Are you interested in learning about a forensic tool that delivers the capabilities you need at a fraction of the price of other software tools? If so, please plan on attending the "Digital Investigations with OSForensics" session at HTCIA Atlantic City. This virtual session will be led by Charles Giglia, Digital Intelligence, Inc.'s VP of Training. Scheduled for September 27, 2022 at 2:00 p.m. EDT, this session will introduce the product, provide a comprehensive overview including a demonstration of the most popular OSForensics features. Charles will also highlight forensic features unique to the OSForensics product. If you are registered to attend HTCIA, drop in on Charles' session to see OSForensics in action. This may be the forensic tool you need to add to your toolkit.
MD5's Virtual Forensic Computing (VFC) software makes it easy to virtualize an image of a suspect machine for triage or digital forensic investigations. VFC creates a virtual machine in seconds, without compromising original data, allowing the investigator to concentrate on the investigation.
VFC allows access to all settings, multiple profiles, hidden files, jump lists, internet history, all applications, restore points, and more! Follow the link to this video to learn why VFC needs to be in your investigative toolbox.
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We’ve been using Digital Intelligence hardware for 15 years and the FRED C Data Center for over 10 years. The FRED C Data Center is the core of our Digital Forensic network and has worked very well for us...We will be continuing to use Digital Intelligence hardware in the future.
We've relied on Digital Intelligence and the FREDC Data Center as the backbone of our forensic operation since 2010. In that time we've come to appreciate and depend on the Digital Intelligence team's expertise, responsiveness, and professionalism.
Our FREDC Data Center installation went flawless. The Digital Intelligence team has this product dialed-in. Our installation was completed in one day. We were running cases on our new FREDC by the end of day two.