Currently most of the crimes (both real and digital) are associated with information technology evidence: mobile phones, email messages, pictures, location coordinates, SMS and similar. Forensic professionals need to be comfortable with doing forensics across multiple machines, across different environments. Therefore, electronic evidence processing and cybercrime investigation becomes ever more complex, more time-consuming and requires more human resources. Implementation of a centralized digital forensic laboratory and equipping it with hardware, specialized software and establishing processes allows increasing the efficiency of judicial examinations.
Set-up and implementation of centralized digital forensic laboratory at the Forensic Science Centres in Lithuania and Estonia: https://www.nrdcs.lt/en/stories/set-up-and-implementation-of-centralized-digital-forensic-laboratory/43
Digital forensics capacity building of the Police Department of the Republic of Lithuania: https://www.nrdcs.lt/en/stories/digital-forensics-capacity-building/40