Build structured cases and close them faster

Discovry puts an end to disordered investigations with powerful features that let you quickly and effectively transform piles of data into actionable intelligence. And finally close the case.

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Build structured cases and close them faster

Discovry puts an end to disordered investigations with powerful features that let you quickly and effectively transform piles of data into actionable intelligence. And finally close the case.

Maintain a structured investigation

Gather data from multiple sources—online, offline and from 3rd party services— in a single workspace. Using Discovry’s modern and visual case architecture makes it easy to document your evidence in a secure and traceable manner while maintaining the chain of custody.

 

Discover clues

Smart features help you and your team quickly visualize data and spot the clues needed to drive the case forward. Your collected data is automatically stored in data categories for easy overview.

Lock down evidence

Keeping data integrity intact is critical for upholding the chain of custody. Discovry tracks everything—ensuring the full case history is preserved. Confidently build cases that hold up in court.

Share-work-colleagues

Export your case to a .pali file to securely share your work so your colleagues can pick up where you left off.

Professional reports at the click of a button

A well-designed report is automatically generated while the case is being built, making it easy to keep stakeholders in the loop about case updates and progress. Easily export cases as PDF or html files at any time during the investigation. Just press a button.

INTEGRATIONS: Cross-reference data from other sources

Connect with the external services you usually use or want to use. Discovry acts as an integrator, providing access to all services within the same workspace so you can easily collect and cross-reference data.

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