Forensic Analytics agrees partnership with Berla

Forensic Analytics is delighted to announce a new partnership with Berla bringing together two industry-leading organisations with vast digital forensics expertise.

Forensic Analytics has long been recognized for its unwavering commitment to providing top-tier digital forensics services to help law enforcement to uncover crucial insights from digital evidence. With an impressive track record of solving complex cases and delivering evidential outcomes, we have established ourselves as a trusted partner for law enforcement agencies worldwide.

Berla creates solutions for investigators to identify, acquire, and analyse critical information stored within vehicle systems, including data such as recent destinations, favourite locations, call logs, contact lists, messages, emails, and the navigation history of everywhere the vehicle has been to uncover key evidence that determines what happened, where it occurred, and who was involved.

This partnership will allow data analysed in Berla’s iVe system to be imported into Forensic Analytics flagship digital forensics solution CSAS where it will be able to be mapped and used for evidence and intelligence. By integrating Berla’s industry-leading forensic tools with Forensic Analytics’ platform and established methodologies, we will deliver even more powerful and accurate answers to our clients.

Steve Rick, CEO of Forensic Analytics said: “As automotive technology continues to evolve rapidly it is essential that investigators have tools that can keep pace with these developments. We’re constantly evolving and improving CSAS to meet the needs of our customers and we’re excited about the opportunities this partnership will bring to our law enforcement partners.”

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    Forensic Analytics are specialists in digital forensics. We support the police, government and other law enforcement agencies in interpreting crucial digital media in criminal cases to assist with investigations and secure convictions.

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