Digital forensic leader wins prestigious awards for the ninth consecutive year
Petah Tikvah, IL – July 6, 2017 — Cellebrite, the leader in digital forensic solutions, today announced that the company won two Forensic 4:cast Awards for 2017. Cellebrite’s latest extraction platform, UFED Touch2, was awarded Phone Forensic Hardware of the year, and the powerful UFED Physical Analyzer/4PC was awarded Phone Forensic Software of the year. The awards ceremony was held at the SANS DFIR Summit in Austin, TX on June 24, 2017.
Hosted by Lee Whitfield, the Forensic 4:cast founder, the Forensic 4:cast Awards is now in its ninth year, and gives the digital forensic community an opportunity to nominate and vote for the best people, companies, and products throughout the industry. Cellebrite is honored to have been awarded the Forensic Hardware of the year for the past nine years, as well as the award for Phone Forensic Software of the Year since 2012.
“We would like to thank our dedicated users and the digital forensic community for its support,” said Ron Serber, Global Co-CEO, Cellebrite.
“We are extremely grateful for the recognition and will continue to provide the community with technological innovation that accelerates digital investigations”
Every day around the world, digital data is playing an increasingly important role in investigations and operations of all kinds. Making this data accessible, intelligent and actionable is what Cellebrite does best. A pioneer in digital forensics with a passion for technology innovation, Cellebrite is uniquely positioned to address the rapidly evolving needs of its diverse customer base, allowing customers to harness digital evidence to accelerate investigations. Our powerful award-winning UFED solutions comprise the most complete, end-to-end Digital Forensics Platform on the market. Our track record remains unchallenged. Our results? Proven and well documented throughout the community. With more than 55,000 UFED licenses deployed globally in 130 countries, Cellebrite enables law enforcement, intelligence services, military and the private sector to achieve their missions accurately and effectively.