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Getting Started with Case Studies, Placing the Suspect Behind Keyboard

Some things you may or may not know about investigations and the way I am going to review cases as case studies

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About this course

This course is available only to DFIR Training Patreon supporters at: http://www.patreon.com/DFIRTraining for $20 per month.  Being a Patreon supporter also gives you access to more courses at the same rate of $20 per month. In other words, more courses for less money!

 

To get on common footing, this presentation is simply defining a few terms, discussing some aspects of casework that may be different for each person or agency, and prep you on what  to expect with case studies (insofar as I will do it).  My intention in case studies is not disparage any investigator or case, but to expand on the cool things you should consider doing in your cases that has been done in the past.  None of us know everything and you never what tip will be the biggest help to one of your cases.  That's the point.  I'm throwing lots in the air for you to look at, pick from, and implement in a case you currently have or come across. These tips apply to both civil and criminal cases.

Check out the Case Study Series at http://courses.dfironlinetraining.com/series/case-studies-placing-the-suspect-behind-the-keyboard

About this course

This course is available only to DFIR Training Patreon supporters at: http://www.patreon.com/DFIRTraining for $20 per month.  Being a Patreon supporter also gives you access to more courses at the same rate of $20 per month. In other words, more courses for less money!

 

To get on common footing, this presentation is simply defining a few terms, discussing some aspects of casework that may be different for each person or agency, and prep you on what  to expect with case studies (insofar as I will do it).  My intention in case studies is not disparage any investigator or case, but to expand on the cool things you should consider doing in your cases that has been done in the past.  None of us know everything and you never what tip will be the biggest help to one of your cases.  That's the point.  I'm throwing lots in the air for you to look at, pick from, and implement in a case you currently have or come across. These tips apply to both civil and criminal cases.

Check out the Case Study Series at http://courses.dfironlinetraining.com/series/case-studies-placing-the-suspect-behind-the-keyboard