Mobile Devices Forensic

Crimes do not arise in isolation from technological trends; thus, forensics with mobile devices has become an integral aspect of modern forensics.

Most people don’t know how complex the method of mobile forensics really can be. While the mobile devices continue to gravitate steadily between professional and personal usage, the amounts of data that flow into them will also continue to expand exponentially. Were you aware that 33,500 paper reams, if written, are the equivalent of 64 gigabytes? The 64 GB storage capacity is growing for smartphones today.

The method of mobile forensics aims to retrieve digital evidence or related data from a mobile device in such a way as to retain the evidence in a forensically sound state. To accomplish this, the forensic mobile method needs to develop specific rules that can securely collect, separate, transport, store for examination, and prove digital evidence from mobile devices.