Three Challenges Facing Law Enforcement Today And The Technology Solutions Needed To Overcome Them

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The global explosion in data volumes over the last decade has led to new realities for law enforcement agencies around the world: As the amount of digital evidence used in investigations continues to grow and resources dwindle, agencies everywhere must continue to do more with less.

With many digital forensics teams still following a “siloed,” bureaucratic approach, it’s also worth considering re-thinking how examiners and investigators interact and collaborate in order to find to tackle larger caseloads, as public funding for headcount seems to be eternally out of reach. The most efficient way to do that is through collaboration and use of technology that processes data quickly and in a defensible manner.

In this whitepaper, we’ll take a look at a few challenges facing law enforcement agencies today, and how technology solutions can help overcome those challenges. 

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