Probity Inc, a software services and systems engineering company, is pleased to announce the release of Truxton 2.0, a digital forensics platform designed to automate big data investigations.
“Truxton 2.0 is truly a revolution in digital forensics” said Probity CEO Marcus Ordonez. “By automating the loading, exploitation, and reporting of data images and logical files form any forensic tool, we’re offering an open framework that scales to handle big data, automatically extracts key entities by category, and allows multi-user collaboration.”
Initially introduced at Techno Security 2014, Truxton has become an important tool for law enforcement and other users who are looking for a way to analyze data from a wide variety of ever-changing forensic tools and sources using a single platform.“Truxton 2.0 features a host of innovative capabilities, including timeline, conversation and suspect-based visualizations, and comprehensive media summary and USB reports. You can even create cross investigation alerts and sensitive site violations.” said Dave Ryberg, Sales Manager for Truxton. “It’s a real force multiplier that helps clear out big data backlogs and encourages collaboration between organizations.”
Truxton 2.0 will be available for demonstration at Techno Security Booth 307 in Myrtle Beach, and at the HTCI/EADS FOX booths 15 and 31 at the Atlanta ICAC show.
For more information, please visit www.truxtonforensics.com