- 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 case work
Mobile devices are ubiquitous in today’s society and often contain valuable information that can help investigators reconstruct events and solve crimes. There have been many research advancements in both mobile devices and the tools used to analyze these devices. With these advancements, investigators and analysts that rely on the outputs of the devices and tools require confidence that the evidence they find is reliable and reproducible. Stakeholders in the mobile forensic science community work together to keep pace with the rapid change experienced in this industry. These stakeholders perform research to develop new analysis tools, use collaborative venues to develop procedural standards, and validate tools through testing programs to support investigators through the investigation and judicial process.