Devices like iPads, iPods, memory sticks, external hard drives, digital cameras, games consoles, set-top boxes can all be forensically analysed.
CCL has seen a large number of unusual devices pass through its labs over the years. As technology advances, the range of devices on the market is increasing - as is their capability.
If it stores digital data, there's a significant chance that CCL will be able to recover that data. The connectivity between devices can also be analysed. For example, has a certain memory stick been connected to a certain computer - or has a particular phone been synced to a PC?
Investigators are increasingly finding that "high-end" fashionable devices feature in the list of products seized - or that a large number of peripherals are seized during an operation. CCL has a successful history in working with multiple types of exhibit as part of the same case, and can provide a bespoke service to ensure that all exhibits are prioritised.
If your case involves a digital device with which you are not familiar, please do not hesitate to contact CCL . Our R&D department has a wealth of tools and techniques which may be relevant to the investigation, and we can also provide advice and direction regarding these obscure devices