About the course
This specialist-level course is for experienced forensic investigators whose role requires them to expertly examine Apple devices, giving them knowledge and confidence in handling the data and forensic evidence in Mac OS X and iOS environments.
Apple is becoming increasingly popular and as a consequence, computers running Mac OS X operating systems are increasingly becoming the subject of forensic investigation. This three-day course concentrates on identifying what is, how can I find, extract,decode and interpret the data stored on an Apple device from a forensic practitioner’s
perspective using hands-on exercises to demonstrate and reinforce understanding.
THE SKILLS YOU WILL LEARN
You will learn the underlying data structures of Apple devices and the many forensic artefacts specific to Mac OS X and iOS.You will practice using real life examples to identify, find, extract, decode and interpret the data stored on an Apple device from a forensic practitioner’s perspective
This course will give you the opportunity to: Learn effective techniques for the identification and interpretation of forensic artefacts on OS X and iOS devices Understand Apple disk partitioning and develop confidence when identifying and isolating artefacts from Apple devices Improve your ability to respond effectivelyto a wider range of forensic incidents
|Start date||Location / delivery|
|No fixed date||Cambridge|