Latest UFED InField release allows first responders and investigators to selectively extract live mobile forensics data in minutes, supporting multi-tier digital forensics investigative workflows and centralizing key management functions
MYRTLE BEACH, SOUTH CAROLINA -- (Marketwired) -- Jun 07, 2016 -- Cellebrite, the leader in digital forensic extraction, decoding and analysis solutions, introduced an enhanced version of its UFED InField solution today at Mobile Forensics World. The new platform agnostic software solution delivers simplified, secure forensics data access and control while streamlining investigative workflows as part of a multi-tier forensic architecture. An intuitive user interface and new selective extraction capabilities make accessing specific live device data quick and easy. These new capabilities accelerate investigations by allowing agencies to increase access by extending the reach of extraction capabilities to investigators, unify investigative teams by connecting lab and field personnel around the evidence collection process, and secure digital evidence that they can defend in court.
"Today, mobile forensics is touching every single type of crime we investigate, from petty theft, to high-profile, complex homicide investigations," said Sgt. Frank Pace, Phoenix Police Department Digital Forensics Investigative Unit. "As a profession, we are at a point that we need to integrate digital forensics, related training and policies into our culture and processes. Every officer, investigator and prosecutor is going to need that to be effective in their job."
Field tested and proven, the InField solution allows officers and investigators at every level and in any location to securely access and perform forensically sound logical and physical extractions of mobile device or SIM card data by timeframe, data types or relevant persons with minimal training. Whether accessed via in-car workstations, laptops, tablets or self-service kiosks located at a station, this single-purpose, frontline solution supports the widest variety of device types with intuitive workflows that prevent errors or contamination of evidence. The InField software runs across hardware platforms, including the UFED Infield Kiosk and UFED TK. The new enhanced version now enables:
Real-time Access to Qualified Digital Evidence
Field users can select and extract only the relevant data needed based on time range or specific subject information. The Quick Copy feature encourages digital consent by allowing officers and investigators the ability to copy only specific evidence from witnesses and/or victim's phones, leaving personal data private.
Centralized Management & Control
UFED InField simplifies the end-to-end visibility to and management of software updates, configuration modifications, user permissions and usage statistics by crime types and devices processed to ensure evidence is properly managed and protected.
Built on the proven UFED platform, InField enables the real-time, forensically sound extraction of mobile device data and produces defensible evidence investigative stakeholders can stand behind.
"Designed to work on our form factors or an agency's existing laptops, UFED Infield delivers new and improved digital forensics workflows and the actionable intelligence necessary to quickly and effectively focus investigative efforts, reduce case backlogs and significantly shorten case cycle times," said Ron Serber, Cellebrite Global Co-CEO.
To see firsthand how InField's new capabilities can benefit your field organization, visit us at booth 303 or online at www.cellebrite.com/law_enforcement.
Every day around the world, digital data is impacting investigations. Making it intelligent and actionable is what Cellebrite does best. A pioneer of mobile data forensics since 1999 with a passion for technology innovation, Cellebrite is uniquely positioned to address the rapidly evolving needs of its diverse customer base to access, unify and defend digital evidence of all kinds. Together, our powerful UFED solutions deliver the only complete, end-to-end Digital Forensics Platform on the market. Our track record remains unchallenged. Our results? Proven and well documented. With more than 40,000 UFED licenses deployed globally in 100 countries, we allow law enforcement, intelligence services, border patrols, special forces, military and the private sector to achieve their missions quickly and effectively.
Cellebrite is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Sun Corporation, a listed Japanese company (6736/JQ).
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