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IDS

Abbreviation for integrated delivery system.
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Explores the profession of computer forensics, which is more in demand than ever due to the rise of Internet crime
LINDON, Utah -- AccessData, the pioneer of digital investigations and litigation support, announced the opening of a new office, as well as a new hosting facility, in London to meet the needs of a growing community of e-discovery, computer forensics and incident response clients in the UK and EU.
Our goal is to provide an affordable continuing education opportunity to those in the litigation support, cyber security and computer forensics industries.
AD Triage will allow people without any experience in computer forensics to forensically preserve valuable evidence on scene, which will save a great deal of time in the field and alleviate the burden on already overtaxed computer forensics personnel.
MANDIANT, the leader in incident response and computer forensics solutions and services for government, defense and enterprise organizations, today announced that Richard Bejtlich will join the MANDIANT executive management team as Chief Security Officer and Security Services Architect, effective April 1.
MANDIANT has become one of the most sought after names in the complex and unpredictable world of incident response and computer forensics.
Previous releases of FTK([R]) placed AccessData's flagship product ahead of other computer forensics solutions by delivering distributed processing, integrated RAM analysis, integrated optical character recognition, and integrated decryption of encrypted archives.
According to Reiber, because FTK is used by a majority of computer forensics examiners worldwide, the release of an FTK-compatible rugged tablet for field acquisition of seized mobile phones will be of great benefit to the industry.
The data can then be parsed with Forensic Toolkit computer forensics software to recover not only user information, but files that no other mobile phone analysis software is currently able to recover and document.
In January, MANDIANT announced it increased its consultant force by more than 65 percent in 2009, strengthening its leadership foothold as the industry's go-to provider of incident response and computer forensics services and solutions.
The previous release of FTK placed AccessData's flagship product ahead of other computer forensics solutions by delivering distributed processing capabilities and integrated RAM analysis that no other computer forensics software provides.
Award grants government agencies direct access to MANDIANT incident response and computer forensics expertise, enabling MANDIANT to better serve the government IT community.

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