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How to Use IEF and Cellebrite to Investigate Android Devices

Monday, November 03, 2014 (17:10:37)
Mobile devices contain a wealth of valuable information, but the challenge is knowing how to retrieve the data. Investigators seem to have image acquisition covered with tools like Cellebrite’s UFED, but want to know how to pull more evidence from third-party apps.

With this in mind, we've put together step by step instructions on how to use IEF and Cellebrite together to acquire and analyze Android devices, including physical acquisitions, file system extractions and quick file dumps...

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Job Vacancy: Head of eDiscovery Project Management, London

Monday, November 03, 2014 (10:21:25)
Title - Head of eDiscovery Project Management Team
Location – London
Salary – Fully negotiable (Circa £80,000 +or-)

Overview:
To be the leader and manager of our clients team of eDiscovery project managers. The role will ensure the team performs to the highest standards of customer service, efficiency and contributes to achieving our clients goal of being the leading provider of eDiscovery services.

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  • Posted by: jamie
  • Topic: News
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UK FSR Digital forensics method validation: draft guidance

Wednesday, October 29, 2014 (12:37:59)
"The UK Forensic Science Regulator has issued the linked document for consultation.

https://www.gov.uk/government/consultations/digital-forensics-method-validation-draft-guidance

For UK practitioners, big or small, the implications are considerable. If you don't agree with what is proposed you need to respond by the end the month.

FWIW I think UK practitioners are sleep walking into a bureaucratic disaster in the years ahead..."


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  • Posted by: jamie
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Oxygen Forensic Passware Analyst Acquires iCloud Data Even with iOS 8 Encryption

Tuesday, October 28, 2014 (08:23:38)
Oxygen Forensics, Inc. announces Oxygen Forensic® Passware® Analyst can extract iCloud backup data of any Apple device even with iOS 8 encryption upgrades.

Oxygen Forensic® Passware® Analyst acquires full iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch backups from iCloud provided that the Apple ID credentials are known. The backups are downloaded and automatically imported into Oxygen Forensic® Passware® Analyst. All versions of iOS, including the latest 8.1, are supported.
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  • Topic: News
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Improving Your Mobile Forensics Workflow

Monday, October 27, 2014 (10:22:15)
Finding and analyzing evidence found on mobile devices may be the most important skill today’s digital forensics examiner can possess. Mobile devices have engrained themselves into our personal and professional lives. As a result, mobile devices (and the applications they contain) have become forensic goldmines of evidence – often times more valuable than a suspect’s work or personal computer.

When it comes to your mobile forensics toolkit, you’ve likely become comfortable using tools like Cellebrite’s UFED to process most of your cases. Cellebrite is especially good at acquiring an image from an impressive range of device models, but how do you go about finding evidence from the important third-party applications loaded on them?

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