The Innovate 360 Series – Demystifying Cellular Records Analysis & Technology
Includes a Live Web Event on 11/01/2023 at 2:00 PM (EDT)
Live Webinar: The Innovate 360 Series – Demystifying Cellular Records Analysis & Technology
November 1, 2023
2:00pm - 3:15pm ET
1.25 CLE Credit
Cellular telephones, social media, and other digital information play a daily role in the lives of almost every person. The ever-ubiquitous smart phone. A wealth of information at your fingertips and wealth of data in the records. Join NDAA and Nicholas Falcicchio for a 75-minute presentation discussing what CDR’s call detail records analysis can and cannot do for you. This is a webinar to help you understand what is available from the records as well as how to use them in court. There will be a Q&A at the end. This training is part of the Innovate 360 Series, which covers emergent technology, issues, and ideas.
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Nicholas Falcicchio is a 17-year criminal investigator and law enforcement officer in the New York Metropolitan Area. He has conducted hundreds of investigations and has qualified several times to provide his opinion as an expert witness or designated subject matter expert (S.M.E.) in court. Mr. Falcicchio holds certifications in mobile telephone forensics, wireless analysis, and telecommunications networks. He frequently consults on legal processes and investigation strategies.
Cellular telephones, social media, and other digital information play a daily role in the lives of almost every person. Mr. Falcicchio recognized the need for law enforcement and legal professionals to understand this technology. Whether searching for a missing person, prosecuting a crime, or defending a client, technology plays a role. In response, he founded A.B.M. Intel to provide this pivotal training.
Mr. Falcicchio has instructed over 1000 law enforcement professionals in cellular technology, records, and analysis.
Continuing Legal Education Credits: 1.25 hour
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