Mobile Device Forensics: A Goldmine of Data for Lawyers

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Join the MSBA for the Mobile Device Forensics: A Goldmine of Data for Lawyers on Thursday, April 21st at 1 p.m.! This is a member benefit for MSBA members.

Learn the ins-and-outs of collecting, analyzing, and recovering evidence from mobile devices, and enjoy and learn lessons from real-world stories from the trenches. Digital forensic capabilities have grown! Along with the growth in capabilities, the amount of digital data that is used in the prosecution and defense of criminal cases has grown.

Forensics specialists are now able to recover more data than ever before that may be vital to your case. Attorneys will learn about new types of information that forensics can uncover, along with updates on capabilities to recover communications and other important user generated data. What seems hidden may be revealed after all and could be the key to a successful defense. Our presenter will cover:

  • Mobile device forensics overview
  • iPhone and Android Device History
  • Mobile device forensics process
  • Hiring a digital forensics expert
  • Mobile device preservation, forensic analysis, and reporting options
  • Updated and latest artifacts recoverable from mobile devices
  • New trends in mobile analysis

Presented by Michael C. Maschke, Chief Executive Officer, Director of Cybersecurity – CISSP, CCE, EnCE of Sensei Enterprises, Inc.

This presentation is FREE for MSBA Members as part of the Virtual Learning Pass membership benefit! 

One hour of CLE credit will be offered for the surrounding MCLE states. If you miss the livestream, it will be available on the MSBA CLE catalog

Course Level
TBD
Professional Area of Focus
General Practice
Litigation Law
Family Law
Criminal Law
CLE Field of Study
Continuing Education Legal Credit
1.0
Event Information
When
Apr 21, 2022
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm EST
Location
Online
Total CLE Credits
1.0
Format
Webinar

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Mobile Device Forensics: A Goldmine of Data for Lawyers