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Register to attend this webinar on Wednesday, August 14, at 1 p.m. ET / 12 p.m. CT / 10 a.m. PT by completing the “Register for this Police1 Webinar” box on this page!

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Our mobile devices may contain the most comprehensive record of our day-to-day lives, including conversations, locations, interests, activities and even a glimpse into our personalities. This crucial access and revealing insight into individuals are what make mobile device evidence the holy grail of any investigation. In this webinar, we will delve into the complexities of synthesizing vast amounts of digital information into a cohesive narrative that is both understandable and digestible for our audience. We will explore the challenges involved in translating this data and will discuss strategies for effectively communicating our findings to ensure clarity and engagement. Noted Forensic Subject Matter Expert Justin Tolman will share his extensive insider professional knowledge in easy-to-understand terms that you can utilize immediately.

You will learn:

  • Ways to identify and combine various “digital” identities to the real individual so communication information can be viewed in the context of the individual instead of the app.
  • Insights into iOS Biome data and new understanding of the user’s behavior.
  • How to review mobile chat data when working with privileged data.


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Justin Tollman

Justin Tolman is the Forensic Subject Matter Expert at Exterro. He was formerly the Director of Training for North America at AccessData prior to and after the acquisition by Exterro. Justin has been developing written and video programs and training AccessData clients worldwide for over 7 years. He also consults with clients on investigations and problems related to forensic issues and procedures. In his new role, Justin will be creating content related to forensic processes, technologies, and workflows, including those related to Forensic Toolkit (FTK). He will also interface with forensic professionals industry-wide to produce better tools and workflows that will help investigators be more successful in their work. Prior to working for AccessData, Justin worked as a Computer Forensic Specialist for the state of Ohio’s Bureau of Criminal Investigations. Justin has a Master’s Degree in Cyber Forensics from Purdue University and a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Information Technology from Brigham Young University—Idaho.