As mobile devices have evolved, mobile device forensics have become about a lot more than just text messages. Modern smartphones have become primary access points for a range of social networking, communication, and work functions making them potentially complex and data-rich sources for eDiscovery and forensic investigation.
As types of devices and their usage continue to multiply, legal practitioners’ understanding of these common sources and the realities of collecting from them must grow as well.
Join presenter Scott Polus, XDD Regional Vice President, Forensic Services, on Wednesday, May 30th, at 1:00 PM EDT, for afree one-hour webinar discussing today’s mobile device forensics challenges. Topics will include:
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