The complexity of digital investigations and the volume of data is increasing. And that’s all while budget constraints and talent shortages force digital forensic labs to get more done with what with they have.
That’s why workflow automation and orchestration is quickly becoming a leading solution to tackle today’s digital investigation challenges, but what is it and is it right for your lab?
A new free white paper, “Best Practices for Digital Forensics Workflow Orchestration & Automation” from Magnet Forensics will help you learn:
- What types of tasks and workflows are best suited for automation (and which are not)
- The importance of standard operation procedures and automation effectiveness
- How to know when it’s the right time to implement, and how to methodically plan for it