Exploring New Features with Inspector 10.2 - Cellebrite
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Exploring New Features with Inspector 10.2

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Aired: October 28, 2020

The release of Inspector 10.2 includes new features and enhancements that will help investigators and examiners accelerate investigations in both the public and private sectors. In this webinar, our Cellebrite Forensic Engineers, Sarah Davis, and Stephen Villere will discuss, highlight, and demonstrate those new features to showcase them in real-world scenarios.

These new features include:

  • Advanced Timeline capabilities
  • Improved performance and flexibility with tagging
  • Optical Character Recognition (OCR)

Inspector’s updates include a new timeline feature that will provide a visual representation of activity and help users narrow down the data. New tagging features will allow users to tag more items in Inspector and tag more efficiently to assist in investigations. PDFs can contain large amounts of information and Inspector’s new OCR feature will help users review that information.

Join our Solutions Engineers as they dive into the new features in Inspector 10.2 and show you how they can benefit your investigations.

Speakers

  • Sarah Davis Forensic Engineer at Cellebrite
  • Stephen Villere Forensic Engineer at Cellebrite
  • Sarah Davis Forensic Engineer at Cellebrite

    Sarah has a Masters of Science in Digital Forensics and Cyber Analysis from George Mason University and a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science with a minor in Criminal Justice from Gardner-Webb University. Sarah has experience working directly with the training and support of forensics software and instructing courses centered on digital forensics tools and software. Sarah has presented at digital forensic conferences and taught lectures at George Mason University.

  • Stephen Villere Forensic Engineer at Cellebrite

    Stephen has been in Law Enforcement since 2002 and started his career in Digital Forensics in 2003 prior to coming to Cellebrite. His background includes being directly involved in creating/building two Digital Forensic Units and conducting Digital Forensic Examinations for Criminal Investigations of all types. He holds a Bachelor of Applied Science in Computer Information Science from Loyola University of New Orleans, a Certified Forensic Computer Examiner (CFCE) from the International Association of Computer Investigative Specialist (IACIS), a GIAC Certified Forensic Analyst (GCFA) from the Global Information Assurance Certification, and over eight hundred hours of DFIR training. He has lectured at Loyola University, University of New Orleans, and with the American Society of Crime Laboratory Directors (ASCLD) Train the Director Series.