Nuix And MSAB Announce Partnership To Streamline Computer And Mobile Forensics
Global technology company Nuix and MSAB, a pioneer in mobile device forensic examination, today announced a partnership focused on harmonizing the Nuix digital investigation platform with MSAB’s suite of market-leading mobile forensics solutions. This partnership offers a streamlined workflow for investigators seeking to reduce their case backlogs and become more efficient in examining the dramatically growing volumes of digital evidence involved in investigative cases.
“Mobile devices are a prime source of digital evidence—our law enforcement customers tell us they examine up to five times as many mobile devices as traditional PCs in a typical investigation,” said Paul Slater, Nuix’s Global Head of Investigations. “This integration with MSAB will help customers accelerate the digital investigation process, especially at scale, giving them a better way to search and analyze all the evidence from mobile devices, computers, and many other data sources.”
Closer integration of these two leading technologies will enable customers to work easily between MSAB’s mobile device forensics products and Nuix’s digital investigation software. They will be able to extract and decode forensic artifacts from mobile devices before automatically transferring files and associated metadata to the Nuix platform - including tags and comments from MSAB’s suite of tools.
“We are led by customer demand and want to ensure that our customers get the best possible solutions available in the digital forensics industry,” said Joel Bollo, CEO of MSAB. “Working in collaboration with other companies, we aim to build a leading consortium of providers. Nuix have shown their analytical platform capabilities provide users with excellent functionality, so we are excited about the opportunity to work closer with them.”
For questions on the partnership or a demonstration of the joint workflow please contact:
Joel Bollo, CEO, MSAB
+46 (0) 70 930 07 20
Paul Slater, Global Head of Investigations, Nuix