Webinar: Moving data between Cellebrite and Analyze DI

Webinar: Moving data between Cellebrite and Analyze DI
June 30, 2022 Linnea Czarnecki


Moving data between Cellebrite and Analyze DI using the Project VIC file format

When investigating a case, you might need to use several different tools to take advantage of each software’s unique features. In this webinar we will discuss moving data back and forth between Cellebrite and Analyze DI using the project VIC JSON file format.

In this webinar you will learn:

  • Exporting media files easily out of Cellebrite using Project VIC export format
  • Importing the media files into Analyze DI for review
  • Returning the intelligence back into Cellebrite for quick file identification

Meet your hosts

Eric Oldenburg

Before coming to work for Griffeye, Eric Oldenburg was a police officer with the Phoenix Police Department in Arizona for 24 years. 15 years of that working at the Internet Crimes Against Children taskforce (ICAC). Eric has a unique experience from working both as an investigator and a computer forensics examiner.

David Haddad

Detective David Haddad is a 17-year veteran of the Phoenix Police Department in Arizona. He has spent the last 11 years working as a full-time Forensic Examiner, during which he’s received various commendations for his work in the Digital Forensics Field.  For the last 7 years, he’s worked as the lead examiner for the Arizona ICAC Taskforce supporting CSA investigations.  Since 2014, he’s regularly instructed investigators on the use of advanced investigative workflows using Griffeye Analyze DI.

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