Detego Global & Hi2 Consulting Host 7th Annual SWE Digital Forensics Conference

Detego Global, the company behind the award-winning Unified Digital Forensics Platform, which includes globally patented tools such as Ballistic Imager and Field Triage, has partnered with Swedish digital forensics and exploitation experts, Hi2 Consulting, to announce the 7th Annual SWE Digital Forensics and Exploit Conference.

Held in Stockholm from the 25-26 of May, this free event aims to provide participants with a detailed look at the modern digital forensics technology that is revolutionising investigations in the military, law enforcement and corporate sectors.

The first day of the event will feature a specialised training session led by the Detego team. This training will focus on the acclaimed Detego MD and Detego Analyse tools. Participants will learn how to utilise Detego MD to extract data from tens of thousands of phone models, including burner and feature phones, as well as thousands of apps and smart devices. Attendees will also discover how Detego’s AI-powered analytics and advanced workflow automation capabilities can help them rapidly pinpoint data that’s essential to their investigations. Attendees of this workshop will be provided with the equipment they need to follow the training session.

The second day of the event will feature presentations on the latest advancements in digital forensics technology, including updates to Detego Global’s award-winning Unified Digital Forensics Platform, which includes record-breaking imaging capabilities, faster hash-matching functionality and a host of AI-powered analytical tools and enhanced workflow automation capabilities. Participants will also hear from Hi2 Consulting’s technology partners, CFID and Vespereye, and learn how to use these advancements to streamline investigations and achieve better outcomes in the lab and the field.

Sharing his thoughts, Detego Global’s Managing Director, Andy Lister, said:


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“We are thrilled to announce our partnership with Hi2 Consulting. Through their consultative approach, Magnus and his team have been instrumental in our continuous growth in the Swedish market over the past nine years. Our close collaboration with customers has allowed us to develop unique solutions that meet their needs. The SWE Digital Forensics and Exploit events are an excellent opportunity for us to showcase our latest innovations and gather valuable feedback from our customers and prospects.”

Magnus Karlsson, CEO of Hi2 Consulting, added:

“We are thrilled to extend a warm welcome to all conference attendees. As an organisation, we are committed to gaining deeper insights into the challenges faced by our customers and developing solutions that are tailored to meet their evolving needs. Our enduring partnership with Detego Global is a testament to the effectiveness of their technology and our unwavering client support. We are proud to report that we have never lost a client in Sweden, and Detego customers continue to renew their licenses year after year, with some opting for multi-year renewals.”

Participation is free, and attendees can register by clicking this link.

About Detego Global

Detego Global is the company behind award-winning Digital Forensics, Case Management and Endpoint Monitoring solutions that are trusted by the military, law enforcement teams, intelligence agencies and enterprises worldwide.

With the ever-increasing use of digital devices and the corresponding mass of data that’s created, Detego Global’s solutions have become the preferred choice for rapidly acquiring, analysing and acting on evidence and intelligence.

About Hi2 Consulting

Hi2 Consulting provides software and hardware-based solutions for digital forensics and exploitation. This includes end-to-end solutions spanning products, education, and first-line support.

The company delivers some of the market’s best and most innovative products through an extensive network of international partners.

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