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NEW!!! Digital Evidence Case Assessment Method (DECAM) White Paper

FROM COLLECTION TO THE COURTROOM: DIGITAL EVIDENCE A NEW Standardized Method for Investigators and Attorneys IRIS LLC is proud to announce the creation of the first standardized Digital Evidence Case Assessment Method (DECAM) for indigent defense organizations.  Developed for the defense community to reduce pre-trial incarceration and prevent future wrongful convictions in cases involving digital evidence. Click here to read the New DECAM White Paper  

2019-09-19T15:19:49-04:00May 20th, 2019|Categories: Cell Phone Forensics, Computer Forensics, Investigations, Location Data, Social Media, Standards-Best Practices, Training, Uncategorized|Comments Off on NEW!!! Digital Evidence Case Assessment Method (DECAM) White Paper

Advanced Cell Site Analysis Using Per Call Measurement Data

Location data from cellular service provider records can be key evidence in a case. Cell-site information from call detail records can place a person in a general are but are not very accurate. Cellular service providers have more accurate location data known as Per Call Measurement Data (PCMD). See Full Article> Advanced Cell-Site Analysis Using PCMD

2019-09-19T16:13:36-04:00July 10th, 2018|Categories: Cell Phone Forensics, Investigations, Location Data|Tags: , , , , , , |Comments Off on Advanced Cell Site Analysis Using Per Call Measurement Data

Case Study: Early Assessment and the use of Cell Site Records

Previously overlooked cell site records containing location data were used to exonerate a man after 17 years in jail. In 2000, teenager Vernon Horn was convicted for a January 1999 robbery and murder at a New Haven neighborhood convenience store. Seventeen years later, cell-site records were used to set aside the conviction. Read the Full Article> Case Study: Early Assessment and the use of Cell Site Records

2019-05-07T15:58:49-04:00July 3rd, 2018|Categories: Cell Phone Forensics, Investigations, Location Data|Tags: , , |Comments Off on Case Study: Early Assessment and the use of Cell Site Records