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Kathy Helenek of the Digital Intelligence Forensic Services team will present "Traces from the Cloud: Forensics Analysis of Cloud Storage" at Techno Security '18 in San Antonio, Texas.  With the growth in use of cloud storage, this is a "don't miss" session.  This session is designed to provide useful technicare to determine what cloud storage was used, how it was used, and what artifacts of interest remain to be found.   Join us for this informative session.  And don't forget to visit the Digital Intelligence booth to see our latest products and to help us understand your forensic challenges.
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To assist Digital Intelligence customers better utilize the products we sell, we've added a new Video Library to our website support pages.   The Video Library is accessible from the link on the support drop down menu.

We've added seven new "quick start" videos:

  • TX1 Forensic Imager User Interface
  • TX1 Non-Networked Forensic Imaging
  • TX1 Network Forensic Imaging
  • Imaging PCIe Drives with TX1
  • Restoring an Evidence Drive with TX1
  • Updating TX1 Firmware
  • Getting Technical Support and Service (if you need it)

Check out these new videos and more in the Digital Intelligence Video Library!


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Effective Q2 2018, all FRED, FREDDIE, microFRED, FRED-L and FRED-RM systems ship with two (2) NVMe M.2 solid state drive slots.  One slot is used as the operating system (OS) drive.  The second NVMe M.2 slot is open and available for use.   This configuration change adds drive capacity and improves FRED system responsiveness.  FRED systems may be configured with a wide assortment of drive types, capacities, and form factors.  Additional details are available on the web site tech spec pages or in the web store system configuration options.

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When it comes to forensic software, spending up and buying bigger doesn't always translate into excellent performance.  At Digital Intelligence we spend hundreds of hours testing our FRED systems against leading forensic software applications for one reason:  to help you understand which configuration components matter when you consider a new system or upgrade.  Join Jim Woodring, a Senior Systems Engineer at Digital Intelligence, for the informative session Forensic Systems Hardware - What You Need to Know for Optimized Software Performance at EnFuse 2018.  Check the EnFuse session schedule for date and time.
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It's not uncommon for seasoned examiners to be slightly intimidated by macs and the mac OS.   But why?  Armed with fundamental file system knowledge and a solid forensic plan of attack, accessing mac files can become second nature.  Sara Treleven, a forensic examiner in the Digital Intelligence Forensic Services practice, will show you the way at the Fear Not! Calming Your Anxiety of Mac File Systems session on Tuesday June 5 at TechnoSecurity.
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Personal and business cloud data storage is growing at an accelerating rate.  The convenience of the cloud is good.  But what happens when cloud storage is used with malicious intent?  Kathy Helenek, a Forensic Examiner/eDiscovery Specialist in Digital Intelligence's Forensic Services practice, will speak on Traces from the Cloud: Forensic Analysis of Cloud Storage at EnFuse 2018.  This session will provide investigative insight into data traces left behind cloud use.  Check the EnFuse 2018 program guide for session date and time.
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Be prepared for unexpected forensic imaging challenges with the Digital Intelligence UltraKit + TX1.  This new UltraKit provides forensic practitioners a complete set of UltraBlocks (SATA/IDE, SAS, USB 3, FireWire, and PCIe), the powerful new Tableau TX1 Forensic Imager, the UltraBlock Media Card Reader, plus a full set of cables, adapters, and power supplies.

This new UltraKit replaces and upgrades the UltraKit + TD3 version.

Information on this new kit can be found on our UltraBlock page.

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Today Digital Intelligence launched its new website with a completely redesigned look and feel, an enhanced web store and new customer support capabilities.  The new site improves the user experience with efficient access to product, professional services, training and support information and an enhanced web store shopping experience.

The new DI Web Store provides benefits to online customers in several key areas. Customers will receive improved information when orders are placed.  Customers receive Digital Intelligence's negotiated shipping rates during order checkout, allowing customers to select the most timely and cost effective shipping method.  The automation and integration between website and payment systems provides immediate payment confirmation when completing online transactions.  


About Digital Intelligence

Digital Intelligence, a privately held company located in New Berlin, Wisconsin, USA,   is a full service provider of solutions including FRED computer systems, digital forensic and eDiscovery Professional Services, digital forensic products, and training to law enforcement, government, intelligence, legal, and corporate customers world-wide.

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The FREDC™ Data Center now supports application software resource sharing and centralized license management.  License dongles connected to FREDC's Server-RM USB 3.0 ports are shared resources for workstations on the FREDC Data Center's 10 GbE network.  Examiners can access, use, then release license dongles when needed without needing the dongle physically installed in their workstation.  This exclusive FREDC feature supports departmental license sharing and may offer a more cost efficient model for software licensing and management.

The Digital Intelligence FREDC Data Center is a fully integrated forensic file and data server purpose built for digital forensics processing and evidence management.  FREDC's are widely deployed with systems installed across North America, Asia, Africa, and Europe.