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Why is a Cloud Forensics Platform essential for law enforcement?

July 19, 2023

In the rapidly evolving landscape of digital technology, cloud computing services have become the backbone of data storage and processing for individuals, organizations, and unfortunately, even criminals.

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How The ADF Cloud Platform Is Revolutionizing Digital Forensics

March 22, 2023

Forensic examiners, forensic analysts, and law enforcement officers face a critical challenge in processing and analyzing large amounts of digital evidence.

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Unlock the Secrets of Cloud Forensics: Managing Evidence Over the Cloud

February 22, 2023

Today, cloud computing is increasingly being utilized by organizations to store data and manage operations. It has quickly become a necessity for law enforcement, government agencies, and forensic analysts across the globe. By remaining up-to-date on the latest advancements in cloud forensics, organizations can ensure that they can effectively manage their evidence and investigate crimes.

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Cloud Forensics: Identifying the Major Issues and Challenges

December 28, 2022

The use of the Cloud has become a common tool used to store data. Cloud storage allows users to add storage capacity, and sync information and data across devices, and remote computing services [1]. With cloud computing, data can be streamed from cloud storage rather than directly from a device.

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3 Reasons Why You Need Police Evidence Management Software

September 21, 2022

As technology continues to change, police departments must look for ways to increase efficiency and management, and one area that requires continuous innovation is police evidence management.

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Announcing the ADF Cloud Platform: Digital Forensic Token Server and Audit Trail

August 31, 2022

ADF software is deployed in field and lab investigations of smartphones, computers, and devices and is used by digital first responders to quickly collect, identify and report on digital evidence - thereby reducing or eliminating forensic backlogs that many agencies and organizations face today. Organizations have come to rely on ADF’s revolutionary digital investigation approach to solve their forensic backlog problems.

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