Accessdata And Nuix Partner To Distribute Email And Data Forensic Software

SYDNEY, Australia and LINDON, Utah – June 19, 2007 – Nuix Pty and AccessData Corporation, a pioneer in the digital forensics industry, today announced a strategic partnership to globally distribute their powerful and complementary email and computer forensic software for the corporate and government markets. AccessData will add Nuix’s fbi (fact-based investigation) software platform to its industry leading suite of forensics products delivering law enforcement and corporate security professionals greater investigative power than ever before available…“The fbi platform revolutionises the way government and private organisations investigate electronic information, improving simplicity and accuracy and slashing the time and cost of investigations and the discovery processes,” said Eddie Sheehy, CEO of Nuix. “Nuix is delighted to partner with AccessData, the recognized global leader in the digital forensics industry with a reputation for quality tools, training, and customer service.”

“AccessData’s Ultimate ToolKitTM (UTKTM) enables investigators to read, acquire, decrypt, analyze and report digital information. Adding the capability, speed, and simplicity of fbi to our expanding family of products continues our tradition of offering industry-leading solutions,” stated Kent Millington, CEO of AccessData.

The result of eight years of development in collaboration with major Australian government agencies, law firms and corporations, fbi accepts and completely processes virtually all file formats in their unprocessed form and features particularly robust “skin tone” analysis. fbi provides simple, yet powerful tools and graphical representations to demonstrate what actually occurred and exports the results into industry standard legal review tools.

About AccessData

AccessData, a pioneer in the forensic computing industry, provides the tools and training to empower examiners at the local, state and federal levels, and corporations, to perform thorough investigations with speed and efficiency. AccessData has led the forensic computing industry with its password cracking and decryption technology for more than 18 years. AccessData expanded its offering to include the Forensic ToolkitTM (FTKTM), which enables investigators and corporations to analyze electronic files for evidence including any cracked or decrypted files. AccessData is a recognized leader in the field of digital forensics training and certification with its AccessData Certified Examiners program (ACE), ensuring forensic examiners worldwide follow established standards and guidelines. For more information on AccessData visit: www.accessdata.com


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About Nuix

Nuix is a privately owned Australian company which has spent the past seven years developing and refining the world’s most advanced email and data forensics software. The software, called fbi revolutionises the way government and private organisations investigate electronic information, improving simplicity and accuracy and slashing the time and cost of investigations by more than 80%. Current customers in Australia include state and federal government departments, regulatory agencies, police and anti- corruption bodies, banks, law firms and a growing number of Australian corporations and educational institutions. Nuix also has a growing number of customers in the US, UK, New Zealand, China and Hong Kong. For more information, see: nuix.com

Contacts:

Erin L. Uda
AccessData Corporation
(801) 377-5410 x876
euda@accessdata.com

Carolyn Betts
+61 418 487 469
Carolyn@nuix.com.au

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