Enhance Your Investigations with Digital Evidence from Internet-Connected Devices and Cloud-based Apps
As IoT devices are most commonly used for monitoring activity and automating tasks, the data collected from them has become an integral part of digital forensics investigations.
This evolving IoT environment, however, comes with new investigative challenges including identifying all IoT sources of evidence at a crime scene, forensically collecting digital evidence, and analyzing all of it together in order to build a strong case and generate leads within a 48-hour time period.
To shed light on how this emerging connected environment can render more digital evidence, we produced a cutting-edge webinar – Enhancing Investigations with Digital Evidence from Internet-Connected Devices and Cloud-based Apps.
In this webinar, we will demonstrate how you can leverage data and evidence obtained from the growing number of Internet-connected digital devices and cloud-hosted apps that are part of the new landscape of the internet of things (IoT).
To do this, we will use a hypothetical murder scenario to demonstrate how a new set of IoT and cloud data sources can produce critical insights to resolve an investigation.
Mati Goldberg, Head of Forensic Research Group – Cellebrite
Mati leads decoding and cloud research efforts at Cellebrite. Prior to joining Cellebrite in 2016, he was a research and development group leader overseeing engineering teams responsible for designing and building cutting-edge communication systems. Mati holds advanced degrees in Physics and Engineering and specializes in cybersecurity and reverse engineering.
Join Mati in this webinar to find out how digital evidence can be accessed from various network-enabled sources in a connected home, such as:
- Media and entertainment
- Energy Management
As part of this demonstration, you will see how digital evidence can be found when a suspect opens a door, or if any activity was done in the living room at a particular time.
You will see insights generated from the collection and analysis of data pertaining to this case organized into a short summary of evidence from the smart IoT devices including Amazon Echo, Alexa voice assistant, smart tv, and more.
Cellebrite Pathfinder enables you to reach this deep level of insight by enabling you to capture and analyze data from multiple IoT devices, applications, and cloud-based sources to empower investigators to quickly and clearly see the digital footprint left behind.
These digital findings can help corroborate statements, identify additional witnesses, reveal leads, and narrow the focus to close cases faster than ever before.
When data is normalized and viewed together, digital artifacts such as media files, locations, and messages can be automatically connected to specific individuals which help investigative teams build a compelling story of what actually happened, who was involved, where the crime occurred, and when.
You will easily be able to share this intelligence with other individuals working on the same case for faster actioning of the next steps.