Digital Forensics Goes Mobile: Deleted Texts and Other Smoking Guns
November 11, 2014
11:30 AM to 12:30 PM
Moot Court Room (Room 100)
Hamline Law School
1536 Hewitt Avenue
Saint Paul, MN 55104-1284
This presentation is designed to help attorneys understand the potential for new forms of digital evidence to change the outcome of their cases. It focuses on the acquisition, analysis, reporting and authentication of relevant digital forensic evidence from a rapidly expanding population of mobile devices including smart phones, feature phones, and smart tablets. Also, this presentation challenges attorneys to become more aware of relevant digital evidence and to act timely to capture it when it’s available in order to advocate aggressively for their clients.
This presentation will demonstrate the results of an iPhone forensic examination.
We will also explore new evidence modalities such as multimedia, GPS, and evidence analytics. Recovering mobile app data, whether from a smart phone or smart tablet, is a highly emergent digital forensics capability. We will discuss topical issues with mobile apps that impact investigations and litigation including forensic readiness.
Hamline University School of Law
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