eForensics Magazine

Ryan recently wrote on article for eForensics Magazine on Digital Forensic backlogs and the use of automation for digital forensics cases.  

Leaps in technology over the last 20 years have created some true benefits to society; real-time collaboration, cheap and reliable digital storage, the ability to perform complex processing in a matter of seconds – all things designed to simplify and speed up our lives. Generally speaking, as technology has evolved, it’s allowed us to complete tasks more efficiently, and more cost effectively. While this benefits most individuals and businesses, one area where this evolution is having an adverse effect is in the digital forensic space, especially within the realm of law enforcement.