Mobile Phone, Smartphone, Tablet Forensics and Data Recovery
Mobile phones, smartphones, iPad and other tablets, netbooks, and iPods, whether iOS or Android based, are very credible sources of digital evidence. Files are downloaded to, or uploaded from devices all of the time. We are a mobile society, checking in when we eat, texting friends and family, or maybe even co-conspirators, making mobile devices ultimately important and relevant sources of digital evidence. In some instances, where perpetrators had enough foresight to avoid using computers and email, mobile devices like Androids or iPhones may be the only sources of some evidence.
At Global Digital Forensics, we have experience gathering electronic evidence from all types of mobile devices, from simple phones, to advanced smartphones and tablets. A new trend in mobile technology, Geotagging, also known as location services, utilizes the GPS capabilities of modern smartphones and tablets to “tag” images, or provide crucial 911 emergency services, which provide GDF forensics technicians with information on where a phone was when a GPS fix occurred. A digital “trail” of the device’s movement can often be constructed, opening a window into the acts and behavior of a subject.
Types of Mobile Device Data Recoverable as Evidence
- Text Messages
- GPS and Location Data
- Pictures and Downloads
- VoIP Call Logs
- Installed Software
- Mobile Spyware
- Email and Instant Messages
- Spoofed Caller ID Data
So whether you are looking for incriminating or substantiating evidence from text messages, emails, pictures, video, documents or other files, or you have an issue with mobile spyware, or other installed software, Global Digital Forensics can help you get the real answers while always using industry proven and accepted methods and procedures. And because Global Digital Forensics is highly experienced in virtually any type of digital media, should the trail lead to networks, mainframes, webmail or even social networking sites, GDF can seamlessly transition to help clients find and make the most out of virtually any type of electronic evidence involved.