Forensic Analysis of CCTV DVRs
Date: August 23 2017
Location: <p>DME Forensics 17301 W. Colfax Ave STE 400 Golden, CO 80401</p>
The Forensic Analysis of CCTV DVRs course is designed to highlight the similarities and differences between the examination of a hard drive from a traditional computer and the examination of a hard drive from a surveillance digital video recorder. These devices typically utilize proprietary storage methods not capable of being adequately examined with traditional tools and techniques. Attendees should already be familiar with intermediate traditional computer forensics tools, techniques, and processes.
· Understand the similarities and differences between proprietary DVR filesystems and traditional file systems such as FAT32, ext2, etc.
· Understand how a proprietary DVR filesystem operates
· Understand how to use various analysis tools to evaluate and recover data from CCTV DVRs.
This course is recommended for forensic personnel who regularly encounter DVRs that contain data that cannot be recovered using other methods.
Attendees are strongly advised to have prior computer forensics experience. This is a highly technical course that requires previous experience working with hex editors and other computer forensics tools.