Trying to get computer forensics data out of mobile smartphones and tablets in order to conduct investigations is hard – often much harder than on PCs, laptops or Macs – and experts say that forensics tools need to improve. “The investigation tools for mobile are not at the same level of granularity you can get on tools for desktops,” says David Nardoni, a director in PricewaterhouseCoopers’ Forensic Services practice. Other experts agree, and also note that the BYOD trend only adds to the problem…
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