Americans are bombarded at home, school, and work about the importance of protecting against cyber threats. But being prepared to react to a cyber incursion is just as important, according to the FBI.
Members of the law enforcement community across Arizona and the country frequently go above and beyond to serve their communities. And Tucson-based Zinatt Technologies Inc. would like to celebrate some of those efforts.
Zinatt’s computer application, Qtis (Quick Tracking Information System), can be used to help political campaigns and political organizations analyze voter data and organize and measure the reach of their volunteers.
When four college students were killed in Idaho in November, investigators began the arduous task of collecting physical evidence, witness statements, and digital data related to dozens of people. But organizing and analyzing all that information by traditional methods can be overwhelming, . . .
Tucson-based Zinatt Technologies Inc. has developed state-of-the-art information tracking software for use by law enforcement investigators, and now the company wants to share its program with medical researchers and health officials to better understand COVID-19.