Join Cellebrite at these 4 August events!

Cellebrite will be present at four events in the United States during the month of August. Visit us in San Diego, Calif., Santa Clara, Calif., Dallas, Tex., and/or Austin, Tex., to see our latest products demonstrated and to hear our subject matter experts talk about the latest issues and trends in mobile forensics.

August 5-7, 2014: San Diego and Santa Clara

Cellebrite will be at two California-based shows this week: National Technical Investigators Association (NATIA) and the Flash Memory Summit.

At NATIA, held in San Diego, senior trainer Keith Daniels will instruct a hands-on lab, “Extracting and Decoding Mobile Device Evidence with UFED Technology,” on Thursday, August 7 from  3:00-5:00 PM. Here, learn about timeline, analytics, mapping, and other analytical capabilities of the Cellebrite UFED Series, along with how best to preserve the evidence.

We’ll be exhibiting the UFED Series at Booth #417. Stop by with your NATIA “Bingo” card and ask one of our booth staff to stamp our logo on your card.  Once you have collected stamps from all the exhibitors featured on your card, turn the card in to event managers to be eligible for special prizes. These include, among others, a 2015 paid conference fee package!

The same week will see us in Santa Clara for the Flash Memory Summit, being held at the Santa Clara Convention Center. There, Ronen Engler, senior manager of technology and innovation, will present “Micro Storage, Macro Crimes” on Wednesday, August 6 from 8:30-9:35 AM.

In this session, understand how developments in data protection, prepaid and unsupported devices, and app proliferation challenge investigators, and what workarounds are available. Learn not only what can be retrieved, but also how examiners analyze it once they have the raw data—and what it all means for criminal cases both now and into the future.

August 11-14, 2014: Dallas

The week following will see Cellebrite exhibiting at the Crimes Against Children Conference (CACC) in Dallas, Texas at Booth #5. Michael Hall, chief information security officer at DriveSavers Data Recovery, Inc., will join Ronen Engler to present a workshop on “Mobile Victimology: How Mobile Data Can Help Focus Investigations.”

The workshop will take place Tuesday, August 12 from 10:00-11:30. Hall will be bringing to bear a case study on how DriveSavers forensic examiners used UFED Physical Analyzer to help prosecutors build a capital murder case against a rape and murder suspect in Texas. The case demonstrates what mobile device usage can reveal about victims, suspects, and where their paths cross via carrier call detail records, social media graphs, and other data sources.

CACC is sponsoring a tablet giveaway! Participants in this workshop will receive one entry for a chance to win this giveaway. To win, you must be present Wednesday evening at the social event. See the CACC’s final program for more details.

August 25-27, 2014: Austin

Cellebrite is proud to be a Gold Sponsor of the High Tech Crime Investigation Association (HTCIA)’s annual conference, held this year in Austin, Texas. In addition to exhibiting at Booth #201, we’re pleased to offer all conference participants the opportunity to attend our five lectures and hands-on labs.

Tuesday at 3:30PM, we’ll present a lecture, “Mobile Devices: Extraction Methods and Advanced Decoding,” covering forensic workarounds for recent advancements in mobile device hardware and operating systems, developments in data protection, prepaid and unsupported devices, and app proliferation. Learn not only what can be retrieved, but how to analyze it once you have the raw data.

Each hands-on lab, “Basic Mobile Device Extraction with Cellebrite UFED4PC” and “Introduction to UFED Physical Analyzer,” will be presented twice on Wednesday for a total of four sessions that day. Join Cellebrite Forensic Training staff to learn how to get the most from UFED extraction and analysis software.

Whether you’re new to Cellebrite or a long-time customer, we look forward to seeing you and hearing about your mobile forensics experiences!

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