Smartphones and Social Media

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Mobile Forensics and Social Media


Smartphones are the most common connection to the internet and can contain a wealth of information when it comes to an investigation. Over 396 million downloads of social media Apps occur in one quarter, and this number is growing exponentially. So, how do you find this data to capitalize on the value it can add to your investigation? Review of the data from each type of social network as well as if it exists on the device or in the cloud will be covered. Techniques to capture data from open source options as well will be reviewed.

 

 



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This is a webinar. A link to the online meeting will be sent to your email address 2 days before the event.

  • Los Angeles, California
  • United States 90747

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  • Co-sponsored by Dr. Mehrdad Sharbaf Chair IEEE CLAS Computer Society
  • Starts 30 July 2020 12:00 AM
  • Ends 16 August 2020 12:00 AM
  • All times are US/Pacific
  • No Admission Charge
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Amber Schroader  CEO & Founder, Paraben Corporation

Amber Schroader CEO & Founder, Paraben Corporation

Topic:

Smartphones and Social Media

Smartphones are the most common connection to the internet and can contain a wealth of information when it comes to an investigation. Over 396 million downloads of social media Apps occur in one quarter, and this number is growing exponentially. So, how do you find this data to capitalize on the value it can add to your investigation? Review of the data from each type of social network as well as if it exists on the device or in the cloud will be covered. Techniques to capture data from open source options as well will be reviewed.

Biography:

Over the past three decades, Ms. Schroader has been a driving force for innovation in digital forensics. Ms. Schroader has developed numerous software programs, courses, and guides in the areas of recovering data from smartphones, computer hard drives, cloud, email, and gaming systems. Ms. Schroader’s established protocols for the seizure and processing of digital evidence that has been used by numerous organizations throughout the world. Ms. Schroader has coined the concept of the “360-degree approach to digital forensics” and “Forensics of Everything-FoE” with her focus to unique problems in digital evidence and solutions. Ms. Schroader has been a huge industry influence in pushing for a big-picture consideration of the digital evidence. An accomplished design architect, curriculum developer, and instructor; Ms. Schroader has written and taught numerous classes for this specialized field as well as founded multiple certifications. Ms. Schroader continues to support through book contributions and other industry speaking engagements.