FORMOBILE is a European-funded project developing a complete end-to-end forensic investigation chain focused on mobile phones and striving to enhance digital safety and security in the EU. 

During the last 2.5 years, the FORMOBILE consortium has worked to achieve three main goals: 

  1. Develop advanced and innovative tools for collecting, retrieving, analysing and visualising data.
  2. Create a standardised process consisting of best practices that support various elements of the mobile forensic chain.
  3. Deliver a novel curriculum and training that equips security practitioners with the necessary knowledge and skills to implement all results.


To demonstrate these efforts, this event showcases tangible examples of how FORMOBILE benefits LEAs in practical scenarios. 

The formula of the event includes an applied demonstration of the solutions developed so far. All examples link to a specific criminal case, exploring how FORMOBILE's results support the work of individual groups of practitioners throughout the investigation chain - from mobile phone to court. 

This is a preview of what FORMOBILE will finally deliver in April 2022, the last month of the project implementation.

The event will also include additional panels related to legal insights in the Digital Forensic domain and a roadmap of future mobile forensics improvements. 

We encourage all representatives connected to Mobile Forensics to join and participate in the event and to be updated with the current FORMOBILE achievements.

FORMOBILE Project Results Event Stakeholders

The preliminary agenda and registration link will be provided closer to the event date. 

For more information about the project, please follow the project on social media via Twitter and LinkedIn or contact the FORMOBILE Communication & Dissemination Team via e-mail: