Nuix, a worldwide provider of information management technologies, today announced the release of version 4.2 of its investigation software. New digital forensics capabilities in this release round out Nuix’s investigative feature set, making it an essential tool for any government or private-sector organisation needing to complete large-scale investigations efficiently and effectively.
“For large corporations and regulatory or law enforcement agencies, Nuix now stands alone as the most powerful data forensics and investigation software on the market,” said Dr James Kent, head of Nuix’s investigation business.
Adding to Nuix’s intuitive investigation interface and powerful data processing abilities on a minimal hardware footprint, the new version now includes:
· Indexing and viewing the Microsoft Windows Registry
· Carving out full and partial deleted files and slack space
· Drilling into forensic images and examining forensic artifacts with a hex viewer
· Loading Cellebrite and Micro Systemation XRY mobile device images to analyse communication patterns
· Conducting deeper analysis of Mac OS HFS+ and HFSX file systems.
“Organisations with heavy investigative workloads now have one application from which they can conduct all their analytical tasks, from prying open the smallest forensic details to correlating evidence across many sources and virtually unlimited volumes of data,” said Kent.
Nuix customers most commonly use the software to investigate:
· Privacy (PII ) and credit card (PCI ) data stored without adequate security
· Inappropriate images
· Drug or people trafficking
· Network compromise or breach
· Counterterrorism and intelligence
· Intellectual property theft following a data loss prevention alert
· Foreign Corrupt Practices Act breaches or improper payments
· Forgery of documents
· Human resources and employment issues.
Recent new customers include the United States Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), the European Union Directorate General for Competition and the United States Transportation Security Administration.
Ina public solicitation published July 26, 2012, HHS said Nuix “surpassed [its] need to process at least two terabytes of digital evidence per day” and offered “scalability to expand the system to meet our future growth.” By contrast, the competing solutions OIG evaluated “lack[ed] reliability for high volume digital evidence analysis, deep level item extraction and affordable licensing for petabyte scaled data sets,” the HHS document said.
Nuix is a worldwide provider of information management technologies, including eDiscovery, electronic investigation and information governance software. Nuix customers include the world’s leading advisory firms, litigation support providers, enterprises, government departments, law enforcement agencies, and all of the world’s major corporate regulatory bodies.