We are excited to announce a longstanding trans-Atlantic partnership with Common Caches, focusing on the secure storage and sharing of critical information for enterprise, law enforcement, and national security stakeholders.

Founded in 2016, Common Caches is a privately-held, US-based software developer building digital evidence management solutions.

Among the initial products and services built on their c2share product, we offer innovative solutions for the management of Open Source Information (OSINF). This includes the ability to deduplicate and ensure the integrity of OSINF through seamless third-party API interoperability.

c2share is a digital evidence management application configured to support file-sharing and top line use cases.

  • Upload components: contact information, location, note, files
  • Upload any file type: video, audio, images, documents, applications, binaries
  • Unlimited upload portals: standing, per-event, private sites. Share QR code or URL
  • Anonymous uploads: Personal information not required to upload, sender’s IP address not stored
  • Customizable upload portals : Banner, logo, instructions, emergency message, on/off upload components, CSS style sheet
  • Embedded upload portals: Integrate into existing websites and apps
  • Flexible deployments: SaaS, SaaS with bring-your-own storage, customer-hosted. Set primary, backup, and DMZ storage locations.
  • Multiple user types: Full administrative control to view-only
  • Non-disruptive: Stand-alone or integrate with existing ways of working
  • Activity log: Operational transparency, chain of custody, easy export, easy search, over 100 actions logged
  • Sharing: Export single items, whole uploads, share with system users, export to other users, no content silos
  • Triage: Identify most relevant items first, reduce time-to-evidence, reduce time-to-share
  • Encryption: In-transit and at-rest
  • Hashing: Multiple hashing of uploaded items (patent pending). Currently SHA3-256.
  • Security/CJIS controls: Timeout after inactivity, lockout after unsuccessful logins, password length, mandatory password reset.


Some of the use cases for c2share:

Law Enforcement: Lightweight DEMS, tip line, sharing with agencies, fusion centers, task forces, prosecutors.

Casinos, Retailers, Convenience Stores, Property Owners: Consistent and secure handling of digital evidence internally and externally.

Corporate Legal/Security/Compliance: Confidential reporting and file sharing internal and external to an organization.

NGO/Not-for-Profit: Communicate with individuals or communities in difficult or contested environments.

Communities: Citizens and businesses working with public safety to keep an area safe.

Lenovo is a Chinese multinational technology company. Incorporated in Hong Kong, it has global headquarters in Beijing, China, operational headquarters in Morrisville, North Carolina, US, and an operational center in Singapore. The company designs, develops, manufactures, and sells personal computers, tablet computers, smartphones, workstations, servers, supercomputers, electronic storage devices, IT management software, and smart televisions, and is the world’s largest personal computer vendor by unit sales as of January 2021. It also markets the ThinkPad and ThinkBook business lines of laptop computers; IdeaPad, Yoga, and Legion consumer lines of laptop computers; and the IdeaCentre and ThinkCentre lines of desktop computers.

Lenovo has operations in over 60 countries and sells its products in around 180 countries. It has research centers in Beijing, Chengdu, Yamato (Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan), Shanghai, Shenzhen, and Morrisville (North Carolina, US), and also has Lenovo NEC Holdings, a joint venture with NEC that produces personal computers for the Japanese market.

Lenovo was founded in Beijing in November 1984 as Legend, and was incorporated in Hong Kong in 1988. Lenovo acquired IBM’s personal computer business in 2005 and agreed to acquire its Intel-based server business in 2014. Lenovo entered the smartphone market in 2012 and as of 2014 was the largest vendor of smartphones in mainland China. In 2014, Lenovo acquired Motorola Mobility from Google. In 2017, Lenovo acquired Fujitsu’s personal computer business.

Lenovo is listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange and is a constituent of the Hang Seng China-Affiliated Corporations Index, often referred to as the “red chip” stocks.