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Save the Date for the NIST Mobile Forensics Workshop and Webcast

Join digital evidence experts from the National Institute of Standards and Technology and partners for the NIST Mobile Forensics Workshop and Webcast on June 18, 2014. There is no cost to attend this one-day workshop on NIST's Gaithersburg, Md., campus or to view the live webcast. Leading scientists, researchers and practitioners will cover a broad range of mobile forensic topics, such as: 

  • Mobile forensics A – Z
  • Mobile forensics tool testing at NIST
  • Acquisition techniques
  • Mobile forensics in academia
  • Is mobile device forensics actually 'forensics'?
  • Open-source, Blackberry, and Apple forensics
  • Chip-off technology and JTAG analysis tools
  • Real-world applications and casework

The NIST Mobile Forensics Workshop and Webcast will be appropriate for individuals involved with or interested in mobile forensics regardless of experience level. Forensic scientists, researchers, measurement science experts, statisticians, law enforcement stakeholders, policy makers and industry representatives can all expect to benefit from the workshop presentations. Please join us to hear about the latest advancements in mobile device forensics and have your questions addressed by leading experts.

For more information, please visit the NIST Mobile Forensics Workshop and Webcast event page.

Released April 8, 2014, Updated January 20, 2023