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Digital triage’s part in providing a rapid response to cyber crime, is the focus for digital forensics company Evidence Talks, who are attending this year’s 3CDSE 2018 defence and security industry event in Malvern on Thursday, May 31.
Evidence Talks is working to develop methods of digital triage and detection that can counter the spread of crime online. Ashley Lane, Evidence Talks’ CEO, pictured, said: “Against a background of almost daily headlines about cyber terrorism, crime and fraud, technological advances continue to gather pace and systems have become more diverse. As the barriers to entry continue to lower, the need to find faster and more effective ways of detecting and preventing online crime heightens.”
Offering the skills, training and equipment for front line officers to deliver evidence-quality material recovered from commonly used digital devices, Evidence Talks has developed data capture and review techniques. At the expo the company will show some of its more specialised tools and techniques alongside its flagship SPEKTOR Digital Forensic Intelligence systems, which offer triaging, forensic imaging and automated forensic analysis. Designed to provide front line officers with forensic triage, SPEKTOR is in use by government, military and law enforcement as well as commerce.
Ashley Lane added: “Digital triage has rapidly emerged as a key enabler in the drive to quickly apprehend and bring offenders to justice. Collaboration in the context of the three counties’ “Golden Triangle” is key to combating evolving international threats and we’re eagerly anticipating the opportunity to discuss and demonstrate the strength of our own investigative capabilities.”
About 3CDSE 2018
As a forum for the military and security agencies to meet with suppliers and network, the Three Counties Defence and Security Exposition runs at the Three Counties Showground. Visit www.3cdse.co.uk.