Nothing to See Here – I Beg to DFIR (panel) - Cellebrite
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Nothing to See Here – I Beg to DFIR (panel)

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Aired: June 8, 2021
Duration: 42 minutes

“Nothing To See Here? I Beg To DFIR.” is a series of 30-min live interactive “tips and tricks” webinars, bringing the technical side of forensics together, to provide the most common, or most requested, questions from our customers, in today’s changing world. They’re fast, effective, and interactive and they’re on the house! Hosted by Heather Mahalik, Ronen Engler, and Paul Lorentz; plus special guests!

This Sessions Topic:

In this session of I Beg to DFIR, our experts will answer the most common acquisition questions:

  • What does each extraction obtain for both Android and iOS? 
  • If time is of the essence, which method is best for you?
  • What if legal constraints are in place?

Understanding what is extracted is the first hurdle in setting expectations for your investigation. You cannot analyze what wasn’t extracted. And what if you only get one chance with the device? 

Educate yourself so you can manage expectations, understand the differences, and start leaping over the hurdles of mobile-device acquisitions.

  • Heather Mahalik Senior Director of Digital Intelligence at Cellebrite

    Over 18 years’ experience in digital forensics and has been an expert of choice for law enforcement and intelligence agencies. She has worked high profile cases from child exploitation to Osama Bin Laden’s digital media. Heather likes wine, bourbon, reading, researching, and traveling.

  • Ronen Engler Principle Architect at Cellebrite

    Applying over 20 years of engineering experience, holding Masters of Science in Electrical Engineering from NYU and handling special projects for 10 years now @ Cellebrite – even though Twitter banned him. Hi I’m Ronen!

  • Matt Goeckel Technical Account Expert at Cellebrite

    Matt joined Cellebrite after spending almost 18 years in law enforcement. He last acted as the forensic examiner at his police department conducting examinations on devices relating to a large variety of criminal cases. Matt doesn’t have spare time, but if he did, he would probably be doing something outdoors.

  • Stephanie Kurtz Technical Account Expert at Cellebrite