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Webinar: Searching and sorting through vast amounts of images and videos
May 4, 2020 Sara Ekberg

Webinar series: Analyze DI Explained

Searching and sorting through vast amounts of images and videos

Date: May 27th, 2020
Watch replay: Available on the Griffeye portal

In this fifth session of our “Analyze DI Explained” webinar series, you will learn how to maximize the different searching and filtering capabilities of Analyze DI.

Analyze DI offers multiple ways for you to search for data in your cases. In this session, we will demonstrate different types of search options and techniques that will help you quickly locate files of interest.

  • Textual searching
  • Batch searching
  • Visual searching (Similar images)
  • External images
  • Face searching

Speaker: Eric Oldenburg

Eric Oldenburg is Griffeye’s Law Enforcement Liaison in North America. Before coming to work for Griffeye, he was a police officer with the Phoenix Police Department in Arizona for 24 years. 15 years of that working at the Internet Crimes Against Children taskforce (ICAC). Eric has a unique experience from working both as an investigator and a computer forensics examiner.

Find out more about Eric

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