Letting Analysts Be Analysts

Key takeaways from the Rampiva training webinar for HTCIA members

For those who don’t know, Rampiva Automate is a software application that automates and administers the Nuix Engine. We drive processing, searching, filtering and reporting activity within the Case, and manage the license and hardware resources on the backend. 

One of the top uses of the Nuix Engine is the forensic processing of data for investigators—and, let’s be honest, there just aren’t enough trained forensic investigators out there. Caseloads, volumes and timelines are all moving in directions that pressure Analysts and Investigators to spend more time preparing data, and less time actually working with the results, finding facts and drawing conclusions. 

We were recently invited to provide training to APAC and Singapore members of the High Technology Crime Investigation Association (HTCIA). HTCIA, a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit, was formed to provide education and collaboration to its global members for the prevention and investigation of high tech crimes.

Our presentation for HTCIA (which was recorded, and is available through the organization) covered three areas: 

  • How automation enables non-technical users to process data through Nuix using Workflows designed by experts; 
  • How automation empowers experts to apply more advanced techniques more regularly; and 
  • How Rampiva’s centralized reporting dashboards helps teams demonstrate the value of the overall increased activity for their department, their own contribution to cost savings, and, ultimately, the budget justification that keeps departments appropriately staffed and tooled up. 

Here at Rampiva, one of our driving values is that forensic rigor drives data quality – and everyone who relies on data for answers deserves quality results. 

A quick thank you to Stanley Tan and Pravin Arvyta for inviting us to train the HTCIA Singapore and APAC membership on Rampiva Automate. We appreciate HTCIA for giving us a platform to talk about this vision and how our product development team is working to make it a reality.  

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