Cellebrite Physical Analyzer Ultra: What you Need to Know
Aired: 9 June, 2022
Duration: 20 Minutes
For eDiscovery, ensuring collection tools can scale to meet case needs is important for a forensically sound investigation. Litigation technology professionals need to be confident their solution can handle the large volumes of data that are only increasing as more evidence is stored digitally.
One main challenge is converting unstructured data from mobile devices directly into a review format, which can take eDiscovery professionals hours.
That’s why with Physical Analyzer Ultra (PA Ultra) legal professionals will be able to access all data sources pertinent to a case from mobile devices and save time with an easy, seamless review.
Join us for this informative webinar where Monica Harris, Product Manager with Cellebrite Enterprise Solutions, will showcase the following highlights of PA Ultra:
- Support for a larger scale and volume of data for evidence and cases
- How data is stored on an internal database to ensure there is no need to reparse data when reopening a case
- Easier than ever access while working multiple cases in parallel
- Support for a unified view of computer, mobile, and cloud data
- Integration of mobile device data into the review platform
- View messages from communication apps graphically and contextually
- Select specific data from mobile devices that will be imported into the review system, whether manually or by timeline
- Reduce redacting time by loading only relevant into the review system
Monica Harris Product Manager with Cellebrite Enterprise Solutions
Monica is an experienced eDiscovery professional that began her career in technical support and quality assurance and over the past 15 years has specialized in the development, implementation, and training of proprietary software for companies such as KLDiscovery and Consilio. Before joining Cellebrite she worked with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (U.S. FDA) where she sent 2 years overseeing policy and procedure curation, enterprise solution rollout, and training for enterprise solutions such as Encase, Nuix and Relativity for agency litigation and Freedom of Information (FOI) requests. Monica is an active leader and mentor in the eDiscovery community and currently serves as President of the Association of Certified eDiscovery Specialists (ACEDS) DC Chapter, a Board Member of the Master’s Conference and Committee Chair of the DC Masters Conference. Monica has formerly served as Assistant Director for the Women in eDiscovery (WiE) DC Chapter and collaborates frequently with DC WiE, the DC Bar, and the Woman’s Bar Association of DC. Monica lives in DC and is originally from Philadelphia. In addition to be being an avid Philadelphia Eagles fan, she enjoys painting, candle making and travel.