DFIR Advanced Smartphone Forensics
- Monday, June 30th, 2014 at 1:00 PM EDT (17:00:00 UTC)
- Cindy Murphy
You can now attend the webcast using your mobile device!
Forensic investigations often rely on data extracted from smartphones and tablets. Smartphones are the most personal computing device associated to any user, and can therefore provide the most relevant data per gigabyte examined. Commercial tools often miss digital evidence on smartphones and associated applications, and improper handling can render the data useless. We have created a poster as a cheat-sheet to help you remember how to handle smartphones, where to obtain actionable intelligence, and how to recover and analyze data on the latest smartphones and tablets.
This presentation provides an overview of useful data that can be extracted from mobile devices and I will walk through the new Smartphone Forensics Poster.
Detective Cindy Murphy works for the City of Madison, WI Police Department and has been a Law Enforcement Officer since 1985. She is a certified forensic examiner and has been involved in digital forensics since 1999. She earned her Master's degree in Forensic Computing and Cyber Crime Investigation through University College, Dublin in 2011. She has directly participated in the examination of many hundreds of hard drives, cell phones, and other items of digital evidence pursuant to criminal investigations including homicides, missing persons, computer intrusions, sexual assaults, child pornography, financial crimes, and various other crimes. She has testified as a computer forensics expert in state and federal court on numerous occasions, using her knowledge and skills to assist in the successful investigation and prosecution of criminal cases involving digital evidence. She is also a part time digital forensics instructor at Madison College, and a part time Mobile Device Forensics instructor for the SANS Institute.