Dr. Vilius Benetis
Position Director of NRD Cyber Security
Currently most of the crimes (both real and digital) are associated with information technology evidence: mobile phones, email messages, pictures, location coordinates, SMS and similar. Therefore, electronic evidence processing and cybercrime investigation becomes ever more complex, more time-consuming and requires more human resources.
Digital evidence can play a decisive role in lawsuits and tip the balance one way or the other. Text messages, emails, photos, video clips can prove the defendant's guilt or vice versa - create an unshakeable alibi. Therefore, not only the speed of the examinations but also the technology and the processes that ensure the authenticity of digital evidence and its chronological and content credibility are extremely important.
Current technology trends require forensic professionals to be comfortable with doing forensics across multiple machines, across different environments. Proliferation of smaller-sized, yet larger-capacity media means that forensic examiners increasingly find themselves handling large and complex data sets. As the volume of digital evidence grows, so does the requirement for sufficient space to archive the cases until they are adjudicated.
At NRD Cyber Security, we provide services that enable the law enforcement to keep up with the current technology and crime trends: