Date and Time:
Tuesday, March 21, 09:00 – 13:00
Hans Henseler, Netherlands, Leiden University of Applied Sciences
Job Becht, Netherlands, Netherlands Forensic Science Institute
Harm Van Beek, Netherlands, Netherlands Forensic Institute
In this workshop, you get access to an online Hansken exercising environment. You learn more about the Hansken trace model, the Hansken query language (HQL) and Hansken.py, the Hansken Python API. You are taught how to write a Python notebook that extracts and visualizes pattern-of-life data from an iPhone. We also introduce the other APIs in the Hansken Software Development Kit (SDK) that is available to law enforcement and academia under the Hansken R&D license.
The workshop participants will get access to an AWS EC2 instance containing the Hansken SDK version 1.0. Participants will need a laptop with a browser, internet and an IDE environment capable of running Jupyter notebooks (e.g. Visual Code Studio). Exercies will be carried out in the web browser and in the IDE running Jupyter notebooks with Python code. The IP adresses of the AWC instances be provided after the introduction in hands-on part of the workshop. Some understanding of Python and digital forensics is useful but is not strictly necessary.