Delaware, USA – SUMURI, a leader in the digital forensics software and hardware industry has launched its year-end SUMURI Gives Back campaign. On December 23, 2019 the tech firm posted a video announcement with SUMURI Chief Product Officer and Co-founder Steve Whalen, President and Co-founder Ailyn Whalen and CEO Jason Roslewicz announcing the winner of the SUMURI Gives Back year-end campaign for 2019, giving away a bright yellow colored TALINO forensic workstation nicknamed Bumblebee and valued at $10,000 USD.

SUMURI Gives Back 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. 


Last year when we did this we received around 10,000 votes and we were able to donate a TALINO to the City of Kearney police department in Nebraska. This year we were blown away by the number of votes we received – almost 700,000. I thank everyone who voted and am truly humbled to announce the winner of a very hard-fought battle. Congratulations Henry County Police Department! Jason Roslewicz, SUMURI’s Chief Executive Officer.

Rapidly growing Henry County is on the south side of Atlanta, GA. The two examiners at Henry County’s Police Department each complete over 400 digital forensic examinations for HCPD and surrounding agencies every year, as the only dedicated digital forensics personnel in the region. Current equipment consists of regular office computers and hand-me-down equipment donated from a local photography business. The two examiners regularly self-fund equipment purchases to keep computers running.

“I am very happy to be able to share the blessings we have received through SUMURI and the forensic community. From humble beginnings in the Philippines I have been truly blessed to bring my culture and the giving nature of the Philippines here to America and make a difference in the world. Thank you to everyone who participated world wide. Salamat ” said Ailyn Whalen, SUMURI’s President and Co-founder.

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