The usefulness of smartphones as a source of information in any investigation should never be underestimated, because they contain details about who was doing what, where and when. Smartphones are the new and improved personal computer, conveying communications and Internet access wherever we go, chronicling our private activities and geolocation details all the while.People and organizations are migrating rapidly to smartphones and other mobile devices, bringing with them an increasing quantity of digital evidence, sensitive information, and malicious attackers. These private, portable embedded systems create a substantial opportunity and challenge for forensic practitioners and create security risks for organizations that have smartphones on their networks. Specialized methods and tools are required to extract and analyze data from smartphones, such as communications, multimedia, location information, and malware.
Our expert forensics team is ready to extract information from the smartphones and recovery deleted items that offenders thought was long gone. We will
Recover and reconstruct events relating to illegal or unauthorized activities, and provide your organization the capabilities to utilize evidence on smartphones
Forensic value of Flash memory
Forensic analysis of SIM cards
Recovering deleted information in SQLite databases
Details about online activities conducted using a smartphone.
What information was deleted from a smartphone.
What did the user do on a smartphone?
Who did the user communicate with using a smartphone?
As one of the most successful cyber security companies in the industry, Tiloja Technologies offers comprehensive solutions and services to help enterprise-class organizations successfully develop security strategy and implement security measures.
We partner with large and small organizations in the private, public and non-profit sectors. We've worked with organizations in all major industries, including healthcare, manufacturing, transportation, consumer product goods, professional services, technology, food service, hospitality, as well as the government, education and non-profit sectors.