Evimetry Lab Changes The Game For In-Lab Forensic Workflow
Tuesday, May 22, 2018 (12:06:34)

Posted by blschatz

Schatz Forensic today announced Evimetry Lab, a next-generation digital forensic system for dramatically accelerating in-lab forensic workflow. The system solves the most pressing problems of policing and other mature forensic labs; getting answers faster and scaling to meet ever growing volumes of evidence. Exploiting high-speed networking and centralized high-performance storage, Evimetry Lab enables forensic examiners to begin analysis immediately on beginning forensic acquisition, and enables time consuming processing tasks to begin (and finish) hours earlier.

“The fundamental problem in forensics today is that traditional acquisition imposes too much delay”, said the Director of Schatz Forensic, Dr. Bradley Schatz. “Reducing acquisition times helps, and we are the leader in this, but the time you spend waiting for acquisition, verification, and copying of evidence onto your processing servers is still time wasted. The only way to solve this is by doing acquisition at the same time as processing.”

Evimetry’s next-generation forensic acquisition & analysis technology was released two years ago and has consistently led the field in real-world acquisition speeds. For SATA3 storage devices, data rates of 5-33 GB/min per device are consistently achieved, depending on the maximum speed of the device. For high performance storage, such as direct attached RAID and NVMe, speeds ranging from 40-150 GB/min are commonly observed. Evimetry Lab builds on this foundation, providing a simple means for multiple tools such as EnCase & NUIX to begin processing immediately, and deliver analysis results hours earlier.

Evimetry Lab will be demonstrated at the 2018 Enfuse Conference, May 21st-23rd in Orlando, Florida and at the Techno Security Conference in Myrtle Beach, SC, June 4th-6th.

About Schatz Forensic:
Founded in 2009, Schatz Forensic is an independently owned digital forensics firm focused on solving complex digital evidence problems for Government Agencies, Law Enforcement, Legal Practitioners, and Corporates. The Brisbane, Australia based company is led by Dr. Bradley Schatz, a globally recognised leader in forensic research. The company sells direct to users and through authorized resellers world-wide. For more information visit our website at https://evimetry.com or follow Evimetry on Twitter, @wirespeed4n6.

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