May 21, 2009 The Encase Portable has simplified the task of searching a corporate computers and databases for incriminating or illegal material. Unlike existing computer forensics solutions, EnCase Portable runs on a USB drive rather than a notebook, making it easier and quicker investigators to boot a target computer to the USB drive and run a pre-configured data search and retrieval.
The EnCase Portable, from Guidance Software, can be used by law enforcement and government agencies, corporations or law firms to electronically discover or acquire a range of information from a host computer. Users, even if they are not trained in forensics, can hunt through documents, internet history and artifacts, images and other digital evidence, including entire hard drives, with a few simple keyboard clicks.
GET 20% OFF A NEW ATLAS PLUS SUBSCRIPTION
For a limited time, we're offering 20% off a New Atlas Plus subscription.
Just use the promo code APRIL at checkout.BUY NOW
According to Victor Limongelli, president and CEO of Guidance Software, “It is easy to use, fast and preserves digital evidence in the court-vetted evidence file format for which EnCase is known.”
The EnCase Portable has a 4GB drive but can be linked to larger USB devices. The product is expected to be available from about July. For more information visit Guidance Software.
David GreigView gallery - 2 images