Lat December 16,2016 Kevin Swartz was very clear and knowledgeable. Good overview of the different operating system options. I thought it was interesting to think of the phone as more than a computer, but a timeline of your day for the younger generations.
kticfrs500at December 16,2016 Mobile forensics is definitely a topic I’d like to get into but I’m hesitant because most of my experience is the Windows O/S. But because most regular people who are not tech geeks will be transitioning to their phones to perform activities that they used their desktops and laptops for, much crime can definitely happen in these types of devices. But like another commentator for this video, I found the sales pitch a little irritating, kind of like a company emailing me with a subject that would excite me like ‘Data Migration’ only to open it and read how to accomplish it with their product.
jahmadat April 02,2017 Good video how information from a smartphone can be gathered. Mobile forensics is a rapidly growing field and they have their own challenges when compared to PC's. I believe in the future there will be a bigger shift to doing more forensics analysis on smartphones compared to personal computers. It's amazing at the amount of data people keep on their personal phones.
tritran42at April 30,2017 This video talks about some mobile forensic challenges on IOS and ANDROID. The video expresses many details on many problems when we try to do analyze on mobile. Moreover, it also shows how to gathering the information on the smartphone. In my opinion, mobile forensic is still a new field since it is a rapidly growing in just a few years ago. That is why; we have so many challenges on mobile forensic. We still search the solution for those problems because it is not like a computer forensic. We used to evaluate a person base on what they have in theirs laptop or desktop. However, it is not right anymore. Nowadays, we evaluate a person base on what they have on their smartphone.
sreinoso103at May 09,2017 I found it interesting to think about burner phones and smartphone barriers. For years it's been the prepaid, garbage phone. Now with issues like the San Bernadino terror attack case and smart phone security protocols things like smart burner phones will become bigger issues. At what point does, if at all, does privacy get overridden for public safety?