Medex Forensics develops and deploys digital forensic technology to identify child predators, fight digital crime, and combat disinformation. We care deeply about helping our colleagues and clients determine the trustworthiness of digital video evidence and to know when a video has been edited or modified.
We offer software as a service, as well as training and expert forensic services to increase our clients’ capacity to know everything there is to know about a given digital video file.
Unlike any other software, Medex reveals information that is not present in the metadata of a digital video file. With this additional intelligence, investigators are answering new questions about video and identifying additional crimes and perpetrators in previously impossible ways.
We call this Structural Classification.
Medex’s strengths lay in its speed, ease-of-use, potential for investigative leads, and ability to identify modification and validation errors in video files. It is a SaaS solution that is low overhead and commitment for organizations to license and try the technology themselves.
Medex offers law enforcement professionals, journalists, lawyers, forensic examiners, and intelligence analysts a first-ever forensic toolset to automatically inspect a video file, identify the camera that created it, identify any software that was used to edit it, and report modifications that were made to the file. Our users in federal, state, county, and private agencies are already employing Medex to solve child exploitation video production cases, to validate body worn camera video for court, and to disprove disinformation videos.
Increase your team’s expertise in digital video investigations.
Medex offers certification and training in basic and advanced digital video authentication and provenance examination, including source detection and modification analysis.
Brandon Epstein, CFVA, CFVE
Director of Forensic Training
“Medex Forensics understands that complex digital video files can generate complex answers. We believe that effective training can allow investigators and forensic examiners to get the most accurate and useful results out of the Medex software application. Our training offerings are designed to provide a designated audience an accurate understanding of device source and generational classification/authentication concepts, as well as a competency for using Medex in a variety of practical and common scenarios.”
Medex Examiner Training Course
March 29-30, 2023
Medex / IACIS Advanced Video Forensics Course – Orlando, FL
April 24-28, 2023