Intella is a rapid investigation tool that utilises a visual mapping system to assist the data analyst in identifying and retrieving evidence relevant to the case. The visual mapping system offers a birds-eye view of keyword combinations.
With each search, Intella displays the number of documents that match the search (and of course a link to the documents themselves) so that the analyst can effectively zoom in to find relevant evidence in the shortest possible time.
Students will be shown how to use the product and graphical features to quickly identify relevant evidence from the data they are reviewing and produce reports on that data.
The training will cover theory and practical exercises to help the students:
Open a new case and process various evidence types
Understanding the processing and settings for case preparation
Searching the evidence using keyword
Exporting Cluster Maps
Deduplication via MD5 and Message ID
Adding new evidence to a existing case
Exporting to other Ediscovery Tools
identify which users were involved in the sending or receiving of an email or attachment
filtering for relevant emails and attachments
Building complex searches
Understanding email metadata
Understanding mail file structures
identify spoofed emails
identify cluster patterns and networks in emails
Identifying Metadata is documents
Creating a report with Intella.