
  • Module 5 - Geo-location Analysis
  • Module 5 - Geo-Location Analysis I
  • Module 5 - Test
  • Module 5 - Geo-Location Analysis II
  • Module 6 - Workshop 1 (Combining network survey with CDRs)
  • Module 6 - Workshop 1 Details & Download
  • Module 6 - Case Introduction
  • Module 6 - Workshop 1 - Test
  • Module 6 - Workshop Brief
  • Module 7 - Workshop 2 (Network anomalies)
  • Module 7 - Workshop 2.1 Materials
  • Module 7 - Workshop 2.1
  • Module 7 - Workshop 2.2
  • Module 7 - Workshop 2.2
  • Module 7 - Workshop 2.3
  • Module 8 - Documenting your results
  • Module 8 - Report Writing
  • Module 9 - Course Test
  • Final Test
Completion rules
  • All units must be completed
  • Leads to a certification with a duration: Forever