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How to Collect Data from MDM Devices

Ask the Expert - UFED Physical Analyzer

Aired: 10 February, 2021

For organizations who need a cost-effective way to handle the physical and remote management of smartphones and tablets on their networks, Mobile Device Management (MDM) is the way to go. With MDM, it’s easier to optimize the functionality and security of mobile devices, improve productivity, oversee compliance, and control updates. 

But what happens when there’s an internal investigation? Collecting data from these devices can be tricky—especially when it comes to MDM.

Join experts from Cellebrite and EY to find out how to plan for investigations and discovery around MDM, and enable the MDM admin to pre-configure organizational policies to allow data detection.

In this webinar, you’ll also learn about:

  • The appropriate policies to follow
  • Considerations for the use of service providers, and advanced services
  • Types of evidence collected from mobile devices, and how to configure your system
  • And how to use MDM to scope your matter
  • Matt McCartney Senior Manager, Forensic Technology and Discovery Services (FTDS) at EY

    Matt’s been with E&Y for over 15 years as Senior Manager in the Forensic Technology and Discovery Services (FTDS) practice with over 13 years of experience in computer forensics, electronic discovery, data analytics and pro-active anti-fraud analysis.   He provides technical and strategic guidance to clients from a variety of diverse industry sectors including Life Sciences, Manufacturing, Automotive and Financial Services and has an array of different experiences on issues including the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, intellectual property, marketing practices, employee misconduct and pricing disputes. Matt has performed thousands of preservations and collections on various software and hardware platforms across the United States and internationally. He is experienced in electronic discovery case management and ESI identification and has assisted in the development and implementation of evidence management methodologies.

    He is also part of EY’s education team leading training events in the topics of computer forensics, electronic discovery, cybercrime, database analysis, and database management. He is an EnCase certified examiner, and he holds a BBA from Texas A&M University.

  • Joe Pochron Senior Manager, Forensic & Integrity Service Practice at EY

    Joe Pochron is a Senior Manager in EY’s Forensic & Integrity Service Practice, based in San Francisco, CA. Joe’s expertise is in digital forensics and cyber response, helping EY clients on complex cyber investigations and cyber incidents response needs.

    Joe has over 18 years of combined experience in digital forensics, cybercrime investigations, eDiscovery, and cyber incident response. During that time, he has investigated or managed thousands of cases involving the collection and analysis of computer, mobile device, network, and cloud-based data.

    Joe has testified numerous times in local, state, and federal legal matters as a digital forensic expert. Additionally, he frequently provides expert affidavits, or expert forensic reports for clients in support of digital forensic analysis or cyber investigative needs

    Joe routinely consults with clients regarding cyber security, digital forensics, incident response and electronic discovery matters. He has managed the preservation, analysis, and review of electronically stored information in a wide range of matters including investigations, independent litigation, regulatory compliance and internal inquiries.

    Joe is a frequent speaker at technical or legal conferences. Additionally, he has been an educator for many industry professionals, serving as an adjunct professor at the university level for many years, teaching courses on digital forensics and cybercrime.

  • Roey Arato Senior Product Business Manager at Cellebrite

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