How the Present State of the Country Could Change Attitudes toward Digital Surveillance for The Better

The greatest technological progress often arrives in response to moments of crisis. From the rapid expansion of remote working to the accelerated adoption of robots in hospitals, grocery stores, and other essential organizations, the novel coronavirus is driving innovations in our use of technology that will endure far beyond the pandemic itself. However, it’s important …

Combating Global Corruption with Digital Forensics: Organized Crime

In a recent post, we took a look at the invaluable role that digital forensics can play in helping to combat global corruption in the business world, focusing in particular on the issue of workplace sexual harassment. However, as we noted in that original post, corruption is a pervasive problem that takes many forms, and …

Combating Global Corruption with Digital Forensics: Workplace Harassment

Corruption is a pervasive problem that takes many forms, and digital forensics can play a vital role in combating it, providing investigators with invaluable forms of digital evidence that did not exist just ten or twenty years ago. Even so, corruption remains an enduring challenge for organizations of every stripe—from government agencies to Fortune 500 …

Fighting Fentanyl with Data: How Law Enforcement is using Mobile Data to Combat the Opioid Crisis

This year, much of the conversation surrounding the growing opioid epidemic in the United States has centered on drug manufacturers and distributors. In October, four large drug companies reached a $260 million legal settlement with two Ohio counties over the crisis. Pharmaceutical giant Johnson & Johnson reached a similar agreement with Ohio state prosecutors earlier …