Mobile phones are now more common than regular computers and are increasingly an important source of evidence, including information on who the owner talked to, what messages they sent or received, their social networks, and the locations they have visited. This area of digital forensics is fast moving and rapidly changing in comparison with computer forensics, requiring a wide range of techniques and approaches depending on the make and model of phone.
We provide expert advice, opinion and analysis services in relation to mobile phone forensic matters:
The plaintiff alleged that, on being confronted with accusations of having filmed the plaintiff without their constent, the accused attempted to destroy their mobile phone. In subsequent litigation, the issue of whether the video had been sent or otherwise moved from the mobile phone was raised.
We were able to rebuild and repair the phone such that an analysis of the claims was possible.