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Veriato impacts UK police force

by Veriato | Apr 02, 2019

Veriato, the leader in the user activity monitoring and analysis market, today reported that their inaugural Police User Group was a resounding success seeing Police staff attend from all over the UK. The event hosted in London demonstrated Veriato's ongoing commitment in providing an essential active monitoring solution used by Professional Standards and Anti-Corruption units across 75% of UK Police forces.

Chris Gilkes, Director of Sales in EMEA said "It was a great opportunity for us to gain valuable feedback from our customers on how they use the product and what they would like to see in the solution going forward. The UK Police have already been responsible for some key features in Cerebral which has benefited all customers, regardless of industry". Simon Janes of Computer Forensic Alliance, who chaired the event said "the objective of the day was to share peer-to-peer use cases and best practices, as well as hear what's coming from the vendor". Janes continued, "all objectives and aspirations were exceeded with continued dialogue between sessions and at the end of the day. We've already had a Force volunteer their HQ to host the next meeting".

The concept of gathering evidence from digital media has evolved from a reactive process relying on law enforcement officers being able to seize and forensically examine computers, tablets and mobile phones. With technology use being evermore complex and diverse, the law enforcement response needed to evolve from reactive to proactive whilst being mindful of human rights and expectations of privacy. Veriato has proven to be an essential component of hi tech crime investigations across the UK enabling a scalable proactive approach that enables all of the requisite safeguards that you would expect.

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