Cellebrite, a developer and provider of mobile data forensic solutions, has announced that its Cellebrite UFED Touch has won the Forensic 4:cast Award for phone forensic hardware of the year, and its UFED Physical Analyzer has won phone forensic software of the year.
The awards ceremony was held at the SANS DFIR Summit in Austin, TX on June 9.
Hosted by Lee Whitfield, Forensic 4:cast founder, awards nominations opened in January, and voting took place from April 1 through May 31.
A complete list of winners can be found by clicking here.
Now in its sixth year, the Forensic 4:cast Awards provide the digital forensic community a platform to nominate and vote for the best people, companies and products throughout the industry.
“The community has spoken for the sixth straight year, and has determined that Cellebrite continues to meet its growing demand for richer mobile forensic capabilities,” said Lee Whitfield, the founder of Forensic 4:cast. “Our community of voters has tremendously high standards, and being the leading vote-getter for the sixth straight year is a significant feat for any vendor.”
Ron Serber, co-CEO of Cellebrite, stated: “We strive hard to continue to meet the needs of the forensic community with device support, new platforms, and innovative functionality. We are grateful that the community has once again chosen to recognize our work, and we look forward to meeting our obligation to serving the community with next-generation mobile forensic solutions over the course of the next year.”