Phoenix, Arizona -- Regional forensics laboratories, supporting over 800 law enforcements agencies across the U.S., reported that over forty-four percent of total resources were invested in fighting cybercrime and child pornography related crimes in 2006. Sixty-eight per cent of the media devices collected as forensics evidence are CDs, DVDs and related media. Specialty software is needed to address the complexity of media recovery. Common hard drive software just doesn't handle CDs and DVDs with efficiency.
Paul Crowley, author of CD and DVD Forensics, the how-to book that analyses and recovers CD and DVD forensics evidence, will be exhibiting at the High Technology Crime Investigation Association's Conference and Expo at the Town & Country Resort Hotel & Conference Center in San Diego, August 27th- 29th. Crowley's intensive analysis and data extraction software, Inspector, offers the missing link to law enforcement for documenting evidence in computer related crimes. Crowley admits with all modesty, that Infinadyne's Inspector led to a conviction by being able to document the real evidence beyond the capability of other software.
Is Crowley a Miracle Worker? Crowley says "No", but with a half smile, he pauses and says, "Well, maybe." It's all about getting criminals off the streets by giving law enforcement the tools they need to do their jobs effectively, and helping companies recover critical information. Crowley is proud to be a part of helping law enforcement and corporate security and IT.
Infinadyne is a specialty software developer of commercial and consumer recovery systems for CD, DVDs and flash media. Best known are Infinadyne's professional, forensics intensive analysis and data extraction software, Inspector, and CD-DVD Diagnostic, data recovery magic for consumers. Infinadyne product are used in worldwide, Visit Infinadyne's website at www.infinadyne.com.