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The Challenges Facing Computer Forensics Investigators in Obtaining Information from Mobile Devices for Use in Criminal Investigations

13 Oct

Forensic Focus - Articles

David W. Bennett

August 20, 2011

The Challenges Facing Computer Forensics Investigators in Obtaining Information from Mobile Devices for Use in Criminal Investigations

There are a number of electronic personal devices that are labeled mobile devices” on the market today. Mobile devices include cellphones; smart phones like the Apple iPhone and Blackberry; personal digital assistants (PDAs); and digital audio players such as iPods and other MP3 type devices. Laptop computers, tablets and iPad products are not typically classified as a mobile device as they are not small enough to be considered handheld. Today, the ever popular smartphone comes with a storage capacity that is similar to a laptop while commonly utilized as a portable office, social network and entertainment center all rolled into a solitary, convenient device. A smartphone is a mobile device that provides advanced computing and offers the ability to run mobile applications with more connectivity options than…

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