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Nottinghamshire Police First Law Enforcement Agency to Deploy ForensicSoft in United Kingdom
Date:7/28/2009

k. SAFE has allowed us to do exactly that, and provides our unit with a great deal of flexibility by offering an easy-to-use and forensically sound platform to run our preferred tools from," said Chris Tappin of Nottinghamshire Police. One of the key advantages of the ForensicSoft product is the speed at which it captures digital evidence as compared to alternative hardware solutions. "Whilst we still image straightforward cases with hardware write blockers, we are seeing more and more devices with storage that is difficult or impossible to access. I can see our use of SAFE increase in correlation with the increase in netbook and sub-notebook submissions. SAFE allows us to avoid time-consuming disassembly whilst continuing to use our preferred imaging and analysis software. Benefits obviously vary case by case, but on the most troublesome hardware SAFE could save us several hours with a screwdriver."

About ForensicSoft

Founded in 2005, ForensicSoft provides tools that help forensic investigators and legal professionals address the growing volume of investigations involving digital evidence. Our unique insight into the practice of computer forensics, combined with our innovative research and development team, is producing tools to fill needs in the digital security and forensic markets. For more information, please visit us at http://www.forensicsoft.com or contact us at info@forensicsoft.com.

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