If you are working in digital forensics for a European based law enforcement agency, then you are just the person we are looking for!
FORMOBILE is a ground-breaking collaboration of Academia, Government & Industry funded by the European Union to help improve mobile forensics across tools, standards and training.
As part of the project we need the input of serving LEA staff on what the biggest issues are that you face today. Your answers will help determine future standards, tools and training for mobile forensics.
MSAB is part of this consortium and we’ve been asked to spread the questionnaire to our users across Europe. We are looking for responses from as many agencies and countries as possible to ensure that the project is as fully informed on current issues as possible, before we take next steps.
Your input could be highly informative and help shape the future. The deadline for submission is 1st December 2019 so there’s not much time, but we really would value your input here.
Below are links to the official documents for you to complete and email back to us:
Please download the documents, complete and sign the consent form and return to us by e-mail.
The questionnaire is quite detailed because there is so much ground to cover, so your time and effort going through the questions would be really appreciated and we will be sure to keep you up to date on the outcomes of the project as a result. For more details about the benefits of being involved in FORMOBILE please click here: Benefits of FORMOBILE for LEAs.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us for more information: Mike.Dickinson@formobile-project.eu
Mike Dickinson has spent half his working career in military/law enforcement and the other half in the private sector supporting these services. His specialism is providing tools and technologies designed to help in the fight against crime. Using his previous experience as a Senior Investigating Officer in the UK Police, Mike is dedicated to helping agencies make best use of their existing assets to improve the prevention and detection of crime; through the use of digital forensic technology.