Your Chance to Nominate Cellebrite for the 2019 Forensic 4:Cast Awards
We would like to take a moment and express our gratitude to the DFIR community for your continued support, and to those who have already taken the time to nominate Cellebrite for the 2019 Forensic 4:cast Awards in the following categories:
- DFIR Commercial Tool of the Year – Cellebrite UFED Ultimate
- DFIR Groundbreaking Research of the Year – Cellebrite Virtual Analyzer
- DFIR Undergrad, Graduate, or Training Class of the Year – Cellebrite’s CCO & CCPA Training Courses
- DFIR Article of the Year – Mastering EDL Mode
Why these categories?
DFIR Commercial Tool of the Year – Cellebrite UFED Ultimate
Cellebrite constantly strives to bring you the best and most powerful solutions in the industry to accelerate justice. With Cellebrite UFED Ultimate, users benefit from the first Samsung Exynos Physical Bypass Solution that enables lawful access and data collection from popular Samsung devices with the Exynos processor.
Check out Cellebrite’s latest innovations here.
DFIR Groundbreaking Research of the Year – Cellebrite Virtual Analyzer
In October 2018, Cellebrite was the first in the industry to launch the Virtual Analyzer, the only solution to view any Android app in its native form. Find out more here.
Danny Garcia, Senior Director of Certification and Learning Technology at Cellebrite wrote a blog post last year about why training matters, and how important it is to keep up-to-date with the latest technology. Cellebrite continues to offer the best and most accomplished professionals in the digital forensics industry.
All instructors are former and current forensics practitioners with more than 150 years of cumulative hands-on experience, performing highly technical investigations. Learn more about Cellebrite’s training courses.
DFIR Article of the Year – Mastering EDL Mode
This document is a comprehensive reference guide for placing devices in EDL mode and using Cellebrite UFED 4PC, or Cellebrite UFED Touch. When entering EDL mode you can collect mobile device data using decrypting and non-decrypting options provided in Cellebrite UFED data collection software.
By downloading the whitepaper, you will learn:
- How to utilize EDL mode with encrypted and non-encrypted devices
- Methods and actions to place mobile devices into EDL Mode
With only a few days until the nominations deadline, we kindly ask you to take a few moments to nominate Cellebrite, if you haven’t done so already. Every nomination counts!
Once again, thank you for your nomination for the prestigious Forensic 4:cast Awards. Your nominations show the value of Cellebrite’s commitment to the DFIR community. We look forward to our continued partnership with law enforcement and developing even more creative innovations and cutting-edge capabilities that help create a safer world!