Pennexx Partners With Global Digital Forensics to Create a Cloud-Based Forensic Dashboard
Philadelphia, PA, June 11, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- via NEWMEDIAWIRE -- Pennexx Foods (OTC:PNNX) has entered into a partnership agreement with Global Digital Forensics (GDF) to
develop cloud-based forensic tools. Digital forensics is a multi-billion dollar industry which is expected to grow to almost 10 billion annually by 2022 by market estimations.
Typically, when digital forensics are required, the client calls and various analysts are deployed to perform groundwork tasks like evidence collection, which can be expensive and time consuming due to the manpower required. The digital forensics industry has a glaring need for tools which can be used by the client directly instead of having to rely on analysts to perform the basic functions. This reduces costs and speeds results.
These tools are desirable because it frees analysts to focus their time on analyzing the data instead of merely collecting it.
CEO of Pennexx, Vincent Risalvato and Joseph Caruso, CEO/CTO of Global Digital Forensics, Inc., have been long time business associates, having extensively collaborated on cases for clients like BOSE, Motorola, IBM, Kodak and many others. During that working relationship, they developed various proprietary tools to improve, expedite and streamline the process based on the real-world situation and in real-time. This agreement allows those tools to be brought online using a cloud-based dashboard.
IT, Administration and Legal will be able to log into the dashboard to have instant access to the results and be able to seamlessly collaborate. Online review tools, email collection, OCR, virus detection, intrusion and vulnerability scanning, image collection from desktops and mobile devices and the importing of evidence from other tools are just some examples proposed for the cloud-based system, among many other possible applications.
Joseph Caruso said, “Putting efficient, powerful tools in the hands of my customers has been a dream of mine for over a decade. This will increase the amount of evidence we find, reduce the costs to our customers and improve the results we obtain; it’s a win-win-win.”
An added benefit of this cloud-based system is the digital forensic evidence can be widely shared among teams and techniques like timeline analysis can be applied against all data collected in an efficient manner. The legal team will be able to flag and search the evidence themselves and have the ability to monitor the status of the case on a minute-to-minute basis.