SANTA ANA PUEBLO, N.M., July 25, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- The Conference of Western Attorneys General (CWAG) and working group partner Cellebrite, a leading provider of digital intelligence solutions, today announced at the CWAG 2018 Annual Meeting the public launch of a comprehensive repository of digital procedural documents and educational assets designed to enhance the investigative process for the legal community. Previously only available to CWAG members, the library and its digital intelligence resources are now accessible to a new, broader and thoroughly vetted community – legal and public sector professionals who can access the documents by providing information such as a verifiable government email address.
"CWAG is committed to providing resources that will aide our State Attorney General's offices with their investigations and prosecutions" said Karen White, CWAG Executive Director. "This repository ensures that law enforcement, prosecutors and others seeking guidance can be confident they are taking the right steps to obtain state-of-the-art technology in accordance to the law."
The Digital Forensics Repository provides professionals with key resources for adopting digital intelligence technology to improve evidence management, streamline investigations and build more informed narratives. The library has been fully updated to include valuable resources such as new and impactful best practices, suggested workflows, case studies, and sample warrants and court orders. This transparent and collaborative effort ensures interested parties can more easily navigate the processes to obtain and best utilize technology tools like Cellebrite's UFED Ultimate, Physical Analyzer, UFED Cloud Analyzer and Analytics Series.
"Civil legal professionals and law enforcement agents are dealing with unprecedented amounts of data and digital evidence, and the challenge of utilizing it in a meaningful way under time constraints makes process streamlining critically important," said Derek Brown, General Manager, North America at Cellebrite. "The Digital Forensics Repository will help professionals leverage data in public and private clouds to turn digital evidence into action. Moving forward from this successful expansion, we aim to continue to leverage our digital intelligence expertise and community-minded organizing to continue to help even more professional alliances and interest groups access and better deploy critical technology."
Through partnerships with influencers and collectives in the law enforcement and investigative world, Cellebrite continues to work with new pertinent communities to increase access to digital intelligence for a safer world. You can access the digital repository here: https://www.cwagweb.org/digital-forensics/.
The Conference of Western Attorneys General (CWAG)
The Conference of Western Attorneys General (CWAG) is a bipartisan group which has expanded beyond our regional designation to count 38 states as participants. The chief legal officers of 15 western states and three Pacific territories are the founding and voting members of the association. These include Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming. The Conference also includes the Pacific jurisdictions of American Samoa, Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands and Guam. Associate Members participate in legal seminars and working groups active in a variety of legal areas. Associate members include: Alabama, Arkansas, Connecticut, The District of Columbia, Florida, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Michigan, Mississippi, Nebraska, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Rhode Island, Texas, Vermont, West Virginia and Wisconsin.
CWAG's primary function is to provide a forum for chief legal officers of member states and jurisdictions to cultivate knowledge, cooperate on concerns and coordinate actions which improve the quality of legal services available to members. CWAG focuses on common areas of interest to the west: water, fish and wildlife, public lands, minerals, environmental protection and Indian Law.
Digital data plays an increasingly important role in investigations and operations of all kinds. Making data accessible, collaborative and actionable is what Cellebrite does best. As the global leader in digital intelligence with more than 60,000 licenses deployed in 150 countries, we provide law enforcement, military, intelligence and enterprise customers with the most complete, industry-proven range of solutions for digital forensics and analytics in the lab and in the field.
By enabling access, sharing and analysis of digital data from mobile devices, social media, cloud, computer, cellular operators and other sources, Cellebrite products, solutions, advanced services and training help customers build the strongest cases quickly, even in the most complex situations. As a result, Cellebrite is the preferred one-stop shop for digital intelligence solutions that make a safer world more possible every day.