Digital forensics is the science of recovering files, artifacts, and evidence from digital devices including mobile phones, tablets, computers (including Windows, Mac, and Linux), external drives, drive images, and other media storage (USB flash drives, memory cards, etc.).
Digital forensics investigators can work for law enforcement, corporations, or have their own private investigation firms. As a result of personal computing in the 1970s and 1980s, and the growth of the Internet in the 1990s and 2000s, today's investigations (corporate, civil, and criminal) increasingly involve the need to access digital data to identify suspects, victims, witnesses, and to prove innocence or guilt.
It is common for investigators and lab examiners to standardize on digital forensic tools and equipment and they typically have a variety of software and hardware, just as a mechanic tends to have a variety of tools in their garage. Investigators need to be prepared to perform forensic investigations based on the nature of the crime or investigation. Software forensics is becoming increasingly important in this digital age and the use of digital forensics investigation applications has helped to solve cases faster.
Digital Forensics with ADF
If you are tasked with investigating digital evidence, ADF's suite of tools will help you quickly solve your case. ADF is considered one of the best digital forensic software enabling new and experienced investigators to:
- Collect - Rapid on-scene triage of phones and computers
- Analyze - Highly trained AI gives you quick analysis with auto-tagging, categorization, and "red-light/green-light" showcasing critical evidence and low hanging fruit
- Report - Flexible reporting so you can solve your case the same day and share results for free with other investigators, management, or prosecutors
ADF's powerful digital forensic software has evolved into solutions that are easy to use and easy to deploy widely which lets organizations quickly reduce and eliminate forensic backlogs - something that is valuable for digital forensic labs, high tech crime units, ICAC task forces, and organizations of all sizes that value speed.
ADF software includes forensic support for hundreds of file types and artifacts and a better way to link all that information quicker than any other solution on the market.
How You Can Get Started with ADF
Our primary focus is serving those who serve and we view every digital forensic examiner, investigator, detective, and special agent as important in our mission of helping serve the justice community. Our clients include:
- Law Enforcement
- ICAC Task Forces
- Human Trafficking Task Forces
- Probation & Parole Officers
- Military Operators
- Intelligence Agents
- Private Investigators
If you have a need to investigate a case, or a crime of any type that involves digital evidence, we invite you to request a free trial of ADF software.