Lawful Interception Collection Content for Archiving and Evidence.ONA-R 5th Edition

Collection of Lawful Interception(LI) Content within the Law Enforcement Domain(LEA) is a critical step of the LI workflow. If your Agency is going to be collecting data for evidentiary purposes, you need to choose a solution that is bulletproof. When used as an evidentiary storage medium, WORM type optical discs(Blu-Ray, DVD) are the best choice to support the Chain of Custody. Once written, it is physically impossible to alter the data on the media.


  • Can integrate with any LI solution that has support for writing to optical media(Blu-Ray, DVD).
  • Can integrate with any LI solution even if no support for writing to optical media has been previously added.
  • Could be used for bulk archive or as an evidentiary solution.


  • WORM media best supports chain-of-custody
  • Low cost - Data on optical media has very low cost of maintenance over the very long-term
  • Optical media like double-layer Blu-Ray is a truly modern archive


StorageQuest's products assist in the collection phase of LI. Our products cater to the Law Enforcement Agent concerned with the chain of custody of their evidentiary data. With our solution in place, your data is secure.

If your application already supports exporting or streaming to optical disc drives, an Appliance model of our StorageQuest Optical Archive Appliance would be best suited. If on the other hand you wish to capture a broader array of features in authoring the optical discs, the StorageQuest Optical Archive Server would be a great choice.

We support an array of integration options from iSCSI targeted optical disc drives to a more handled solution by using our StorageQuest Archive Manager.

And as an archive medium, quality optical media has a very long term shelf life that enjoy's the lowest degradation over time of any storage medium in the world.


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Lawful interception (LI) is obtaining communications network data pursuant to lawful authority for the purpose of analysis or evidence.

Chain of custody (CoC), in legal contexts, refers to the chronological documentation or paper trail, showing the seizure, custody, control, transfer, analysis, and disposition of physical or electronic evidence.

Write once read many (WORM) describes a data storage device in which information, once written, cannot be modified. This write protection affords the assurance that the data cannot be tampered with once it is written to the device.