Introducing TALINO Police Interceptor Edition
Delaware, USA – SUMURI, a leader in the digital forensics software and hardware industry has will begin its year-end SUMURI Gives Back campaign by unveiling its latest special edition TALINO Forensic Workstation at this year’s first major digital forensic conference.
On February 27, 2020, SUMURI posted a video teaser on its Youtube channel hinting at the design of the SUMURI Gives Back TALINO for 2020. This year’s design is the TALINO Police Interceptor Edition and will be making its debut at the Techno Security & Digital Forensics Conference held March 9th-11th, 2020 at the Hilton La Jolla Torrey Pines near San Diego, California.
“This is a special year for SUMURI as we are in our 10th year. I wanted this year’s SGB TALINO to be just as special by honoring the dedication of Law Enforcement and our team as well as give a nod to our company’s roots coming from law enforcement. We are excited to showcase our technology in designing workstations for any needs with this year’s SGB TALINO Police Interceptor Edition, ” said Steve Whalen, SUMURI’s Chief Product Officer, and Co-founder.
SUMURI Gives Back (SGB) is a continuation of the company’s long-standing tradition of supporting the Law Enforcement community through humanitarian missions and donations of software and computers. Over the last ten years, SUMURI has given back tens of thousands of dollars in both software and hardware each year. Last year the response to the SUMURI Gives Back campaign was so overwhelming that for the first time the company donated two forensic workstations to law enforcement agencies in need. The 2019 recipients were Henry County Police Department in suburban Atlanta, Georgia and a second one to the Directorate of Criminal Investigation in Kenya.
“Every year we try and outdo ourselves in both our support for the law enforcement community and the design of our giveaway workstation and this year is no exception. The work that Steve and his team put into the design of TALINO Police Interceptor is phenomenal. I haven’t seen anything like Police Interceptor anywhere else in the forensic community and can’t wait to show it off in San Diego.” Jason Roslewicz, SUMURI’s Chief Executive Officer.
For more information about the SUMURI and the SUMURI Gives Back campaign please visit our website at https://sumuri.com/about/.