What You Need to Know Now About macOS 13 and iOS 16
Aired: October 27, 2022
Duration: 40 minutes
Keeping up with the latest trends in our ever-changing technical landscape is key to ensuring a forensically sound investigation. Ensuring you’re up to speed on how to acquire and analyze the latest device operating systems is an ongoing task. Major operating system releases often impact how investigators must approach collection and analysis of evidence. Apple’s new releases of iOS 16 and macOS 13 are no different.
Watch our on-demand webinar where Dr. Joe Sylve, Head of Computer Forensic Research at Cellebrite, shows what we know so far about the latest iOS and macOS updates, and how these new operating systems may affect your investigations.
Which new features do you think will impact investigations the most? What would you like to see us cover in future webinars? Tweet us your questions and feedback at @CellebriteES.
About our Presenter:
Dr. Joe T. Sylve is the Head of Computer Forensic Research at Cellebrite and an Adjunct Professor of Computer Science at both the University of New Orleans and Louisiana State University. His interests are in Memory Analysis, Reverse Engineering, Digital Forensics, Computer Security, Incident Response, and Operating System Internals. He is the author of several open-source digital forensic tools such as LiME Forensics, the first tool set that allows full physical memory acquisition from Android devices. Dr. Sylve is a GIAC Certified Forensic Analyst and received his Ph.D. in 2017 from the University of New Orleans. He has published several peer-reviewed publications on digital forensics.
Dr. Joe T. Sylve Head of Computer Forensic Research at Cellebrite