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Feds Bring Free Webinar on Managing Mobile Forensics

Participants will learn about basic data recovery, legal issues and more.
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According to the FBI, digital evidence is present in nearly every crime scene. More and more, it’s on handheld devices such as cell phones, GPS’, iPods and USB/flash devices and is leading investigators directly to a suspect’s door.

In October, the Regional Computer Forensics Laboratory will present a free Webinar for law enforcement and government personnel on the proper handling of such handheld devices at crime scenes.

Participants will learn about basic data recovery, legal issues and more.

Speaking will be Sgt. Alan Lee of the San Jose Police Department (and computer forensics examiner with the Silicon Valley RCFL) and Curtis Thomas, an FBI electronics engineer.

The event is free, but you must register to participate.

There’s more info and a link to registration here.

Upon request, training certificates of completion will be sent to participants.

The Webinar, Managing Mobile Forensics: What Every Peace Officer Must Know, is Oct. 14, 2009, from 1:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m. EST.

The first RCFL was established by the FBI and other agencies in San Diego in 1999. There are now 14 RCFLs across the country.

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