Mobile Device Forensics Now Available
August 23, 2016 (Atlanta, GA) – Attorneys and law enforcement agents across the state of Georgia have new access to an investigative tool. Hawk Private Investigations (Hawk PI) is proud to be one of the first in Georgia to offer expanded capabilities of mobile device forensics.
Device forensics and it’s output – digital evidence – is a new and emerging field that has developed from the increasing use and prevalence of mobile devices such as cell phones, tablets and navigation systems. The number of mobile devices continues to grow and it was reported in the Annual Wireless Industry Study that the number of wireless devices in the U.S. exceeds the population to the tune of 110% in December of 2014. With this growth, forensic examinations will continue to become more and more valuable to the majority of cases – including civil, legal and law enforcement cases.
“The addition of this technology and these capabilities represents a new era in investigations,” says Thomas P. Hawkins, director and CEO of Hawk PI. “We are setting a new precedent for access and availability to the latest technology and its compelling, indisputable evidence for attorneys and law enforcement in the Atlanta area and throughout Georgia.”
Mobile device forensics utilizes cutting-edge technology that requires qualified and well-trained professionals to administer and preserve the information. Hawk PI is certified by Cellebrite UFED, known for its breakthroughs in mobile data technology, as a Logical Operator and Physical Analyst.
To learn more about mobile device forensics and its capabilities, contact Hawk PI at (800) 499-4295.
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