Mobile Forensics: Taking the Logic Out of Traditional Logical Collections
Tue, May 18, 2021 2:00pm-3:00pm Eastern
Duration: 60 Minutes
This training is intended for U.S.
Criminal Justice Practitioners. Please register using your agency-issued
Registrations will close 24 hours before webinar start
Proper handling of digital evidence
is crucial for success. Why wait weeks, months, or even years to access and
extract data from mobile devices for your investigations? Access is the
cornerstone of digital forensics; without access, vital intelligence is often
overlooked. Unfortunately, traditional collection methods are limited, creating a backlog and potentially jeopardizing access to
This webinar will demonstrate modern approaches to digital
forensics that enable you to achieve same-day results (often within hours) and
extract more data from locked and encrypted mobile devices. We will also explore
same-day FFS (Full File System) extractors and how they compare to traditional
In this webinar, you will learn how
1. Achieve same-day results through proper
handling of electronic evidence.
2. Extract encrypted and
inaccessible data from mobile devices.
3. Solve more crimes in
less time while maintaining a complete chain of custody.
David Smalley, Digital Forensics Manager,
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