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Deleted Data: Basic Concepts for Attorneys and Investigators

Deleted Data: Basic Concepts for Attorneys and Investigators

Deleted data is the most valuable digital evidence in many cases; it provides access to information that the user may believe is gone. Data is often deleted to hide deceptive or malicious activity. Understanding the basics of data storage and deletion is key to identifying likely sources of evidence.

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Cell Phone Forensics: A Primer

Cell Phone Forensics: A Primer

Mobile devices, including cellphones, smartphones, and tablets, contain an astonishing amount of information about their users and the people or organizations they interact with. With the right equipment and expertise, this raw data can be collected and interpreted and reveal details that may be critical to a case.

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Social Media Forensics: A Primer

Social Media Forensics: A Primer

Individuals and organizations share massive amounts of information on social media both voluntarily and involuntarily. In some cases, this information can be the primary piece of evidence in a lawsuit or investigation: the selfie while holding contraband or the post disparaging one’s employer.

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