Validation in forensics, whether digital or physical, is paramount. Today not only do we face rapidly changing technology, we also have to deal with the large array of changes from manufacturers that can cause our forensic tools to have failures. A validation plan should be put in place to ensure the best possible practices in the production of evidence from digital devices.
Paraben is pleased to release the 1.8 version of the E3 Platform. Paraben’s E3 Platform for digital data intelligence at a forensic-grade level continues to excel in functionality with this new release. The 1.8 release adds exciting new features for the international DFIR community with new localized reporting options in both Spanish and Chinese. In addition, one of the largest additions to this release is the addition of physical support for MediaTek chip-based devices. MediaTek is one of the worlds largest smartphone chip providers and this new enhancement to the E3 Platform not only increases the number of supported device profiles to well over 30,000+, but also shows the dedication of the Paraben team to innovation and global perspective on the mobile processing problems.
Highlights in the 1.8 version
Paraben Corporation takes the privacy and processing of data of our customers seriously and has done adjustments to the E3 Platform to better support this objective. With the new GDPR requirements Paraben has updated it’s systems to allow easy management of mailing preferences for users in the EU. In addition, changes have been done to the logging system in the E3 Platform to offer enhanced encryption to help protect any of the collected information done in a forensic examination.
Paraben Corporation has leapt into Spring 2018 with the release of version 1.7 of the E3 Platform. This platform brings all digital investigation capabilities into a single interface for easy management of data from computers, email, internet, and mobiles.
PFIC is honored to have Jenni Morse from Operation Underground Railroad (O.U.R.) as the 2018 PFIC keynote speaker. O.U.R. is a non-profit organization dedicated to working with law enforcement to help rescue victims of sex trafficking and prosecute traffickers. O.U.R. also vets and assesses aftercare centers around the world which consists of partnering with different organizations, so that the rescued children may receive safety, education, and vocational training.
Paraben is blasting out an end of the year holiday celebration with the 1.6 release of the E3 Platform. All existing users will receive the latest updates that include some substantial enhancements and new features.
Paraben can read your email - from network mail archives to local PST
Paraben is pleased to release new email overview videos on the Paraben YouTube channel, ParabenForensics. These videos are free to anyone who wants to see the capabilities associated with breaking down both local and network email archives. Email capabilities are endless with deduplication, exporting data in PST form, as well as OST native archive support.
Paraben Corporation, an innovator in the digital forensic market, along with HTCI, a developer of cutting-edge digital forensic training, is pleased to announce the integration of HTCI’s MapLink tool into Paraben’s E3 platform.
We, at Paraben, have been missing the fresh mountain air. We are excited to announce that PFIC 2018 will be back at our favorite location in Park City, UT and hosted at the Park City Marriott hotel. We have announced the dates and call for speakers for PFIC 2018. The 2-day training event will be held on September 5th and 6th at the Park City Marriott hotel.