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GCN : July 2014
BY WILLIAM JACKSON 18 GCN JULY 2014 • GCN.COM How technology digs the data out of smartphones MOBILE DEVICE FORENSICS The explosive growth of mobile tech- nology has been a boon and a bane for forensics investigators. Smart- phones provide a potential wealth of evidence, but the backlog of devic- es to be searched is mounting, and keeping up with changes in mobile devices has been a struggle for foren- sics tool developers. "When I started doing forensics, mo- bile devices meant flip-phones and text- ing," said Josh Moulin, a contractor do- ing forensics work for a federal agency.