Press release (December 14, 2015)

Griffeye and Magnet Forensics Announce…
December 14, 2015 Kristofer

Griffeye and Magnet Forensics Announce Strategic Partnership to Support Child Exploitation Investigations

December 14, 2015 (Orlando, FL, USA) – Griffeye and Magnet Forensics today announced their partnership at the 2015 Florida Internet Crimes Against Children Conference. The companies have collaborated to develop an integration between Griffeye Analyze DI and Magnet IEF.  This integration enables forensics examiners that use both Griffeye Analyze DI and Magnet IEF to export pictures and videos recovered by IEF to a VICS OData JSON file which can be easily imported into Griffeye Analyze DI.

This partnership allows forensic examiners to combine their use of Griffeye Analyze DI and Magnet IEF in an integrated workflow model that makes best use of the unique capabilities of these two industry leading software solutions.

“Griffeye and Magnet Forensics share a similar mindset, which is to focus on the user. By partnering with Magnet Forensics and leveraging already existing standards in the VICS OData format, we are able to provide a smooth workflow between Magnet IEF and Analyze DI. In essence, users can seamlessly move data between both tools – meaning it’s easy to use the right tool for the job,” said Johann Hofmann, Director and Head of Griffeye.

Griffeye is a provider of the world’s premier intelligence and visual big data platform for collecting, processing, analyzing, visualizing and managing images and videos. Known as Griffeye Analyze, the platform is used in any investigation containing digital media for law enforcement, defense, national security, insurance and health care agencies worldwide.

“At Magnet Forensics, we are committed to developing tools that support our partners in law enforcement in their investigations of child exploitation and other crimes with digital evidence. We are pleased to partner with an organization who shares our desire to end the exploitation of children and can make a tangible impact in improving digital investigations,” said Jad Saliba, Founder and Chief Technology Officer of Magnet Forensics. “Magnet Forensics’ partnership with Griffeye will enable our partners in law enforcement to conduct more efficient and effective investigations.”

Magnet Forensics has emerged as a global leader in the development of tools that enable law enforcement to acquire, analyze and report on Internet related evidence such as chat, social networking and other popular applications found on computers, smartphones and tablets. The company’s products are currently used by 2700 agencies in 92 countries.

“The integration between Griffeye Analyze DI and Magnet IEF is an example of two best-in-class technologies willing to work together in order to offer child exploitation investigators around the world options that are compliant with the Project VIC’s ecosystem of non-proprietary tools. Congratulations from ICMEC,” said Richard Brown, Law Enforcement and Technology Liaison at the International Centre for Missing & Exploited Children (ICMEC)-.

Griffeye and Magnet Forensics will conduct a joint webinar on February 10 at 10a.m. Eastern Time (ET) to ensure our partners in law enforcement can maximize the integration of their respective tools. Details regarding these webinars can be found here.

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