Six proven ways to optimize frontline operations while maximizing the bottom line.

A mobile device is a goldmine of data and the number of cell phones investigated each year has increased nearly tenfold over the past decade. Courtrooms are relying more and more on digital evidence. That puts a lot of demands on the legal system.

Unfortunately, organizations that are lagging behind in processing digital evidence typically have not given priority to updating their knowledge in step with digitalization, do not work with future-proof technology or have not understood the benefits of tailoring their own workflows. That results in police investigations losing momentum, leads and clues going cold and ultimately, missing the window of opportunity to quickly free or charge the right people.
Putting the right tools into the hands of frontline personnel, which enables them to extract data locally, can exponentially speed up the results and save money. This leads to faster suspect processing, increased detection rates and reduced overall costs of investigation.

In this guide, we look at what is necessary for modern mobile forensics to be able to secure clues and evidence from the rapidly increasing amount of data in various digital devices in a legally secure, sustainable and resource-efficient manner. We also delve into what it takes for an organization to succeed in implementing more efficient frontline solutions internally.