Join our Digital Forensic Specialists and Trainers for regular webinars designed to illustrate digital forensic best practices for starting and solving your investigations quickly on-scene or in the lab. We utilize GoToWebinar for live and on-demand content.
Learn how to conduct an initial investigation quickly based on its scope using digital forensic triage.
The benefits of triage? Just think; if 90% of cases can be solved with 10% of the data, you have an opportunity to quickly identify and protect victims, determine suspects, and even solve your case early. Learn how triage allows you to prioritize evidence, make decisions on the need for a further deep dive into the data, or just to gain peace of mind, based on the facts.
ADF empowers front-line field investigators and lab examiners to investigate on-scene or in the lab to quickly preview evidence on-scene, seize the appropriate devices, take a suspect into custody, identify any and all victims and prioritize devices in the lab. ADF investigation tools include:
THURSDAY, AUGUST 19, 2021 | 1:00 PM EST | 10:00 AM PST
Audience: Law enforcement leaders, investigators, digital media investigators, forensic lab examiners and anyone interested in triage, digital evidence, or digital forensic workflows to reduce forensic backlogs.
Mobile phones have changed the way children are exploited and computers are still a problem in the continuing fight against child exploitation. With the proliferation of Child Sexual Abuse Material (CSAM) today, investigators must use technology for good in the fight against child exploitation.
ADF empowers front-line field investigators and lab examiners to respond quickly to CyberTips so they can work quickly to confiscate devices, take a suspect into custody, and identify any and all victims. ADF investigation tools include:
Audience: This webinar is designed for prosecutors, forensic examiners, and investigators who want to learn how to speed investigations of child exploitation cases in the field or in the lab.
ADF digital forensic tools are the fastest way to triage and start solving digital investigations on-scene. Put in the hands of investigators, tools such as Digital Evidence Investigator PRO, let officers gather intel and evidence from phones, tablets, computers, and electronic devices immediately.
+ Preview mobile devices in seconds
+ Screenshot evidence on mobile devices with OCR text extraction and annotation
+ Automatic image, video, and keyword analysis flags and tags evidence
+ Customize your investigation with case-specific keywords and hashes
+ Link files to artifacts and user interaction
+ Search Profiles instantly scan for specific evidence (CSAM, Human Trafficking, Fraud, Crypto, etc.)
+ Share reports with fellow investigators or prosecutors
Join Rich Frawley, our Director of Training and Digital Forensic Specialist to learn how ADF tools give you the speed and flexibility you need to make actionable decisions on scene and in the lab.
The landscape of digital investigations is forever changing and the need to keep up with the data at hand is important. Witness-victim, cooperating witness, consent search, triage ... whatever the situation, you need a digital forensic tool to help you find and document evidence quickly while it’s in your hands. Learn how to collect digital evidence on-scene:
Join Digital Forensic training manager, Rich Frawley, as he walks you through the process of collecting evidence while it is available and in your hands. You’ll learn how ADF mobile forensic and triage capabilities make it easy for investigators to collect intelligence, data and digital evidence easily using technology including Mobile Preview and Screenshot with OCR capabilities.
Learn to use Search Profiles to maximize your time and results. You’ll understand how to build and customize a Search Profile to get to the evidence you seek quickly. We’ll discuss how and where to find evidence and how to choose or build a Search Profile for your case specific needs. In this webinar, you'll learn best practices for computer and mobile phone forensic searches and how to:
Join Rich Frawley, law enforcement veteran and ADF's Digital Forensic Training Manager, as he walks you through Search Profile best practices to help you speed your investigations.
ADF is introducing Age Group Recognition with auto-classification to help investigators speed their investigations of crimes involving Child Exploitation Material and Child Sexual Abuse Material (CSAM). The goal is to help speed investigations starting on-scene, by letting investigators leverage automated capabilities within ADF triage and digital forensic software products.
The ADF face analysis and detection capabilities enable investigators to quickly review images likely to contain:
Join Rich Frawley, ADF Director of Training, to learn why these features and capabilities are ideal for ICAC Task Forces, MOSOVO units, and High Tech Crime Units (HTCU) that already utilize ADF’s Project VIC and CAID capabilities. #StopChildExploitation
Fraud and economic crimes are now common occurrences in corporations, nonprofits, universities, and government agencies. Corporate and private investigators face the daunting task of responding to fraud and economic crimes quickly in order to preserve evidence and prevent harm to additional individuals, organizations, or governments. Fraud and economic crime cases typically involve multiple computers and devices so how do you know which devices to seize?
Join Rich Frawley, our Director of Training as he leads you through fraud investigation best practices. Rich showcases how investigators and Digital Crimes Units are saving time using ADF's intelligent approach to investigating cases quickly thereby reducing the need to image every device and reducing forensic backlogs.
ADF digital forensic tools are the fastest way to empower field agents to start solving digital investigations on-scene. Put in the hands of frontline agents, tools such as Digital Evidence Investigator PRO, let officers gather intel and evidence from phones, tablets, computers, and electronic devices immediately.
Join Rich Frawley, our Digital Forensic Training Manager to learn how ADF tools give you the speed and flexibility you need to make actionable on-scene decisions.
Join Rich Frawley, our Digital Forensic Training Manager, to dive into the newest features of ADF digital forensic software designed to speed and improve your investigations. Our new release includes mobile preview features and more!
Rich will walk you through the new features and show you how you can utilize them to make faster on-scene decisions.
RECORDING: This session will be recorded and sent to all registrants following the session so if you can't attend based on time-zone or a conflict we'll send you a copy. You may also schedule a 1 on 1 demo of new features with our team by requesting a demo.
