Some people are intimidated when they hear the words ‘cloud’ and ‘digital evidence,’ and immediately start to worry. There is not as much to worry about as one might believe when it comes to actually collecting the data. The worry comes into play on the legal restrictions that you might have to accessing the data.
Mobile forensics is not only limited to being used for processing evidence, it can also be used to do audits of devices and security checks for vulnerabilities. Using the Mobile Evidence Comparer function in the E3 Platform is one of those features that has multiple functions. This quick training will walk you through the use of the Mobile Case Comparer wizard and associated functions.
Months ago, we put out the first forensic impacts on the Amazon Echo device and the new virtual assistant Alexa. Since that time, there have been a grouping of different cases that have happened where Alexa has been pivotal. With this shift, IoT evidence is coming to the forefront of what we are looking for in digital evidence. Paraben has been spending a lot of time over the last few years focusing its efforts on IoT data, starting from the support of DJI Drone data back in June 2016.