Nuix has advocated for many years that investigators need to evolve beyond traditional forensic investigation tools and workflows, so they can efficiently examine the contents of multiple evidence sources at once. But just as the key facts may not be located within a single evidence source or connected to just one person, they may not even be in the same investigation, or the same agency, or the same country.
As a result, efficient investigation must enable people to share intelligence, to collaborate across geographic and jurisdictional boundaries, and to find seemingly hidden connections across very large numbers of evidence sources.
Our white paper examines technology-enabled processes for making those connections. Learn how you can:
- Extract, correlate and share intelligence items across all available evidence sources
- Review and collaborate on evidence with multiple investigators, subject matter experts and external agencies
- Apply and combine data visualizations and analytics to progress rapidly from a bewildering array of information to highly relevant details.
In this way, investigators can apply technology where it is most suited, free themselves from tiresome menial work and make best use of their brainpower and intuition.