Evidence Talks, a dedicated specialist in the development and marketing of digital forensics techniques, has won the Innovation and Technology Award category at the Milton Keynes Business Achievement Awards 2017.
The winning submission for the company highlighted its pioneering SPEKTOR technology developed by CTO Andrew Sheldon, drawing attention to its role in digital triage, overt and covert forensic acquisition, forensic e-mail investigation and remote forensics.
The latest development from the business has been the global launch of SPEKTOR Cascade Forensics and client-server architecture that combines the core SPEKTOR technology with policy-based automated processing logic designed to reduce the number of steps between seizure and review, reducing delays in procedures and speeding up the entire process.
Evidence Talks works with security, defence, law enforcement and corporate governance sector professionals around the world, helping to combat child exploitation and abuse, crime and fraud, people trafficking and cyber bullying.
Accepting the award on behalf of the company, CEO Elizabeth Sheldon (pictured above with Andrew Sheldon) said: “We’re delighted to have won this award against competition from the likes of Marshall Amplification and Lohmann Technologies, which are themselves world class organisations. It’s an honour to have won in the Innovation and Technology category.”