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Advanced Cell Site Analysis Using Per Call Measurement Data

Location data from cellular service provider records can be key evidence in a case.  In this article we discuss how a mobile device works on a cellular network, the types of location data that can be obtained from the cellular service provider, and links to the latest subpoena guide and retention schedules for the major service providers. Read Full Article Here>

2018-08-02T14:51:04+00:00July 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.  17 years later cell site records were used to set aside the conviction. Read the Full Article Here>

2018-07-03T14:51:49+00:00July 3rd, 2018|Categories: Cell Phone Forensics, Investigations, Location Data|Tags: , , |Comments Off on Case Study: Early Assessment and the use of Cell Site Records

What attorneys and investigators need to know about cell provider records and their retention

Effective use of location data begins with having the knowledge of what information to get and where to find it.  But the most important thing to know is that it is time sensitive so it must be prioritized early. Cellular service providers have location data records you may not have considered.  These records can be a significant source of information, but are more time sensitive than other records because of each providers record retention.  For example, when a person is travelling, and their mobile device is idle, the device could be connecting to roaming networks, Wi-Fi hotspots, cell site towers, etc.  Each of these actions leaves a footprint of locations that are contained in unique service provider records. “Harness the power of knowledge.” We explain what service provider records are available, how long they are kept and how to get them.  We combined these free resources and more in our IRIS LLC Digital Evidence Toolbox.  These resources include an up-to-date subpoena guide for all the major cellular and internet service providers.  They also include updated 2018 retention schedules for the main cellular service providers and descriptions of the types of records to request. Read Full Article Here Click Here for the IRIS DIGITAL EVIDENCE TOOLBOX

2018-07-03T11:56:34+00:00June 26th, 2018|Categories: Cell Phone Forensics|Tags: , |Comments Off on What attorneys and investigators need to know about cell provider records and their retention