AftMobileForensicser all the requests to dump my brain in to a book I finally listened producing MobileForensics Investigation: Strategies for Evidence Collection, Analysis, and Presentation. It is currently in most book outlets as well as McGraw-Hill Education for pre-order since it will not be on the rack until following the summer. It can be my hope this book makes it into every university forensic program and onto every examiners desk. No requirement to count on a vendor to aid cell phone data recovery, this book covers it all – from beginning to end – to change an investigator into an examiner.
Mobile Forensics Investigation: Helpful information for Evidence Collection, Analysis, and Presentation leads examiners through the mobile forensics investigation process, from isolation and seizure of devices, to evidence extraction and analysis, and ultimately through the entire process of documenting and presenting findings. This book is not only for people getting started in mobile forensics, but contains information for your seasoned examiner. This book not only will give you understanding of available mobile forensics tools, but describes and documents how these power tools work to collect and analyze mobile device data. The valuable information will assist you to better collect analyze and offer your findings and processes in the court of law or discovery forum. This holistic approach to mobile forensics, featuring the technical alongside the legal elements of the investigation process, sets this book apart from the competition. This 85dexhpky guide is really a much-needed resource in today’s mobile computing landscape.
Gives you a holistic knowledge of mobile forensics in the basics to advanced analysis
Notes offer personal insights in the author’s years in law enforcement
Tips highlight useful mobile forensics software applications, including open source applications that you can use totally free
Case studies document actual forensic cases
Photographs demonstrate proper legal protocols, including seizure and storage of devices, and screenshots showcase mobile forensics software at work
Advanced techniques feature SQLite parsers and Python scripts