Cyan Forensics is announcing a new partnership with Susteen. This partnership joins together Cyan Forensics scanning technology software with Susteen’s DataPilot DP10 platform, creating a triage capability for smartphones, meaning that police forces will be able to scan portable devices for illicit materials, such as child sexual abuse, swiftly and accurately.
- Partnership will allow investigators to use Cyan Forensics’ scanning technology with Datapilot DP10 to scan smartphones in the field faster than ever before
- Susteen’s Datapilot DP10 device is used extensively for evidence collection by police forces and governments around the world
- Cyan Forensics’ rapid triage technology is currently used by UK and European police to scan computers and hard drives for child abuse and terrorist content in minutes
- Cyan Forensics’ existing solution for laptop and hard drives is already used by the Home Office and counter-terrorism policing in the UK
- Police and counter-terrorism officials will now be able to scan smartphones quickly in the field to combat child sex abuse images and extremist material
Importance of the investigation
- As 78% of adults use smartphones, new mobile capability will help UK and international law enforcement keep up with the overwhelming number of devices.
- In 2019 alone, there were over 3.2 billion smartphone users globally, creating an uphill battle for police forces
- Policing is experiencing a huge increase in the number of smartphones being examined for evidence.
- Online sex abuse of children in the European Union has increased during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to Europol