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e-fense Announces Opening of New Headquarters

Wednesday, March 04, 2009 (11:12:46)
e-fense, Inc. today announced the relocation of its corporate headquarters to 9200 E. Panorama Cir, Suite 120 in Centennial, Colorado. The move follows the company's announcements of new management and continued growth of its computer forensic and network security software sales...
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Data Theft Common By Departing Employees

Monday, March 02, 2009 (06:08:33)
Many people who are either laid-off from their job or simply moving to another opportunity often secretly take proprietary data from their employer on their way out the door, a study released this week found. Nearly 60 percent of employees who quit a job or are asked to leave are stealing company data, according to report by the Ponemon Institute, a Tucson based research group. The survey was based on interviews with 945 adults who were laid off, fired or changed jobs in the last year...

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UK's poor record on prosecuting hackers revealed

Thursday, February 26, 2009 (12:50:31)
Experts have called for more police resources to fight computer crime, after it emerged that only 299 hackers have been charged under the UK's computer crime law over the past four years. Computer Weekly has discovered that only 110 cases involving unauthorised access and virus writing reached magistrates'courts across the country last year from November 2007 to October 2008, 59 cases reached court in the year to October 2007, while 49 cases were brought to court in the year to October 2006...

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Guidance Software Expands EnCase® Training OnDemand Offering

Thursday, February 26, 2009 (12:48:01)
Guidance Software Inc. has announced new EnCase® Training OnDemand courses in eDiscovery and computer forensics, broadening its range of course offerings that allow EnCase customers worldwide to train anywhere, at their own convenience. The two new on demand offerings are:

- EnCase® eDiscovery OnDemand: Today’s business litigation almost always involves some form of electronic evidence discovery. In many cases electronic mail, documents or other digital files are the clearest forms of evidence. This course provides essential hands-on training in EnCase eDiscovery in the corporate arena.
- EnCase® Forensic II OnDemand: This course is designed for examiners with strong computer skills, prior computer forensics training, and experience using EnCase Forensic software. It builds upon proficiencies acquired in the EnCase Computer Forensics I course and enhances the examiner's ability to work efficiently through the unique features of EnCase Forensic...
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e-fense, Inc Announces Corporate Network Security Solution Built Upon Helix3

Thursday, February 26, 2009 (12:44:11)
e-fense announced its new corporate network security solution; Helix3 Enterprise. This easy to use business product can actively monitor and respond to incidents anywhere on a network. "This is a powerful well developed product that will become a necessity in businesses around the world," says Lauren LaFortuna, Managing Director of e-fense. "Businesses need to be prepared with the proper tools as litigations, investigations and regulatory actions increase. With Helix3 Enterprise businesses have the tools to perform electronic data discovery from a central location..."
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