Rob Attoe Demonstrates Intella 2.2 Features for Windows 10 Analysis at Techno Security & Digital Forensics Conference – San Antonio, TX
Vound will exhibit at booth #304 for the duration of the conference
Denver, CO, September 12, 2018
Vound, a leading global provider of forensic, early case assessment, and eDiscovery technology, Intella, announces the company will sponsor and exhibit at the 2018 Techno Security & Digital Forensics Conference in San Antonio, TX, September 17-19. Known industry expert and CEO of Spyder Forensics, Rob Attoe, will demonstrate some of the powerful new features of Intella 2.2 during an educational session on Tuesday, September 18 th at 8am: “Advanced Analysis of a Windows 10 system using Intella.” Vound will exhibit at booth #304 for the duration of the conference.
Intella helps organizations swiftly making sense of case unstructured data and potential risks, making it an ideal platform for forensics and early case assessment. Intella is also widely regarded by investigators across industries as the best-in-class email review tool, allowing users to search and preview email, attachments, and archives. Reviewers, including those in law enforcement and government agencies, are able to scope data volume quickly, highlight gaps and produce key information to develop the right strategy.
CEO of Spyder Forensics, Rob Attoe, will present “Advanced Analysis of a Windows 10 system using Intella” in an educational session on Tuesday, September 18 th , 8am. Rob’s session will address the market trends, including cloud based synchronized data triggers the need to apply good workflows in investigating email and other user artifacts during an examination. Attendees of Rob’s session will gain insight into many advanced features and functions of Intella and how to apply effective workflows to quickly identify items of interest on a Windows 10 based system for review and examination.
The recently released Intella 2.2 adds out-of-the-box scripting for integration to cutting-edge AI tools such as Google Cloud AI, IBM Watson and Amazon Web services, to allow users to utilize advanced forms of textual analysis for use in their Intella cases at an affordable price point. In addition, Intella 2.2 now features a GDPR Insight information panel to facilitate organizations’ seamless diligence in GDPR compliance.
- Process email, loose data, forensic disk images and more; support for Windows and Mac OS file systems, GPT and MBR partitions, ISO and others.
- Produce key information quickly such as metadata, timelines, custodians, search term strength.
- Produce a number of useful email analytics such as email threading, addresses and communications with a set recipient count.
- Determine data location as well as IP address location from emails.
- Batch documents and assign to reviewers for subjective coding for legal review
- Intella® Insight gives users instant understanding of context and connections in the data, listing the most notable user, system and Internet artifacts in a case.
- Customize reporting across a broad array of outputs. Flexible, configurable exports and highly detailed reporting to native formats, PDFs, mail containers, Load Files. Reports can be easily customized to contain full or partial metadata, user-created metadata, original content, and more.
Peter Mercer, Chief Technology Officer of Vound, says “Providing our users with world class software that can deliver repeatable and significant ROI back to their organizations has always been our focus. We are thrilled and pleased that Intella’s early case assessment capabilities are driving that value at some of the world’s largest organizations, and we will look forward to a great event at Techno Security in Myrtle Beach.”
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Vound is a leading global vendor of technology used for end-to-end forensic search, eDiscovery, early case assessment and information governance. Our Intella range of eDiscovery and digital investigation software is used by over 1500 organisations worldwide including the Big 4, Fortune 500 enterprises and Big Box Retailers, national security agencies, global banks, law firms, and law enforcement for Human Resources, Legal and Compliance matters. Intella's strength lies in taking large collections of data and allowing users to quickly search and drill down to the most pertinent evidence; minimising the need for experts and significantly cutting the time and costs organisations normally take to carry out investigations, audit requests and eDiscovery.