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Magnet Forensics Wins Leading Industry Awards for Second Year in a Row

Herndon, VA, July 20, 2020 — Magnet Forensics, the global leader in digital investigation software, is proud to be awarded, for the second year in a row, two of the Digital Forensics and Incident Response (DFIR) industry’s most prestigious awards: DFIR Commercial Tool of the Year for Magnet AXIOM, and DFIR Team of the Year, at  this year’s Forensic 4:cast Awards.

Organized by SANS Instructor Lee Whitfield and presented at the annual SANS DFIRSummit, the Forensic 4:cast Awards provide the DFIR community the opportunity to recognize those that are making an impact. Every year, nominations and voting are opened to the public for recognition of top performers — which means results are a true reflection of the enthusiasm and trust of the industry.

Magnet Forensics is proud to have a long and successful history with the Forensic 4:cast Awards, with our software solutions being recognized with wins every year since 2013.    

“We’re unbelievably proud to bring home these awards again,” says Jad Saliba, CTO, Magnet Forensics. “Our customers and the entire DFIR community are extremely important to us and being able to help them do their vitally important work is our top priority, So, when they take a little of their valuable time to recognize our contributions, it tells us we’re doing right by them.”

“Over the years, we’ve been extremely fortunate to foster a strong relationship with our customers,” adds Adam Belsher, CEO, Magnet Forensics. Thousands of customers around the world rely on Magnet Forensics software, in both the private and public sectors, to protect company assets and keep their communities safe. We are very appreciative that they consistently choose to partner with Magnet for this very impactful work.”

ABOUT MAGNET FORENSICS

Magnet Forensics is a global leader in the development of digital investigation software that acquires, analyzes and shares evidence from computers, mobile devices, the cloud and more. Magnet Forensics tools are used by over 4000 agencies in 93 countries and has been helping investigators fight crime, protect assets and guard national security since 2011.

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