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Evidence Talks' Elizabeth Sheldon wins business awards

Posted 31 October 2016 · Add Comment

Elizabeth Sheldon, CEO of digital forensics specialists Evidence Talks, has won in two categories of the Milton Keynes Women Leaders Awards, for both Business Services and Science and Technology.

The awards come towards the end of a year which has seen a number of strides forward for the company, with increasing global business helping record growth rates and sales volumes, especially from the government security sector in the USA but also from police, security and corporate sectors in the UK, Middle and Far East.
 
On the product development front, a recent workshop attended by a number of security heads reviewed the latest version of Evidence Talks’ SPEKTOR forensic intelligence and witnessed the launch of its Cascade Forensics derivative, which enables smart, automated digital triage through to imaging.
 
Speaking from newly acquired and completely refurbished offices with a fine outlook across Willen Lake, Elizabeth Sheldon (right) commented: “I’m delighted to have picked up these two awards.  Although they are in my name, what they represent is the success of both our technology and our business model.  I’d like to take this opportunity to thank our customers for their confidence in us, which has contributed so much to the awards submissions we made.  When heads of Law Enforcement, Government Agencies, the Military and large Corporations place their faith in you on such important issues as People Trafficking, Cyber-Crime and Cyber Fraud, it really is an endorsement of the business as a whole.”

 

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