AND EMPOWER COLLABORATION
Investigators and their teams can make better-informed decisions and solve cases faster with Nuix Investigate®. Our advanced investigation software blends cutting-edge digital workflows and graphic analysis with elements of traditional investigations.
Growing data volumes and the broadening variety and complexity of digital evidence sources are crushing an investigator’s ability to make informed decisions. Coupled with legacy technology, investigators find themselves sifting through mountains of evidence and chipping away at massive backlogs.
Nuix Investigate quickly extracts, correlates, and contextualizes thousands of data types, across people, objects, locations, and events, enabling teams of investigators to make faster and more accurate decisions collaboratively—wherever they are. Let Nuix handle the burden of data filtering and sorting, so you can get back to what you do best: solving cases.
Interrogate your case data as it processes for early data and early case assessment, whether for your investigation, response to regulatory inquiry, or to promote directly to Nuix Discover for visual analysis and review.
Establish your case position sooner and identify the most influential suspects with our analytics and visualizations. Understand who is talking to whom, about what, and how often—across many channels
Enable investigators and other stakeholders to collaborate on case data and digital evidence, all while protecting sensitive information in the case with role-based access to the data and to product features.
Search, review, and tag data with a simple, intuitive web interface.
Allow internal and external contributors to analyze and review digital evidence.
Visualize communication patterns and view attachments to build a layer of intelligence.
Ensure reviewers only see the data and take the actions they are authorized to.
Use fuzzy, proximity, and regular expression searches to identify terms of interest while minimizing false positives
Filters results by file type, skin tone, media attributes, custodians, word lists, languages, and named entities.