MSAB and Detego Form Digital Forensics Partnership

May 17, 2021 — MSAB, a developer of forensic technology for mobile device investigations, and Detego, a toolset provider for computer forensic triage, are joining forces to create tailor-made digital forensics solutions for rapid frontline use.

The MSAB flagship product XRY-KTE is a frontline triage solution for operational law enforcement users worldwide, who deal with large volumes of mobile devices on a regular basis. Similarly, Detego has developed a solution to rapidly acquire and act on evidence from computer platforms. Detego offers rapid, on-scene digital forensics with automated triage, and both companies’ products are used by several high-profile customers globally.

Today, MSAB and Detego are proud to announce the strategic partnership that will provide users a one-stop solution to acquire data for both mobile and computer analysis. It will offer users a complete end-to-end suite of modular digital forensics tools.

As the traditional division between computers and mobile devices begins to blur, it is natural to want to bring together two specialist tools that are recognized leaders in their field. By combining forces, it will offer a world leading solution to the benefit of all customers and bring the output together into the secure digital evidence container XRY file format.

The MSAB XAMN software is a suite of analysis tools designed primarily to allow investigators work more efficiently. Once digital data has been recovered using the XRY & Detego tools, the XAMN analysis tools will help to quickly identify critical information, whether this means seeing the big picture or rapidly identifying precise details in a huge dataset of digital evidence.

Both tools are easy to use and will therefore make an instant difference for customers investing in the combined solution. Users can directly take advantage of the power of MSAB and Detego to solve crimes faster, resulting in improved efficiency and detection for their organizations.

Detego and MSAB look forward to providing their capabilities to investigators throughout the world, for years to come.

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