Criminal Law: What You Need to Know About Mobile and Apple Forensics
1.0 CLE credit applied for this program.
Featuring: Christopher Schulte, LuciData, Inc.
Smartphones have redefined how many of us interact with the world. Nielsen recently published a study indicating that smartphones are now being used more than traditional computers in certain circumstances. This should come as no surprise to anyone who has worked a defense case recently. Are you aware of the types of information that is stored in a typical smartphone, which Law Enforcement routinely can extract and present at Trial? Do you know what EXIF data is? Do you understand how lock-codes and device encryption can impact how Law Enforcement may or may not be able to gain access to a device? Learn about this and more.
Apple Computer's rampant success with the iPod, iPhone, and iPad during the past few years has given the entire technology industry a run for its money. Where Microsoft Windows was the dominant operating system both in homes and corporations, Apple has leveraged success to bring their Mac line of computers into hands of millions. This has, unsurprisingly, led to a rising number of Macs becoming part of Computer Forensics investigations. Learn about the differences between Macs and PCs and how both Law Enforcement and Private Investigators are having to adapt and stay current with technology.
Christopher Schulte is a Forensics Consultant at LuciData, Inc. Schulte specializes in locating, collecting, preserving, and analyzing digital evidence. He has vast experience in the Computer Forensics field, having worked in the technology field for over 17 years. He has degrees in Computer Forensics and Criminal Justice. He has presented at industry conferences, published articles and taught collegiate level classes concerning Computer Forensics and security. He has been interviewed and quoted by the News Media, presented accredited CLE courses, and more.
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