Our first two eMMC Device Forensics courses are sold out so added another course into the schedule running 28 November – 1 December in Leeds (UK).
Our new 4 day “eMMC Device Forensics” course will teach delegates how to utilise ‘Direct eMMC’ (also known as In-system Programming or ISP) to perform physical extractions of Android & Windows Phone handsets & tablets which may not be possible with commercial forensic tools. Not only that, the techniques can be applied to many TomTom satnav units as well as a range of other devices which use eMMC flash memory chips internally. Direct eMMC is similar to JTAG in that it is a non-destructive method for performing a physical extraction via connections on the printed circuit board of the device. Direct eMMC may be possible on devices where JTAG is not supported (or may not be possible due to damage to the device) meaning that less devices fall into the “too difficult” pile.
Get in touch to check availability on the November course.