Discover What’s New In OpenText™ Digital Forensic Solutions For Release 16 EP7


OpenText™ EnCase™ Forensic is a finalist in the SC Magazine Award 2020!OpenText™ is pleased to share that OpenText™ EnCase™ Forensic has been recognized as a Trust Award finalist in the Best Computer Forensic Solution category for the 2020 SC Awards. The finalists and winners for the Trust Awards are chosen by an expert panel of judges with extensive knowledge and experience in the cybersecurity industry. OpenText has been the winner of this award for 10 consecutive years from 2009-2019! Winners for 2020 will be announced at the SC Awards ceremony on February 25, 2020 in San Francisco.

OpenText™ is also excited to release several new advancements in its digital forensics solutions including EnCase™ Forensic 8.10, EnCase Mobile Investigator™ 1.06 and Tableau Forensic Imager (TX1) 3.0. These new releases include features and enhancements to further address today’s challenges and improve performance and user experience, taking digital investigations to the next level.

EnCase Forensic 8.10 and EnCase Mobile Investigator 1.06
This release provides significant performance improvements of various EnCase workflows and tasks, saving forensic examiners valuable time. Updates have also been made to the Lucene indexing engine and search, for improving performance and reliability. Collection of Microsoft OST artifacts parsing has been included. User can now also parse and browse the Apple File System (APFS) snapshot to allow discovery of modified and deleted data. New help options have been added to improve the user experience. User can now access EnCase App Central with a click from within EnCase Forensic. Additionally, there have been several enhancements to the mobile acquisition and debug logging capabilities of EnCase Forensic.

EnCase Mobile Investigator 1.06 also adds new capabilities with focus on collection of artifacts, ease of use, and improved user experience. This release allows user to view the recent web search data from internet browsers such as Chrome and Firefox, in the Mobile Data Triage. User can also view parsed application data with additional applications such as Dolphin, Dolphin X, Firefox, and Opera Touch. Mobile Data Review report localization is now also available in French and Polish.


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Tableau Forensic Imager (TX1) 3.0
Continuing with the trend of customer driven enhancements, the Tableau TX1 3.0 includes new features to further improves investigation efficiency and user experience. All features of TX1’s touch-screen user interface (UI) are now available remotely through a web UI when connected by a modern web browser on a computer, tablet or smartphone. Investigators can now manage TX1 administration/operation and participate in an investigation from any computer within the same network domain as TX1.

For the first time in the forensic industry, users can now pause any running imaging job (E01, Ex01, DD, DMG) on TX1 and then resume it later, even across power-cycles, increasing efficiency by saving time in a variety of scenarios that previously required the job to be restarted.

Users can now also view image and text files of suspect media directly on the TX1, enabling them to quickly triage and determine the priority or relevance of that suspect media to the investigation.

TX1 now provides user with the ability to create, delete and manage multi-user profiles resulting in an improved user experience.

TX1 is a market leader in encrypted drive detection and now adds new drive types for detection. Additionally, there have been several other improvements for improved user experience.

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Digital Forensics News Round-Up, February 21 2024 #digitalforensics #dfir

Forensic Focus 21st February 2024 6:19 pm

Alan Platt, Professional Services Consultant at MSAB, discusses his experience as a former UK police officer working in digital forensics. He talks about the different levels of digital forensics capabilities within police forces and how MSAB products like XAMN and XEC Director are used by frontline officers versus lab analysts. 

The discussion covers how MSAB partners with law enforcement to develop custom workflows for mobile device acquisitions that facilitate ISO compliance. Alan explains MSAB's managed service offering, where approved MSAB staff can remotely access a customer's XEC Director server to assist with software updates and troubleshooting. He emphasizes the strict data segregation policies enforced by customers to prevent MSAB from accessing any sensitive case data.

Looking ahead, Alan mentions MSAB's new CEO and hints at some exciting developments coming down the pipeline. He spotlights recent enhancements to XEC Director's speed and database functionality for managing large estates of networked Kiosks. Alan also plugs the new XEC Director training he created to help users fully leverage the platform's capabilities.

00:00 – Introduction to Alan Platt
07:00 – Training
12:00 – Workflows
17:20 – Ensuring a secure environment
19:45 – Customer training
20:35 – Helping customers comply with ISO accreditation
25:00 – Validation and verification
27:30 – ISO standards
30:00 – MSAB’s pipeline plans
32:40 – XEC Director 
43:45 – Privacy of user data

Alan Platt, Professional Services Consultant at MSAB, discusses his experience as a former UK police officer working in digital forensics. He talks about the different levels of digital forensics capabilities within police forces and how MSAB products like XAMN and XEC Director are used by frontline officers versus lab analysts.

The discussion covers how MSAB partners with law enforcement to develop custom workflows for mobile device acquisitions that facilitate ISO compliance. Alan explains MSAB's managed service offering, where approved MSAB staff can remotely access a customer's XEC Director server to assist with software updates and troubleshooting. He emphasizes the strict data segregation policies enforced by customers to prevent MSAB from accessing any sensitive case data.

Looking ahead, Alan mentions MSAB's new CEO and hints at some exciting developments coming down the pipeline. He spotlights recent enhancements to XEC Director's speed and database functionality for managing large estates of networked Kiosks. Alan also plugs the new XEC Director training he created to help users fully leverage the platform's capabilities.

00:00 – Introduction to Alan Platt
07:00 – Training
12:00 – Workflows
17:20 – Ensuring a secure environment
19:45 – Customer training
20:35 – Helping customers comply with ISO accreditation
25:00 – Validation and verification
27:30 – ISO standards
30:00 – MSAB’s pipeline plans
32:40 – XEC Director
43:45 – Privacy of user data

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