Interpreting EncroChat Data – FA240

  • New course
  • 1 day or 2 half days
  • £450 + VAT
  • Trainers:
    Paul Kilby
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Since the infiltration of Encrochat by International Law enforcement and the demise of the tool in June 2020, the number of cases involving data from Encrochat devices has had a significant impact on the workload of investigators and analysts all over the country.

This course has been designed to provide an in-depth exploration of EncroChat devices, including the EncroChat architecture, how the system operated, its signature and an examination of the different Op Venetic file formats. The course also explores the packet switched architecture, how data networks operate and examines current GPRS/MDE CDR disclosures and formats.
Instruction is given on the meaning and relevance of the file types generated by an EncroChat device and how they can be used together. The theory is combined with exercises that offer practical experience of the concepts and techniques required to correctly interpret this data type and in order to exploit investigative leads.

Accredited by City & Guilds, this course offers an externally recognised qualification.

This course has been developed and is delivered by telecommunication experts and former Intelligence Analysts with practical experience of communications data and interpreting and analysing Encrochat related datasets.

13th – 14th June 2022
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  • Live Online
  • 1 day or 2 half days
  • £450 + VAT
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