Having one tool that can extract data as easily and efficiently as does the UFED Touch Ultimate is an advantage to any forensic team. Allowing this technology to be as portable as this extends its functionality and practicality.
With digital investigations evolving to include numerous devices, applications and mediums, the SANS Institute is embarking on a new survey about modern-day digital forensics investigations. The survey is being sponsored by Guidance Software, Bit9, Cellebrite, and FireEye. Read more
Cellebrite has released a new version of its UFED Link Analysis product. New functions such as entity analytics, timeline and maps enable users to dig deep into the mobile data and provide accurate, actionable context to investigations.
UFED Link Analysis enables users to develop critical leads in minimal time from data extracted using logical and physical methods.
BYOD, Data Stored in Applications and Tougher Device Encryption Among the Trends Shaping Mobile Forensics in 2013
Glen Rock, NJ and Petah Tikva, Israel – January 22, 2013 – As 2013 gets underway, Cellebrite, the leading provider of mobile forensic and mobile data transfer solutions, has announced a list of top trends in mobile forensics that will shape the year ahead.Read more
SANTA CLARA, CALIFORNIA Dec 17, 2012 – Bitdefender®, the award-winning provider of innovative antivirus solutions, today announced a partnership with Cellebrite, the leading provider of mobile forensic solutions. The partnership integrates Bitdefender’s #1 ranked security software into Cellebrite products used by police departments, military forces and corporate security professionals in more than 60 countries.
In the past year, mobile malware has increased by 1000% and major law enforcement agencies have issued warnings of cyber-attacks on smartphone platforms including Android™ and BlackBerry®, the partnership between Bitdefender and Cellebrite reinforces technological breakthroughs in the forensic industry. Bitdefender’s antimalware technology has been implemented in Cellebrite’s UFED Physical Analyzer software to analyze physical and file system extractions and provide a comprehensive malware report.
We love this product. Mobile device forensics is a tough go at best. There are other excellent mobile device forensic tools in the market, but one of the things that distinguishes the Universal Forensics Extraction Device (UFED) is its ease of use and extremely rapid deployment. Read more
New addition to UFED mobile forensics product line enables investigators to obtain leads in minimal time from call and messaging patterns and contact linkages across multiple devices
Cellebrite, the leading developer and provider of mobile data forensic solutions, today introduced the latest addition to its UFED Series: UFED Link Analysis. This new product augments existing UFED analytics capabilities, allowing field investigators to rapidly visualize key relationships between suspects and identify important patterns and anomalies based on comprehensive mobile device data. The UFED Series is the first mobile forensic solution to deliver data visualization based on a complete range of existing, deleted and hidden data from multiple mobile devices, providing accurate, actionable context to investigations.
Cellebrite, the leading developer and provider of mobile data forensic solutions, has today announced that it has won the Forensic 4cast awards for Phone Forensic Software Tool of the Year for its UFED Physical Analyzer, and Phone Forensic Hardware Tool of the Year for the Cellebrite UFED.
The physical extraction for unlocked devices only is performed using Cellebrite’s proprietary boot loaders, in a forensically sound manner.
This release enables decoding for BlackBerry NAND devices running OS 4, 5, 6 and 7 physical extraction.
Cellebrite has been selected as the supplier of forensic extraction devices for several security groups in Australia.
Within the context of the deals, Cellebrite will provide 200 UFED devices to extract critical data from mobile devices on the spot, saving time and helping solve some of the tougher cases.