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The Tableau Password Recovery appliance will help security, e-discovery and forensic professionals using EnCase to simplify and accelerate the process of identifying, unlocking and re- engaging password protected files.
Based on the EnCase Enterprise platform, EnCase Remote Recovery + is a simplified version of the powerful digital investigation software that features a streamlined user interface and deployment process.
Provider of digital investigative solutions, Guidance Software Inc (NASDAQ:GUID), announced on Tuesday that its new software connector, which integrates its EnCase Cybersecurity incident response and data auditing software with FireEye Inc's Malware Protection System (MPS) to combat advanced malware threats, is now available.
Using eDiscovery Suite, organizations can bring the process in-house, saving time, money and resources, while relying on EnCase software and its years of court validation for strong defensibility to minimize legal risk.
It works in concert with EnCase Version 6, allowing investigators to analyze and document both phone and other digital data, establishing the broadest and most complete collection of evidence possible.
EnCase makes a bootable floppy disk for use on another machine, using different system boot files that point back to the floppy disk so that small changes made to the hard drive of the machine being booted aren't made there.
Introduced in 2003, EnCase Enterprise revolutionized how organizations conduct forensic investigations over the network.
ThreatGRID Malware Analysis and Intelligence for EnCase is a great addition to the App Central marketplace, building value for users of our EnCase security and forensic products," said Alex Andrianopoulos, vice president, marketing for Guidance Software.
Its EnCase Enterprise platform is used by numerous government agencies, more than 65 percent of the Fortune 100, and more than 40 percent of the Fortune 500, to conduct digital investigations of servers, laptops, desktops and mobile devices.
The Department of Game and Fish is looking to establish a price agreement for forensic computer hardware, software purchases, training, and subscription support for Guidance Software s EnCase and Tableau products.
NASDAQ: GUID) said it will open a new training center in January 2014 to meet the increasing demand for its training program serving customers of its EnCase products.