Jad, tell us a bit about OUTRIDER and how it came about?
We talk to officials in law enforcement from a variety of different backgrounds and the one constant for us is trying to find ways to help them do the important work they do. In the case of OUTRIDER, I had been speaking with police and parole officers who were looking for quick and easy ways to tell if their parolees — often child predators — were at risk of reoffending. They needed a way to be able to tell if they had been accessing illicit materials, and fast. We’ve had a triage tool for many years now but have been looking for the right time to re-imagine how triage tools work and build something new.
We took that away and built OUTRIDER — a solution that not only helps them scan devices with lightning speed, but is easy enough for all levels of technical proficiency.