e-fense, Inc Announces Corporate Network Security Solution Built Upon Helix3

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…”William Coffield of Coffield Law Firm is familiar with the product, “Litigations against corporations are increasing as are the exorbitant fines if all the required data is not provided. Clients will quickly discover the advantages of having the proper tools in place before a lawsuit is brought before them.”

Company executives also announced a new approach to provide support for its globally renowned law enforcement tool called Helix3. This product has been downloaded more than 600,000 times. e-fense recently released a new membership forum. For under $180, members will have access to the very popular Helix3 Live CD, support from Helix3 experts, and informational whitepapers and webinars from industry experts. Helix3 is used by law enforcement and computer forensic experts around the world.

Drew Fahey founder and CTO of e-fense said, “Helix3 has become one of the predominant softwares used by law enforcement worldwide for five years. We recognize that our responsibility is to continue to develop and provide the computer forensic and incident response tools necessary in law enforcement. A membership forum will allow us to sustain committed resources to the continual development of the Helix3 software.”

E-Fense Corporation is headquartered in Denver with offices in San Antonio, Alexandria and Bristol, England. E-Fense was founded in 2001 by a team of computer forensic, incident response and counter intelligence experts. Product lines include Helix3, Helix3 Enterprise and Aperio (worldwide patents pending).

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