MODULE 1: COURSE INTRODUCTION
- Students will be guided in connecting to our VMs and will learn what to expect in the training class.
MODULE 2: OPENING PREPROCESSED GRIFFEYE CASES
- Students will learn about the folder structure of a preprocessed Griffeye case and the process of opening this case. A detailed look into the folder structure and the purpose of each folder. Students will understand how to optimize evidence importing to increase efficiency. Discuss how to remap the sources to the original forensic source.
MODULE 3: THE ANALYZE DI INTERFACE
- Students will become familiar with the Analyze DI user interface and how to navigate through the software.
MODULE 4: WORKFLOW CHECKLIST
- Students will learn about the built-in CSA Workflow Checklist to guide, track, and organize their case flow to ensure a thorough victim-focused examination. By utilizing this feature, Investigators will apply a systematic review focusing on a Victim Centric Approach.
MODULE 5: CATEGORIZATION TECHNIQUES
- Categorization or grading is the procedure where the user manually assigns a category to a file based on the nature of the file’s content. Students will learn how to review and categorize files with some helpful categorization techniques.
MODULE 6: THE GRIFFEYE BRAIN
- Students will learn about the Griffeye Brain, a powerful Artificial Intelligence built into Analyze DI and how to use it to flag material early in the investigation that is likely to depict the child sexual abuse (CSA), identify first-generation CSA material quickly, and search for specific objects within your case media files.
MODULE 7: APPLYING INTELLIGENCE
- Analyze DI can add several types of intelligence to data files to maximize analysis and organization of the files. Students will learn how to apply the different types of intelligence in the software. This intelligence includes applying Series, Victim Identification, Suspect Identification, Tags, Bookmarks, Representative, as well as Comments.
MODULE 8: FILTERS AND SORTING
- Analyze DI has a comprehensive set of filters to get to relevant information quickly. Students will understand how to use Quick Filters and other filtering methods.
MODULE 9: SEARCHING
- Students will discover how to use the powerful searching ability of Analyze DI, including text searches, visual searches, and using external data such as crime scene photos to locate relevant files within cases.
MODULE 10: FACE DETECTION AND RECOGNITION
- Students will understand face detection and recognition technology and the ways to use it within Analyze DI and from external sources to find faces of persons of interests.
MODULE 11: ADDITIONAL APPS
- Analyze DI has additional features that can take your workflow to the next level, including Social Media Identifier and Camera Forensics.
MODULE 12: LEVERAGING EXIF DATA
- Students will discover how to work with the parsed EXIF data from their evidence, including how to easily map files with embedded GPS and how to show embedded EXIF thumbnails that do not match their associated files.
MODULE 13: VIDEOS
- Students will understand how Analyze DI processes and handles video files, reducing a user’s time to analyze these files. Students will also learn about how document files are handled and what evidential data may exist within documents.
MODULE 14: REPORTING AND EXPORTING
- Analyze DI has a powerful reporting engine for creating reports in several formats. This course will cover how to create a basic summary report and a file list HTML report. Students will also learn how to create a JSON export for use towards a collaborative effort and/or for use in other tools.