Computer forensics labs across the United States and around the world are struggling
to keep up with their ever-growing caseloads due to the advances in technology. The
overwhelming increase in cases affects law enforcement, government agencies and
large corporations alike. However, the issue is ...
Consumer behavior is now hardwired to connectivity, which means digital forensics requires faster results, better insights, and more sophisticated tools,” said Tod Ewasko, product management for AccessData. “The solutions we create to address the needs of the forensics investigator are more crit...
A federal agency came to AccessData with a problem: Over the past five years, with
the explosive growth of technology use and the data it produces, the agency’s financial crimes
workload had grown to almost impossible levels. What’s more, the agency was expected to get
it all done faster than...
A recent survey of the Access Data public sector clients highlights the future trends and challenges they face and how they plan on managing specific roadblocks.
A federal agency reduced its forensics review turnaround time from months to days, while
also providing a substantial increase in savings through the use of AD Lab and its ability to
simultaneously process more types of data and large-scale data sets. Forensic investigators
experienced greater ef...
Forensic collection and analysis of digital data from
suspects’ computers is essential in just about every
law enforcement investigation today. Mobile phones,
tablets, laptops, desktops and networks store
information that can prove if a suspect was at a certain
location when a crime occurred,...