Likely, you have owned as many cellphones as you have personal computers. In addition, the past few years cellphones have seen their market share eroded by smartphones - tiny always connected computers that we keep glued to persons 24/7. The use of these devices for communication, navigation, content creation, general communication and entertainment are only increasing.
These devices can be a critical area for digital forensic investigations and as smartphone storage capacities, processing power and capabilities increase, the sheer amount of evidence available means mobile forensics examiners must “work smarter” to reduce investigative cycle times -- both for themselves and for investigators they work with.
In April’s NY4SEC meeting, Cellebrite (http://www.cellebrite.com/mobile-forensic-products.html) will demonstrate how data analytics and visualization tools help examiners to parse and organize the vast quantities of existing, hidden and deleted data available from mobile device file systems and memory -- and how these analytics help to develop meaningful leads.
So please join us on Wednesday April, 17th, 7:00pm at John Jay College of Criminal Justice,[masked]th Street, Room 06.68 (Moot Court) for this exciting meet-up.
Big thank you as always for John Jay College of Criminal Justice for being such gracious hosts for NYC4SEC! Check out the list of upcoming events on The Center for Cybercrime Studies website: