kkelaniat December 15,2016 It is remarkable the level of data people carry on their mobile devices. Android encryption and basic security has always been a big concern for me in general.
asdfaslkjadsfasdasdfasat December 15,2016 Video did a decent job explaining to the laymen the complexities that are added when forensics is being done on a mobile versus traditional pcs.
jgalaat December 15,2016 The video is really not so descriptive to what it does as it only covers the basics on how information can be gathered from smartphone. But the reason of bringing law enforcement into the picture seems bit odd as the wiretap by NSA was altogether a different side of the story especially when it comes to the laws of expecting personal privacy when it comes to certain data. Marketing pitch is still fine as the video is published on public domain.
akiat December 16,2016 The one of the main problem with mbile device forensics and any wireless device is that there is possibility that someone can give kill command remotely and can wipe all the information from the device.
For this reason the phones and wireless device should be taken into faraday bag and the analysis should be done in faraday box.
all the other acquisition techniques comes later, this should be the first step in the process of mobile device forensics.
ahammes12at December 16,2016 The content is very good. Mobile forensics is a rapidly growing field due to the expansion of technology. Mobile devices have their own unique challenges compared to PCs. It's interesting to the most popular operating systems are split between closed and open sourced. Really cool video.