The amount of data stored on phones is overwhelming.
In 95% of investigations, text messages and conversations are used as evidence sources.
Investigators need to be able to be able to retrieve the full, comprehensive picture of what’s on a device and do so quickly and efficiently. With advanced collection capabilities, investigators can access collaborative third-party chat application data, chat conversations, location data, emails stored on the device, system and application logs, and even deleted data.
Whether you are collecting from departing employees as a routine best practice, collecting regularly from third party chat applications to stay compliant with regulation, or working on a specific case to find implicating evidence, accessing the full, comprehensive picture of what’s on a device is necessary.
If investigators can collect all the data from full file system to even deleted data, then they are more likely to find all the data needed to support investigations and litigation.
Join Monica Harris, Product Business Manager, as she showcases how the most advanced collection capabilities are now within reach for organizations of all sizes. See firsthand how eDiscovery practitioners can:
About our Presenter:
Monica Harris is a product manager at Cellebrite Enterprise Solutions
Monica Harris is a product manager at Cellebrite Enterprise Solutions. She has over 15 years of experience in the litigation technology vertical. She has a passion for the development, implementation, management, marketing, and training of proprietary and software for companies such as Epic, KLDiscovery and Consilio. Before joining Cellebrite, Monica worked with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration where she spent years overseeing policy and procedure curation, implementation, rollout, and training for eDiscovery enterprise solutions. Monica is an active leader and mentor in the litigation technology community and currently serves as President of the Association of Certified eDiscovery Specialists (ACEDS) DC Chapter, is a Board Member of the Master’s Conference and is a former Assistant Director of the DC Women in eDiscovery (Wie) Chapter.