Apple’s growing leadership in the smart phone and tablet industry has helped fuel the rapid BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) program adoption among enterprise and government organizations. Program adoption rates continue to outpace the acceptable use policies and incident response tactics needed to safely and securely incorporate these devices into a BYOD environment.
Additionally, Apple iOS device operating system architecture and encryption implementations present significantly different challenges than do Windows-based devices that, until recently, dominated the mobile computing market space.
Join BlackBag Technologies and Carahsoft for a complimentary webcast as we provide a comprehensive look into the ever-evolving challenges, threats, and incident response options associated with iPhone and iPad devices.
Discussion topics will include:
* iOS data acquisition best practices, including logical and physical imaging options
* Encryption and locked iOS device challenges, tips, and tricks
* iOS forensic analysis overview – iOS data and metadata challenges and opportunities
* BlackLight software – efficiently triaging and analyzing an iOS device
This presentation will be focused toward digital forensics and incident response professionals and program managers who wish to better their understanding of iPhone and iPad digital forensics and security.
Contact Name: Steve Jacyna
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