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Raven: An Android Mobile Exploitation Kit in a portable package

Rapid triage extraction in the field for immediate actionable intelligence. MSAB is excited to announce the introduction of Raven, the new, innovative, highly portable mobile device exploitation toolset. It is specifically designed for operators in the field who need lightweight solutions to quickly extract data and turn it into actionable intelligence. What is Raven? Raven Read more »

2020-06-15T16:08:49+02:00Juni 15th, 2020|Company News|

Introducing a new tutorial series

Mobile forensics is a continuously evolving science which involves using rapidly changing techniques to be able to access and analyze the growing volumes of data found on mobile devices. Today we are proud to announce the launch of a series of instructional videos where our experienced trainers will share tips and tricks on how Read more »

2020-04-08T10:50:53+02:00April 8th, 2020|Company News|

MSAB and Nuix deepen product integration

For frictionless workflows when investigating mobile device data and other digital evidence MSAB and global software company Nuix (www.nuix.com) today announced a new integration for transferring mobile device data from XAMN to Nuix Workstation for analysis alongside other devices and digital evidence sources. One of the challenges faced by law enforcement Read more »

2020-03-26T12:52:32+01:00März 26th, 2020|Company News|

MSAB chosen for key role in EU funded consortium

MSAB chosen for key role in new European Union funded consortium developing mobile forensic technology solutions for law enforcement MSAB announced today that it has been selected to support the research and development efforts of the FORMOBILE Consortium, which is made up of 19 law enforcement, government, academic, and private Read more »

2019-09-23T09:29:43+02:00Mai 14th, 2019|Company News|

Law enforcement leaders are taking an active role

More law enforcement leaders are taking an active role to get the best mobile forensic tools training and support for their agencies and that is a good sign. That statement is from a newly published interview with Greg Masterson, a former police officer and head of the Union County, New Jersey High Tech Crime Read more »

2019-09-23T13:23:54+02:00März 1st, 2019|Company News|