Describe the state and how it might impact the investigator gathering data.
Discussion Forum :: Mobile Forensics
During this module, you explored the topics of mobile forensics. The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) guidelines list four different states a mobile device can be in when you extract data.
Identify the four states.
Describe the state, and how it might impact the investigator gathering data. Also discuss alternatives and work-arounds to the device state, which the investigator may initially encounter.
In preparing your response, include at least one source from professional or academic literature—such as articles from peer-reviewed journals and relevant textbooks. For this course, Wikipedia is not considered an academic or professional reference. Be sure to proofread and spell-check your responses. All sources should be formatted using APA guidelines.
Mobile device forensic is the technique involved in recovery of evidence from a mobile device, for the purpose of recovering digital information for investigations. ‘Forensically sound’ is a term used in forensics to refer to methods and processes applied, in accordance with international standards for acquiring, and examining mobile devices……………………..