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Digital Evidence Management Market size valued at USD 7 billion in 2022 and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 10% from 2023 to 2032. Digital evidence management solutions allow police to be more transparent in their work and fight crime by collecting evidence and speeding up the investigation process. The rising adoption of digital technology by law enforcement agencies to manage data efficiently is driving the market growth.
The digital evidence management market to grow at a significant CAGR through 2032, attributed to the connectivity facilitated by the advent of the internet and the adoption of digital technology in the form of smartphones and computers. Due to technology-related benefits such as increased connectivity, improved productivity, and reduced operating costs & time required to perform various procedures, government authorities are increasingly establishing strategies to implement digital solutions across business verticals. Factors, such as the growing use of the Internet of Things (IoT), strict government regulations, and increased cyberattacks on companies.
Digital evidence management is a rapidly evolving field that requires a combination of knowledge, legal understanding, and investigative skills. However, a lack of specialist skills, the use of technical equipment, and advanced encryption in new mobile applications can hinder the digital evidence management market growth.
The services segment is expected to hold a large market share during the forecast period. Various services are provided for digital evidence management including training & education, system integration, and support & maintenance. These services help the investigators to perform well-structured investigations. Digital evidence service providers also offer customized services as per the organizational requirements. Companies including OpenText provide services to investigating teams through their skilled & professional employees. These services also assist in analyzing and presenting data in courtrooms.
Based on the end user, the law enforcement agencies segment holds a significant market share. Law enforcement agencies are huge consumers of digital evidence. They use it to prevent, investigate, and solve crimes through different methods to detect and arrest criminals. Law enforcement officers are required to perform forensic work on computers confiscated during arrest or seizure to obtain information. The information can also be used as evidence in court after being sent electronically from an external hard drive along with the complete justice file.
North America is one of the most profitable markets for digital evidence management. This growth can be attributed to many factors such as high awareness and adoption of technology, leading to a greater need for the development of cybersecurity solutions in the region. Companies are providing new solutions in the region. North America is home to key players in the digital forensics industry, such as IBM, Cisco, and FireEye, that specialize in problem-solving businesses such as LogRhythm, Training Software, Access Data, and Paraben.
Some major digital evidence management market players include Panasonic, Motorola, Nice, Accessdata, Msab, Opentext, Digital Detective, Cellebrite, Paraben, Quetel, IBM, Oracle, Hitachi, Capita, Vidizmo, Coban, Reveal Media, Porter Lee, Soleratec, Veripic, Fileonq, Tracker Products, Intrensic, Foray, and Watchguard. Key players are focused on meeting consumer demand. They are often involved in adding new features to their products. Ongoing R&D activities enable them to hold a significant position in the market.
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