Mobile devices are becoming an increasingly integral part of criminal, legal, and regulatory investigations and disclosures. 

However, computers and mobile devices are often examined separately by different people, often due to technical and procedural reasons. That can make it almost impossible to identify and review evidence and intelligence across multiple data sources, devices, and crime scenes. Only when we look at all of the devices at the same time will we start to see the complete picture.

In this webinar, we will look at some of the trends and challenges in acquiring and analysis mobile devices and will discuss:

  • What we can expect to recover from mobile devices today
  • What this data looks like when reviewed using Nuix
  • Techniques and workflows for optimising investigations that include mobile devices, computers, and cloud-based evidence.

Webinar Details

Topic: Bridging the gap between mobile and computer forensics
Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Time: 11am GMT (Wed)
Duration: 45 mins + Q&A

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Date: Wednesday, March 1, 2017
Time: 11am GMT (Wed)
Duration: 45 mins + Q&A


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Global Head of Investigations

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Senior Solutions Consultant

Guest Speaker


Mark Wootton
eDiscovery Manager, Yerra Solutions

Mark is an eDiscovery Manager with over 20 years of experience as an expert investigator. He specialises in the collection, examination and presentation of electronic information as evidence for both corporate and law enforcement investigations. Mark has a skill set in complex criminal investigations to include money laundering, fraud and financial matters and an absolute passion and drive for delivering quality evidence that assists companies in making risk based decisions.
If you can’t join the webinar live, the webinar recording will be available on demand to all registered attendees.