Specialty Areas: Trial Practice
Practice Areas: Criminal Law, Litigation, Personal Injury, Technology
Original Production Date: 09/17/2021
Run Time: 1:00:05
GA Course Exp: 12/31/2023
There are billions of iPhones, Droids, tablets, Alexas and other digital devices in the world. And with countless apps, limitless tracking capabilities & ubiquitous WiFi, that iPhone in your client’s pocket holds a treasure trove of electronic information.
Don’t worry though – you don’t have be a total tech geek to understand how cell phone forensics can help you in your criminal and civil cases. Lars Daniel breaks things down in plain English by utilizing colorful case examples to illustrate how electronic information generated by cell phones and digital devices can make – OR break – your client’s case. Lars will mainly discuss the proper (and improper) collection, acquisition, analysis and examination of electronic evidence on smartphones and challenging digital evidence generated by cell phones. Lars will also address the following topics: “thumb forensics” & first responders, file systems, deleted & destroyed data, conducting manual examinations, Google Maps location data, user accounts, Internet searches & web history, call logs, text (SMS) messaging, apps, timelines, affidavit highlights, video verification, fakes messages and spoofing.
A seasoned digital forensics expert,, author and speaker, Lars Daniel has attended over 350 hours of forensic training and has worked on over 500 cases involving murder, child pornography, terrorism, rape, kidnapping, intellectual property, fraud, wrongful death, among other case types.
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