Mobile Device Forensics

With years of industry experience, technical excellence and a dedicated team, IntaForensics® are capable of offering the full range of digital investigation services and litigation support, and are able to adapt to the unique and individual needs of solicitors, private clients, Law Enforcement Agencies and commercial organisations.


Mobile Device Forensic Experts

Mobile device Analysis or Mobile Phone Forensics is the digital forensic approach concerned with the systematic examination of mobile phones, tablets and satellite navigation devices and all attached media – such as SIM cards and memory storage cards. With the ever increasing functionality of today’s Smart mobile devices, more extensive and creative uses for these devices are evident in more and more criminal activity.

Call Logs & Contacts

Text Messages

Instant Messages


Images, Videos & Audio

Internet History

GPS & Map Data

Documents & App Data

I can honestly say that your excellent customer service and communication has made our forensic instructions to you exceptionally easy. I am very conscious of the amount of time I must have taken up with various queries, requests, and then changed requests but you have always been very patient, polite and extremely helpful.

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