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 Press Release from Exhibitor at Securing Asia 2012

 Asia crime gangs can be brought to justice by using unique UK digital forensic technology

Innovative digital forensic technology that instantly identifies illegal activity over the internet could help law enforcers stem the growing threat of terrorism and organised crime across the Asia Pacific Region.

The UK-developed automatic video identification software is unique in that it can enable police to search through hundreds hours of illegal video content and digital images and identify illegal content and digital images in a matter of seconds.

The automatic video identification software is unique in that it can enable police to identify illegal video material seized on hard drives and computers.  The users of the system can throughput up to 10,000 hours of video per day thus speeding up investigations and improving working conditions.

As the Asian economy continues to boom – the region has also become the focus of organised crime gangs and terrorism who increasingly use the internet to engage in their illegal activity.

The Videntifier technology promoted by Forensic Pathways (www.forensic-pathways.com) is so advanced that is can search through hundreds of hours of video content and digital images and instantly identify illegal activity that could be used in crimes against children, terrorism and drugs.

The Videntifier technology promoted by Forensic Pathways (www.forensic-pathways.com) is so advanced that is can search through thousands of hours of video content a day and report back a list of movies it has identified and whether these are legal or illegal.  The technology is currently being used to instantly identify illegal activity such as child abuse, terrorism and drugs.

Dr Richard Leary MBE, a former UK police officer, who now heads up Forensic Pathways explained that the technology can not only save law enforcers hours of valuable time but it can also help them share valuable intelligence with the international law enforcement community for the first time.

Ben Leary, Sales & Marketing Manager for Forensic Pathways explained that the technology can not only save law enforcer’s hours of valuable time but it can also help them share valuable intelligence with the international law enforcement community for the first time.

“It is widely recognised that the key to help stemming the current crime problems across Asia is to promote closer working between law enforcers not just in the region but internationally. Videntifier can help police to build up a database of ‘fingerprints’ of video files that can be shared by police across the world.  Police are now identifying videos across borders which provides valuable intelligence for investigators”

Forensic Pathways has also developed another unique piece of technology called Phone Analyser than enables police to extract valuable data from mobile phones and establish links between terror suspects and organised gangs.

Forensic Pathways has also developed another unique piece of technology, Forensic Phone Analyser (FPA).  FPA enables police to analyse valuable data extracted from mobile phones so that important intelligence can be searched and identified quickly and efficiently.

“Mobile phones are now used in the majority if not all crimes and they can provide police with a wealth of intelligence,” explained Dr Leary.

“Mobile phones are now used in the majority if not all crimes and they can provide police with a wealth of intelligence,” Ben Leary explained.

“The Phone Analyser can process data that could help link people, identify social and criminal networks, pinpoint fraudulent identities and attribute phone numbers and text messages to people.”

“Forensic Phone Analyser can process data that can help link people, identify social and criminal networks, pinpoint fraudulent identities and attribute phone numbers and text messages to people.”

“The key to Forensic Phone Analyser is data aggregation, bringing all the data together in one place.  By working this way investigators are no longer looking at mobile phone data case by case”

The Videntifier and Phone Analyser technologies will be demonstrated at the Securing Asia Conference in London in June.

Forensic Pathways will also be visiting the Asia Pacific region in July for meetings with key law enforcement officials to discuss the current crime trends and demonstrate how its technology could help their crime fighting efforts.

   
   
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