Fri, July 24, 2020
11:00 AM – 12:30 PM PDT
July chapter meeting will be presented by MSAB (Micro Systemation AB)
Topic: MSAB Mobile Forensics: Discover the Latest Capabilities of XRY
Significantly increase the amount of location data, extract more refined data from more devices more securely and in less time, view content from warrant returns and more.
Today’s release of new versions of XRY & XAMN represent a substantial advance in our efforts to help our customers acquire mobile data faster, easier and more securely.
XRY 9.1 brings significant extraction and decoding speeds to more mobile devices, with the total number of supported devices exceeding 32,400. XRY 9.1 features improvements to the streamlined user interface that make the extraction process easier than ever before. Plus, you can now get past locked LG Android Qualcomm based devices and get a complete data extraction. To process a wider variety of mobile related data; XAMN now enables you to ingest and view content from warrant returns in your case. XAMN 5.1 also allows rapid access to all the apps from the start page to simplify the selection of decoded app artifacts for examiners.
Kevin Kyono joined MSAB in January 2020 after a 27-year career with the San Jose Police Department. He spent eight years of his law enforcement career in the Investigations Bureau performing digital forensic examinations in a variety of cases ranging from homicides to narcotics to child exploitation. Kevin’s last assignment was with the Silicon Valley ICAC Task Force where he was a forensics examiner and K-9 handler for Heidi, a dog trained to find hidden electronic storage devices. Kevin has been a member of the HTCIA since 2007.
Audrey Slade joined MSAB in April 2019 after several years working in sales, marketing and customer relationships management across several industries. Audrey manages state and local accounts for the West Coast region and is based in Los Angeles.