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The Future of Digital Forensics

Law enforcement agencies face a growing wave of digital evidence that they must investigate. With almost every case having a digital component, digital forensic investigators and analysts need to move quickly to keep up with caseloads, bring criminals to justice, and provide closure for victims. 

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In 2023, law enforcement officials must review more data, more often, than ever before. Where a decade ago, an investigation might have required the analysis of a single computer or a smartphone, crimes today may have a web of evidence that spans multiple devices, social media platforms, cloud data storage, and more. Multiply that by the fact that almost every crime has a digital footprint—a text message or email, photographic or video evidence, location data, an internet search—and you have a recipe for a crisis. Even though this challenge is rooted in the spread of technology, technology also offers the solution.

Download this guide to learn:

  • How intuitive interfaces can help new investigators get up to speed quickly
  • How timeline features help investigators understand the story behind a case quickly
  • How automation can cut into the delays that plague many digital forensic units