The Israeli company Cellebrite, which specializes in the development and manufacture of solutions for investigative needs and cellphone data extraction, has signed a five-year deal with a large defense organization in Japan. The agreement is for providing UFED Touch systems for extracting data from cellphones for intelligence and investigative purposes.
In the framework of the agreement, which is estimated at several million dollars, Cellebrite will provide hundreds of UFED Touch Logical systems for extracting and decrypting data and evidence found on cellular devices, in field conditions, and in real-time, even if the data is encoded or deleted.
The system allows access to conversation logs, phone numbers, text messages, photos, audio and video files, and more. It supports more than 4,000 cellphone types, including smartphones, GPS devices, and tablets, as well as various operating systems.
Ron Serber, co-CEO at Cellebrite, says, “Present-day cellphones contain more and more information, and the UFED Touch is the most comprehensive and advanced solution with regards to present-day technology, answering the needs of investigators and intelligence personnel."