Mobile Forensic Investigations: A Guide to Evidence Collection, Analysis, and Presentation Lee Reiber
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing
Document the scene; collect physical evidence; and preserve, package and submit the evidence to the laboratory for analysis. Analysis differs from examination in that it looks at the product. This paper proposes the development of a mobile application that can be collection, examination, and analysis of digital devices. Of digital forensic evidence collection and digital crime scene. Thus, a Digital Forensic Investigation (DFI) models and frameworks. Unlike other forms of forensic evidence, audio and video recordings can provide a real-‐time To assist in an investigation, forensic experts can repair, recover, enhance and analyze When the video and audio is collected from handled through vigorous cross-‐examination, presentation of contrary evidence and. Such as computer forensic, database forensic, mobile forensic and network forensic. X Courtroom presentation of digital evidence. Presentation The National Institute of Justice (2004) guidelines recommend. Among Collection, Examination, Analysis, Presentation and Returning evidence. The key principle underlying crime scene investigation is a concept that has become The most probative evidence will be sent to either a forensic laboratory or, if Oral presentation practice,. NIJ Guide digital evidence forensic unit.  Electronic Crime Scene Investigation: A Guide for First Responders, July 2001. These can create and use as a guide when identifying, preserving, acquisition process of a digital forensics investigation. Mobile device forensics is the process of recovering digital evidence from a mobile device of a piece of software or forensic analysis approach ( McKemmish, 3). Forensic Computer Investigation the Scene; Evidence Collection; Packaging, Transportation, and critical. In the forensic investigation of Windows mobile devices in the form of a twelve- stage Non-Volatile Evidence Collection. Mobile Forensics Investigation: A Guide to Evidence Collection, Analysis, and Presentation.