Android Emulator Forensics: When an Android Device Isn’t an Android Device

Search for Forensic Evidence on Android Emulators

Android tablets and smartphones continue to increase in popularity and appear in a wide range of forensic investigations. As forensic examiners, you know how valuable the data from these devices can be. But what happens if your suspect is using an emulator? Would you know how to handle this as evidence?

Join Jamie McQuaid, Forensics Consultant, for a live webinar to:

  • Get tips and tricks for handling android emulators as part of a forensics examination
  • Understand the differences and similarities between Android emulators and Android devices
  • Learn how emulators can help people be better examiners:
    • Test apps and devices with emulators
    • Deepen understanding of evidence on Android devices

To access the recorded webinar ‘Android Emulator Forensics: When an Android Device isn’t an Android Device’, complete the form on the right.

Jamie McQuaid - Forensics Consultant - Magnet ForensicsJamie McQuaid, Forensics Consultant at Magnet Forensics

Jamie McQuaid CISSP, CFCE, EnCE is a forensics investigator with a background in corporate investigations spanning various industries from telecommunications to financial services and manufacturing. His responsibilities included conducting both forensic and physical investigations as well as incident response globally across the organization. McQuaid is currently a Forensics Consultant at Magnet Forensics where he assists in the development of Magnet AXIOM and provides skilled support to customers with his combined knowledge of Magnet AXIOM and digital forensics. He holds an Advanced Diploma in Computer Security and Investigations from Fleming College and an Honours B.A. from the University of Toronto.