AccessData Rolls Out Integration of Digital Forensics Software Tools with Project VIC Database

AccessData Rolls Out Integration of Digital Forensics Software Tools with Project VIC Database
February 12, 2018 Andrew Torgan

AccessData Rolls Out Integration of Digital Forensics Software Tools with Project VIC Database

Feb. 12, 2018AccessData Group, a leading provider of integrated digital forensics and e-discovery software, has released new versions of its suite of digital forensics software tools that feature seamless integration with the Project VIC database.

The company’s new AD Lab 6.3 and FTK® 6.3 forensic software tools include new integration with Project VIC, which makes it easier for law enforcement professionals to investigate and prosecute child exploitation cases, as well as share forensic data.

Project VIC is a community of investigators, victim identification specialists, application developers, scientists and strategic partners. Project VIC’s professionals collaborate to leverage the newest technologies and digital investigation methods to improve law enforcement success in rescuing victims of child sexual exploitation and trafficking.

By enabling seamless integration between AccessData’s software tools and the Project VIC database, these new releases help law enforcement professionals work smarter as they’re able to obtain better data from digital investigations.

The integration with Project VIC is one of many innovative new features in AD Lab and FTK that allow customers to take greater control of their digital investigations. Notably, users now have the option of purchasing access to nearly 200 additional mobile parsers within FTK and AD Lab through a technology partnership with Belkasoft® Evidence Center. These parsers allow users to analyze data from popular mobile apps— such as SayIt, WhatsApp® and Facebook®—to add more color and context to their investigations. Moreover, iSubmit® users now benefit from easier case management of digital evidence with a new AccessData integration.

“The enhancements built into AD Lab 6.3 and FTK 6.3 deliver powerful job management tools, the ability to parse additional file types and more flexible processing options that make our customers’ digital investigations more efficient,” said Victor Limongelli, chief executive officer of AccessData. “The new versions of these software products truly raise the bar for our customers’ digital forensics investigations.”

AD Lab is a large-scale investigations and processing engine that enables computer forensics labs of all sizes to provide their teams with collaborative analysis, centralized case management and web-based review, thereby dramatically streamlining the investigative process. FTK (Forensic Toolkit®) is a court-cited digital investigations platform built to help customers find relevant evidence faster, dramatically increase analysis speed and reduce backlogs.

For more information about the new versions of AccessData’s digital forensics software products, please click here.

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About AccessData
Whether it’s for investigation, litigation or compliance, AccessData® offers industry-leading solutions that put the power of forensics in your hands. For more than 30 years, AccessData has worked with over 130,000 customers in law enforcement, government agencies, corporations and law firms around the world, providing both stand-alone and enterprise-class solutions that can synergistically work together. The company is backed by Sorenson Capital, a leading private equity firm focused on high-growth portfolios. For more information on AccessData, please go to www.accessdata.com.

 

About Project VIC

Project VIC champions a transformation in the approach to child exploitation investigations by developing innovative technologies and victim-centric methodologies. We are a coalition of law enforcement and private sector partners providing solutions to real-world challenges. Law enforcement agencies worldwide use the technology developed by Project VIC’s partners to rescue child victims, apprehend offenders and secure crime scenes. For more information, please visit www.projectvic.org.

 

Project VIC is proudly supported by The National Association to Protect Children.

 

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