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Mobile Forensics

 

Today, it is often rare to take a case that does not involve the use of a cell phone. According to Pew Research, 88 percent of American adults rely on cell phones to text, take photos, send e-mails, and access their social networks. When it comes to recovering and preserving digital evidence in today’s criminal investigations, mobile phones play a more crucial role than ever in the judicial process.

Lawmakers and judges are looking at cell phones much more critically than they did computers.
— Gary Kessler Assoc. Professor, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

Blackwatch Investigation recognizes the growing trend with eDiscovery and is taking steps forward in order to provide our clients with digital evidence recovery, preservation, and analysis. In the coming months, Blackwatch will be providing this service by the use of the Cellebrite UFED (Universal Forensic Extraction Device). Cellebrite is leading the way in mobile forensics and data recovery. Blackwatch will be able to examine cellular devices, tablets, GPS’s, thumb drives, and memory cards. Don't be left behind in this technology driven

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