Rugged Digital Mobile Device Forensics
Radio Tactics is a specialist innovator of high-tech digital intelligence, Mobile Data Device Forensics and evidence gathering equipment used globally by military, law enforcement, governments, and intelligence agencies. Its exploitation devices provide security focused organisations with ability to interrogate mobile phones, GPS & portable digital devices, providing real-time capture of intelligence and evidence.
Radio Tactics is a supplier to the majority of UK Home Office Police Forces, as well as the British Transport Police, Royal Military Police, various other government departments and the Ministry of Defence. Globally, Radio Tactics has replicated the success achieved within the UK, supplying a wide range of organisations internationally. Radio Tactics also works with the financial services industry and corporate fraud investigation departments across the globe.
With offices in the UK, USA, Australia and partners throughout the world, Radio Tactics provides dedicated technical assistance and offers comprehensive support and advice.
Data Extraction from Mobile Phones, Digital Devices, SIM and
Terrorists and insurgents are increasingly deploying mobile digital devices to detonate attacks and communicate between different cells, while criminals are also using mobile technology for hostile and criminal activity to access, store and share information, as well as for navigation.
Intelligence and security agencies are focusing on data extraction from mobile devices and the ATHENA solution places this capability in the hands of frontline military agencies
Radio Tactics specifically designed ATHENA for frontline military and intelligence users, and is not a repackaged commercial or law enforcement product. ATHENA is supplied on a rugged ultra-mobile and fanless terminal, which is shock, water and dust resistant (IP65).
Real-time Data Extraction and Intelligence Information
Developed in partnership with the US, Australian and UK militaries, ATHENA is unique to other communication systems in that it provides support to operators making real-time decisions on the ground when searching for suspects or premises.
ATHENA can be integrated in the intelligence infrastructure by tethering the responder into back-end intelligence systems through tactical communication networks from IP-based networks to combatant radio systems.
Radio Tactics' Analysis Suite enables security and intelligence forces to identify and create lists of items of interest from acquired data in pre-mission time. The actions and interests list can then be transferred from analysis suite to an ATHENA terminal so every intelligence and battlefield officer's intelligence package is updated.
Total Intelligence Gathering Solution
In addition to its mobile device data acquisition capabilities, ATHENA is also equipped with an integrated camera to capture still images and motion videos. The system's internal GPS system can also capture and record positional information to deliver a complete intelligence package.
Rapid acquisition reduces the time taken to acquire information from the target device and allows users to decide what data is valuable during time critical operations. ATHENA can also be interrupted or disconnected at any point during an acquisition, but will still retain the data already acquired to accommodate any sudden operational changes.
Acquisitions are secured from intelligence leakage using AES encryption and deletion to Department of Defence standards.
Second Generation of bespoke ATHENA Solutions
Radio Tactics are proud to announce the Second Generation of ATHENA with the possibility to customise the solution to ensure it suits organisations’ specific requirements. For example, for one of its customers, Radio Tactics recently developed a bespoke ATHENA Solution that provides the capability to network deployed ATHENA terminals and capture biometrics information.
Networked ATHENA terminals with Live Hotlist
Networked ATHENA terminals make it possible to instantly update Hotlists, which contain names, numbers and locations of suspects and terrorists, therefore saving invaluable time in situations requiring prompt decision making. Whilst operators are in the field, acquired data can be uploaded to a central hub, allowing analysts to generate new, or, update existing, Hotlists, which subsequently can be downloaded by all connected ATHENA terminals.
A Central Data Repository provides the secure archiving of information and will facilitate the ingestion of this rich pool of data into third party analytics tools for intelligence purposes.
The benefits of the newly integrated fingerprint and face capture functionality are twofold. The information it provides can be imported into national databases and third party analytics and, in addition, it corroborates the link between exhibits and persons of interests or terrorists.