Chicago, IL, November 17, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- viaForensics has released an updated version of its free white paper on iPhone Forensics. The paper reviews specific software and techniques that analysts and investigators can use to recover the vast amount of information stored on Apple’s iPhones.
In addition to reviewing forensic tools, the iPhone forensics white paper takes readers through a forensic analysis with each tool and reports on the installation, acquisition, reporting and accuracy of the tool.
The use of mobile forensics to uncover data has become increasingly important in corporate investigations, civil disputes and criminal cases. During a typical iPhone investigation, viaForensics has recovered more than 60,000 files, including text messages, contacts, GPS locations, website history, online banking credentials and Facebook images. This type of data has been used by law enforcement, federal agencies and corporations in investigations and criminal and civil cases.
The white paper is available at http://viaforensics.com/education/white-papers/iphone-forensics/. Registration for future updates is available and will also provide information on an upcoming white paper on Android Forensics.
viaForensics is an innovative digital forensics and security firm providing services to corporations, law enforcement and attorneys. Our areas of focus include computer and mobile forensics, threat and fraud protection and forensics training. We are experts in iPhone and Android forensics and have developed a suite of unique services to significantly improve the security posture of organizations.
About the Authors
Andrew Hoog is a computer scientist, computer/forensics researcher and Chief Investigative Officer at viaForensics. He is currently writing books on iPhone and Android forensics.
Katie Strzempka is a digital forensics analysis with viaForensics. She holds a master’s degree in cyber forensics and a bachelor’s degree in computer and information technology.