In Part 2 of our 8-part series, we explore why Cellebrite’s CCO & CCPA courses should be nominated for “DFIR Training Class of the Year.”

The 2020 Forensic 4:Cast Awards are now open and once again, Cellebrite would be honored to have your support in our selected categories.

At Cellebrite, we understand your mission and we’re grateful for all that you do to keep our communities safe. This is why we’ve made it our mission to provide law enforcement with the best solutions and training available to fight crime and make our world a safer place.

In the past year, we have unveiled several innovative new products to provide investigative teams with the tools they need to meet their missions. We’ve been equally busy on the training front, constantly improving our curriculums and delivery platforms to ensure that every class we offer delivers top-notch information to help you do the best job possible. Our courses are designed and taught by the most highly experienced instructors in the business—many of whom are veteran law enforcement officers and forensic practitioners.

This year, we’ve selected our Cellebrite Certified Operator (CCO) and Cellebrite Certified Physical Analyst (CCPA) courses for nomination in the “DFIR Training Class of the Year” category. We’re extremely proud of the value these programs bring to the digital forensics community. This is why we’re asking for your support in nominating Cellebrite for “DFIR Training Class of the Year” in the 2020 Forensic 4:cast Awards.

Nominate us here!

The Perfect Class for Those Who Do Extractions

Cellebrite Certified Operator (CCO) is a two-day intermediate level certification course that builds on the CMFF (Cellebrite Mobile Forensics Fundamentals) course concepts. (CMFF is a two-day, entry-level program designed for investigators to identify mobile device hardware and understand the general forensic process.)

CCO is a perfect class for any tech-savvy investigator (digital forensic examiners, corporate investigators, internal affairs investigators, and first responders) who uses UFED Touch or UFED 4PC to handle extraction of digital evidence as part of their job.

In this course, participants learn to extract data from a variety of devices and have the option to take a certification examination at the conclusion of class. Successful completion of the exam results in a Cellebrite Certified Operator (CCO) certification credential. If you choose not to take the exam, no problem. You’ll still receive a certificate of attendance.

Attaining the CCO certification credential, however, is a prerequisite for taking the Cellebrite Certified Mobile Examiner (CCME) test, our capstone certification examination.

Maximize Your Analytics Skills

Cellebrite Certified Physical Analyst (CCPA) is a three-day, advanced-level program designed for investigators, digital evidence analysts, and forensic practitioners.

This course focuses on digital data analysis and advanced search techniques using Cellebrite Physical Analyzer to explore recovered deleted data, database contents, advanced search and analysis techniques, verification and validation, and reporting.

Successful completion of the Cellebrite Certified Physical Analyst (CCPA) examination and practical skills test results in a Cellebrite Certified Physical Analyst Certification credential.

At Cellebrite, our goal is to prepare course participants with the most up-to-date digital forensics information possible. We hope you agree that our courses are worthy of your nomination. We thank you for your continued support and look forward to sharing our win in this category with you.

To nominate Cellebrite for “DFIR Training Class Of The Year” click here.

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