Today's access to technology and the Internet is unfortunately making it easier for cyber criminals to commit crimes can oftentimes go undetected. It is the job of ICAC Task Forces, high tech crime units and police leaders to find the most effective ways to fight cybercrime and protect children.
Internet Crimes Against Children investigators must work quickly with Internet Service Providers and the Cybertips they receive to locate suspect devices and then determine if they need to confiscate devices. Fast, on-scene field decisions are a key factor in the decisions to take a suspect into custody and quickly identify and protect victims.
Taking information from an ISP, CyberTip, or intelligence report and then utilizing it on-scene has never been easier than it is right now. Learn how to take the uniqueness found in an investigation and put it to work for you, resulting in sound decisions, targeted / relevant results, and data to keep the investigation going, and helping you reduce the backlog in your lab.
Join ADF's Director of Training, digital forensic and law enforcement veteran, Rich Frawley, to learn ICAC triage best practices for using our mobile and computer field forensic software.
Who should attend: Law enforcement leaders, frontline police and sheriffs, field agents, ICAC Task Force members, High Tech Crime Units (HTCU), corporate and NGO leaders concerned with stopping child exploitation or speeding CSAM investigations.
ADF Solutions’ new Anti-Human Trafficking Search Profiles were built in conjunction with the Anti-Human Trafficking Intelligence Initiative (ATII) to help law enforcement quickly identify and investigate suspected human trafficking at the scene of the crime.
Join us to learn how common issues encountered by front line agents and Anti-Human Trafficking Units can be addressed on-scene so you can quickly identify suspects and protect victims. You’ll learn how ADF tools can help you:
Human Trafficking can often be a component of financial crimes, child exploitation cases, and other types of crimes so this webinar will teach law enforcement agents how to quickly extend their investigations to help quickly identify possible human trafficking or further their human trafficking case beginning on-scene.
Who should attend: Law enforcement leaders, frontline police and sheriffs, field agents, Anti-Human Trafficking Units, High Tech Crime Units (HTCU), Corporate and NGO leaders concerned with stopping human trafficking or Anti-Human Trafficking investigations.
Probation and Parole officers routinely encounter mobile devices in their course of duty. They need the right policies, procedures, tools, and training to make quick on-scene decisions.
Join Rich Frawley along with Jim Tanner, PhD, President of KBSolutions and Denise Metz, the Supervisor of Colorado's 20th's Sex Offender and Economic Crime units as they discuss the specific issues and needs of Probation and Parole officers as they relate to mobile device investigations.
Denise, Jim, and Rich will share their experience building policies and procedures to support the use of on-scene software to speed investigations. You’ll hear their experiences using mobile device investigation software to conduct examinations and solve investigations quickly. Learn best practices for rolling out new tools to your team and how to get them trained quickly.
Who should attend: Department of Justice, Probation and Parole officers or leaders that need effective tools to use on-scene to ensure compliance with probation and parole requirements.
ADF tools give you the ultimate flexibility to conduct examinations as you see fit. You are not pigeon-holed into using a one-dimensional scan. We use the concept of Time Based Configurability to give you the latitude to conduct the examination that your case requires. Easy to use Search Profiles let you find digital evidence in minutes with the ability to preview evidence as you collect it.
Join us to see Digital Evidence Investigator PRO in action and learn how DEI PRO is used on-scene and back in the lab.
Who should attend: Investigators faced with the need to find evidence fast, or any investigators faced with needing to identify and protect victims while on-scene. Investigators who want to make arrest decisions on-scene because they are tired of waiting on a lab or another agency to investigate devices. Probation and Parole officers that need effective tools to use on-scene to ensure compliance with probation and parole requirements. Leaders of forensic labs suffering from backlogs that need to prioritize devices and interested in discovering a more effective way of handling digital evidence beginning on-scene.
The DEI PRO Field Tablet is the fastest way to empower field agents to start solving digital investigations on-scene. Learn how investigators can quickly scan iOS and Android devices for digital evidence, and extend their reach to computers, USB devices, and other digital devices.
With the ability to utilize pre-set or custom scan capabilities, investigators can collect, analyze and report on digital evidence immediately thereby allowing them to protect victims, make arrest decisions and reduce their agency's forensic backlog.
In this webinar, you'll see the DEI PRO Field Tablet built on the portable, rugged Dell Latitude 7220 and you'll learn how to:
Triage-G2 now with Rosoka Entity Extraction and Gisting capabilities is ADF's award-winning media exploitation tool deployed by special forces, military and intelligence agencies worldwide. The tool has a proven track record supporting site exploitation operations (including DOMEX, MEDEX, Tactical Media Exploitation, and bio-metric identity).
Our resident Digital Forensic Specialist, Rich Frawley, will walk you through Triage-G2 and best practices for site exploitation.
Collect DOMEX intel in under two minutes with the number one plug and play DOMEX tool
Special Operators Depend on Triage-G2 for Intelligent Media Exploitation -- it's not just a triage download, it's the pocket-sized fully-automated media exploitation tool used by special forces, military and intelligence agencies worldwide to rapidly scan, extract and analyze critical intelligence from computers and digital devices.
In a world where technology is constantly evolving to fit commercial needs the need for corporate investigators to understand digital forensics best practices has never been greater. Corporate Investigators and network analysis experts are the front lines of defense in understanding technology advances, and how to effectively investigate breaches, crimes and policy violations to protect a company's financials, employees, intellectual property, and brand.
Join Rob Attoe, CEO of Spyder Forensics, an IACIS certified trainer for a one hour webinar where he shares best practices every corporate investigator needs to know.