Extract from Jess Phillips' article "AccessData Expert on the Way Forward for Digital Forensics"
Digital forensics tools are crucial in the modern world but, as the volume of data grows, it’s an area which is becoming more and more challenging. Tod Ewasko, Vice President of Technical Engineering at AccessData, tells us why existing solutions are falling short and how Artificial Intelligence could herald a new era for digital forensics.
Why existing IT solutions are falling short
It’s challenging times for organisations and professionals engaged in forensic analysis and e-discovery. Investigations are multiplying and diversifying – there are more of them and new types of cases arise all the time.
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