Press Releases

Paraben launches Industry First IoT Forensic Training at NATO Cyber School

Breaking the Boundaries of Digital Data

Paraben has been pushing the edge of innovation with the addition of support for IoT devices and data since Oct 2016 with the release of the first tool to support DJI Drones. That focus and support has only grown since then with support for additional IoT items such as Android wearables, the popular fitness band Fitbit, and also support for Xbox gaming systems and Amazon Echo devices..

Alexa, we hear you! Paraben has added forensic support for Amazon Echo!

Breaking the Boundaries of Digital Data

Paraben has been pushing the edge of innovation with the addition of support for IoT devices and data since Oct 2016 with the release of the first tool to support DJI Drones. That focus and support has only grown since then, with support for additional IoT items such as Android wearables, the popular fitness band Fitbit, and also support for Xbox gaming systems. With the 1.4 release of the E3 platform planned for the first of August 2017, the support of IoT devices will grow with Paraben releasing the first support for the Amazon Echo devices.

Paraben Corporation’s PFIC Innovation Conference introduces the 1 Day Cyber-Forensic Symposium in Conjunction with Robert Morris University the Cyber School of the Future on August 18th 2017

Paraben Corporation along with Robert Morris University are bringing together industry experts to discuss current trends in cyber security and forensics. This symposium is designed to educate digital forensic practitioners on innovative and emerging topics in digital forensics through lectures and networking.

Paraben Corporation Announces Sponsorship of Enfuse 2017

Will showcase new IoT forensic techniques at booth 217

Aldie, VA – May 18, 2017 – Paraben Corporation today announced it is a Silver-level sponsor of Guidance Software’s 2017 Enfuse® Conference. Paraben Corporation will be showcasing their incorporation of IoT forensics in their E3 forensic suite of tools. Amber Schroader the CEO of Paraben and the chief technology designer of the company’s forensic software will also be a featured speaker at the event. Ms. Schroader’ s ideas helped define an industry as the first creator of mobile forensic software in 2001. Her focus of her presentation centers around the connection of data between Smartphones and IoT devices with insight on forensic data that can be recovered.

Electronic Evidence Examiner-E3 Platform Releases Version 1.3

Paraben Corporation announces the release of the E3 platform version 1.3.

“This version includes a lot of issue resolution for our loyal customer base. With items such as improved iOS message parsing, to email stabilization we feel that this version only makes the Paraben experience that much better.”

Commented Amber Schroader, CEO.

DSMO Certifications are now available for Paraben’s Mobile Forensic Tools

Paraben Corporation announces a new certification available to all examiners using E3:DS in their investigations. This certification focuses on the use of the product and is available to license registered user of either the E3:DS or E3: Universal with an active subscription. Users who have a lapsed subscription can either bring their subscription current or pay a small fee for the certification. The DSMO is also available for students enrolled in a University, College or higher education that is teaching E3.

Paraben’s E3 Platform adds new functionality for Android, Exchange 2016, and Fitbit data support

Paraben Corporation is pleased to announce the release of E3:Universal, E3:DS, and E3:P2C Aurora edition 1.2. This new version follows that launch of the new platform that allows for a single interface use for all the Paraben cyber-forensic technology.

Paraben’s Patented StrongHold Faraday Bags New Version with Window

Paraben’s patented StrongHold bags have been the industry standard when it comes to securing wireless evidence. These Faraday devices are one of many offerings Paraben has in this area. From bags to tents Paraben has always offered a good variety of Faraday equipment.

Paraben’s E3 Platform adds new functionality for Android 7.1, Twitter Cloud, and Archiving

Paraben Corporation is pleased to announce the release of E3:Universal, E3:DS, and E3:P2C Aurora edition 1.1. This new version follows that launch of the new platform that allows for a single interface use for all the Paraben cyber-forensic technology.

Paraben’s Email, Internet, and Instant Messaging tools just got ramped up with new E3 versions.

Paraben Corporation recently unveiled E3; Electronic Evidence Examiner a universal platform for all types of digital data inclusive of mobile phones, hard drives and the internet of things. With the release of this new platform Paraben’s other tools migrated into the same interface and environment. Paraben’s NEMX-Network Email Examiner, EMX-Email Examiner, and CHATEX-Chat Examiner all got massive version updates with the move to the E3 platform.