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Magnet Forensics acquires Griffeye, a Leading Digital Media Forensics Software Company.

Another exciting piece of news is empowering and transforming the Digital Forensics landscape worldwide. On the 21st of August, 2023, Magnet Forensics Inc., a developer of digital investigation solutions like AXIOM, OUTRIDER, MDIS and much more, serving over 4000 enterprises and public safety agencies in over 100 countries, announced that it has acquired Griffeye, a world leader in digital media forensics for child sexual abuse investigations.


Founded in 2015 and based in Gothenburg, Sweden, Griffeye provides solutions to streamline digital investigations. Their flagship Griffeye Analyze platform is used by over 1,000 police agencies worldwide for processing, sorting, and analyzing large volumes of images and videos—especially in cases containing child sexual abuse material (CSAM).


“Having the most advanced tools at your disposal—from the first extraction to analysis to management, and eventually in court—is critical,”
“Aligning Griffeye’s solutions with ours will ensure our customers keep up with the expanding multimedia landscape in a forensically sound and efficient manner. Together, Magnet Forensics and Griffeye are committed to helping our customers in our shared mission to protect the innocent.” - said Magnet Forensics’ president, David Miles.

About Magnet Forensics


Founded in 2010, Magnet Forensics is a developer of digital investigation solutions that acquire, analyze, report on, and manage evidence from digital sources, including mobile devices, computers, IoT devices and cloud services. Magnet Forensics products are used by over 4,000 public and private sector customers in over 90 countries and help investigators fight crime, protect assets, and guard national security.


About Griffeye


Griffeye revolutionized law enforcement investigation processes with the release of its digital investigation platform in 2015. Today, Griffeye is world-leading in its field and used by over 1,000 police agencies across the world for processing, sorting and analyzing large volumes of images and videos–especially in cases containing child sexual abuse material.

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