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Evidence and Incident Management tools

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Evidence and Incident Management tools

Post Posted: Wed Apr 19, 2017 10:44 am

Hello Community!
We are searching for a tool to register upcoming digital evidence objects, capture their properties, their analysis procedures and results and add to them a task list what to do next with it and what is recommended. A database model would be preferable, best with an API to directly feed it with third party information.
Because of security and policy reasons we want to host this tool on our own infrastructure and be able to manipulate it. Open source is preferred but not mandatory.
The system should be able to create different customizable reports on the data, and export it in common formats like pdf or html.
Does any of you know such a tool or is even working with one?
We would be very happy for recommendations!  

TKLautenschläger
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Re: Evidence and Incident Management tools

Post Posted: Wed Apr 19, 2017 11:18 am

Are you searching for CRM?
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Igor_Michailov
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Re: Evidence and Incident Management tools

Post Posted: Wed Apr 19, 2017 11:22 am

No, just evidence management. We are goin to set up a new system for every client.  

TKLautenschläger
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Re: Evidence and Incident Management tools

Post Posted: Wed Apr 19, 2017 3:36 pm

Looks like you need something like a IR murderboard.

Take a look at Kirjuri:
https://www.forensicfocus.com/Forums/viewtopic/t=14486/

While it isn't directed to IR, you can still use it by creating cases from incidents and add evidence to that. And it's open source.  

MDCR
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