Oxygen Forensics, the worldwide developer and provider of advanced forensic data examination tools for mobile devices, announced today an agreement with the MITRE Corporation Technology Transfer Office that will make it possible for customers of Oxygen Forensics to take advantage of faster processing times on Android devices for data extraction.
Alexandria, VA – October 13, 2016 - “Forensics comes down to time for all law enforcement and customers that use our products,” said Lee Reiber, Oxygen Forensics COO. “Police, the federal government and local law enforcement just don’t have enough hours in the day to process the myriad of information that comes at them during a normal investigation as it relates to electronic communications and information. Through our agreement with MITRE, Oxygen Forensics is now able to extract mobile data from Android devices much faster than in the past and that’s huge for time savings.”
Current data extraction time can require lots of overtime for officers and forensic specialists who have to spend the time it takes to acquire the information and data they are seeking to help solve a case. Through the partnership with MITRE, Oxygen Forensics is seeing data processing many times faster than in the past, which in turn saves on overtime costs and other costs associated with casework.
“MITRE is committed to enhancing the safety and security of the nation and the transfer of MITRE’s technology to Oxygen Forensics will allow our U.S. government sponsors and commercial customers alike a more efficient and effective way to extract forensics data through a supported commercial product," said Mark Maybury, MITRE Vice President and Chief Security Officer and Director of the NIST National Cybersecurity FFRDC.