PenLink Elevates Digital Investigations with Cutting-Edge AI Platform

June 4th, 2024

Experience the power of CoAnalyst™ at the Techno Security and Digital Forensics and ISS Europe conferences in June. 

By Johnmichael O’Hare, director of business development, PenLink 

In today’s digital age, where the success of law enforcement, security, and defense operations is increasingly determined by digital intelligence, the call for sophisticated and user-friendly technology is at an all-time peak. 

Investigators are inundated with vast quantities of digital evidence, sourced from numerous channels and open-source data , necessitating a comprehensive and scalable solution to decipher complex cases swiftly. 

The scarcity of resources for manual, labor-intensive evidence gathering and analysis has amplified the need for generative AI applications to enhance the efficiency of detailed investigations. 

To that end, PenLink has introduced CoAnalyst™ to navigate and counteract the complexities of modern threats and criminal activities. A cutting-edge generative AI module that can be tailored to specialized investigation needs, CoAnalyst™ automatically ingests data from multiple communication channels, mobile forensics, internet-based communications, financial records and web intelligence into a centralized AI platform. 

CoAnalyst™ in Action at Security Conferences 

Law enforcement and security professionals can experience the power of CoAnalyst™ at the Techno Security & Digital Forensics Conference in Wilmington, N.C., from June 4-6, 2024 (Booth 601). This conference is a significant event for professionals in the fields of corporate network security, digital forensics, and cybersecurity. It serves as a platform for raising international awareness and sharing knowledge on developments, training, responsibilities, and ethics within these critical sectors. 

Similarly, PenLink will demonstrate the capabilities of CoAnalyst™ at ISS World Europe in Prague, Czech Republic, from June 4-6, 2024. ISS World Europe is recognized as the world’s largest assembly of regional law enforcement, intelligence, and homeland security analysts. It’s a key event for those involved in cybercrime investigation, electronic surveillance, and intelligence gathering. The focus is on helping law enforcement combat various criminal activities through telecommunications networks, the internet, and social media, all integrated within an advanced AI Platform. 

Both conferences provide an opportunity for PenLink to demonstrate how CoAnalyst™ can revolutionize digital intelligence with generative AI, offering an intuitive AI Platform for digital investigations that can significantly enhance the workflow of analysts and investigators. 

New Era for Investigators 

“At PenLink, we strive to harness the latest AI technologies to streamline operations for law enforcement, national security and defense organizations worldwide,” said Udi Levy, Chief Product and Strategy Officer at PenLink, in a press statement. 

“After placing a significant focus on research and development with large language models, we’re thrilled to introduce CoAnalyst™, a tool that will transform the digital intelligence industry and signify a new era for investigators.” 

CoAnalyst™ harnesses advanced AI and machine learning to quickly interpret and analyze complex queries. Its generative AI engine and data processing power enable it to deliver precise assessment summaries through an intuitive interface. The tool simplifies intricate tasks, providing analysts with vital insights for swift and informed decision-making, along with improved threat detection. This comprehensive AI Platform empowers investigators to address modern challenges with unparalleled efficiency. 

For more information about how PenLink is combating contemporary investigative challenges with our new digital intelligence AI platform, visit 

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John O'Hare

Johnmichael O’Hare
Business Development Director at PenLink

Lieutenant Johnmichael O’Hare retired from the Hartford Police (CT) in 2018. His career elevated through investigative units that specifically attacked narcotics and firearms violence.  In 2013 Lt. O’Hare was tasked with creating a Real Time Intelligence Center that could support critical function, as well as provide analytical and forensic back support to the Investigative units. Johnmichael currently serves as a Business Development Director with PenLink with a focus on Threat Network identification & Interdiction in the Web Intelligence Realm.