What the FBI’s Fight With Apple Means for Data Recovery

Apple devices may not be the best choice when you anticipate having to employ data recovery services. Apple publicly denied the FBI’s request.

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What the FBI’s Fight With Apple Means for Data Recovery

In the wake of mass shootings in San Bernardino, much news was made of the fact that the FBI couldn’t access the data contained in one of the shooters’ iPhones. Even more of a commotion arose after the intelligence agency asked Apple to unlock the device and potentially millions of others by creating new tools that would disable built-in security features.

The Root of the Issue: FBI & Apple Company Feud Over Data Recovery

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About the Author
Tommy Khamoushi, Data Recovery Expert

Tommy Khamoushi is an IACRB-certified Data Recovery Engineer and a Certified Forensic Computer Investigator. He has more than 20 years of experience in data recovery including providing technical support for the House of Representatives.

Tommy leads a team of data recovery engineers and experts at TTR Data Recovery to recover highly sensitive data for government agencies like the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and enterprise businesses using advanced and proprietary techniques and processes.

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