Cellebrite Announces Industry’s First All-In-One Solution For Data Triage And Collection From Windows

Digital Collector quickly surfaces Digital Intelligence to accelerate investigation outcomes

Cellebrite, the global leader in Digital Intelligence (DI) solutions for the public and private sectors, today announced the Q1 2021 launch of Digital Collector, a powerful and complete triage and data collection tool for Windows and Apple computers. Formerly branded as BlackBag’s popular MacQuisition product, the upcoming release includes all the popular features customers have grown to depend on, now available for Windows as well, plus additional capabilities making Digital Collector the most comprehensive computer forensics tool in the industry for investigators in law enforcement and in the enterprise.

The new solution is designed for investigators who need to complete a quick triage, live data acquisitions and forensic imaging, without the need for multiple solutions. Digital Collector will be crucial for investigators working on cases ranging from corporate IP theft, financial crimes, child exploitation and trafficking, planned terrorist attacks and more.

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“We are excited to bring Digital Collector to our customers conducting investigations in law enforcement and in the Enterprise,” said Ori Nurick, Executive Vice President of Product Management at Cellebrite. “Having Digital Collector as a part of our extensive suite of Digital Intelligence solutions provides our customers with a tremendous value and a single solution they can rely on for Windows and Apple computer data collection and analysis.”


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The upcoming release of Digital Collector will deliver the first in several new computer access and analysis capabilities scheduled to be introduced by Cellebrite throughout the first half of 2021.  Future updates will focus on ease of use, remote collection capabilities and API integration with existing Cellebrite Digital Intelligence solutions.

Current MacQuisition customers with SSD devices will be able to install the new software for Digital Collector on their existing devices when Digital Collector will be available in early 2021. For more information on Cellebrite’s Digital Collector, please visit Cellebrite.com.

Want to learn more about Digital Collector and see the new features in action? Join us for our upcoming webinar on December 16th in your local time zone. Register here.

About Cellebrite

Cellebrite is the global leader in partnering with public and private organizations to transform how they manage Digital Intelligence in investigations to accelerate justice and ensure data privacy. We aid organizations in mastering the complexities of legally sanctioned digital investigations with an award-winning software suite and services to unify investigative workflows and manage Digital Intelligence. Cellebrite works with industry leaders to help them protect the public and safeguard assets with efficiency and transparency. Trusted by thousands of leading agencies and companies in more than 150 countries, Cellebrite is helping customers fulfill the joint mission of protecting and saving lives. To learn more visit us at www.cellebrite.com or follow us on Twitter @Cellebrite_UFED.

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