Guardian Digital Forensics seeking investment capital for new product launch

Guardian Digital Forensics is a privately held corporation headquartered in Raleigh, NC. Principals announced today that the company is ready to launch a series of products into the network forensics, content management and e-discovery retention and production markets…Larry Daniel, one of the principals at Guardian Digital Forensics, said today, “This is an exciting product that has amazing features. With the ability to perform multiple roles in the enterprise, our new Watchman series of network appliances can be scaled from the SOHO to the Enterprise. Providing data retention, real time and offline data reconstruction, no other product offers the range of features that the Watchman brings to the market. With forensic applications, the product is a dream come true for law enforcement agencies doing online investigations into internet predators. It completely automatics the data collection for on-line sessions including reconstruction of chat programs, file transfers, video, and on-line games.

With the ability to capture and re-call both server and web based email, FTP and Telnet sessions, web pages, skype chats, and a host of other programs, the Watcher series provides a cost effective way to retain data for future ligitation and production, automatically.

The Watchman can produce data based on keywords, user, and by association. With an easy to use interface, the product requires almost no training for the end user, making it an invaluable tool for internal investigations by human resources, IT and network security personnel.

While the product is an enterprise product, the good news is that it is affordable enough to be deployed in small and mid-sized applications to provide the same level of content management and data retention that is normally only cost effective for large firms.

The product has the ability to deny access to web pages based on keywords, and P2P and chat and other programs by protocol, with email alerts to supervisors in the case of attempted access to restricted web content an programs.


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The Watchman is a gateway product, requiring no agents or software to be installed on any computers in the network.

We are actively seeking investment partners to assist in the launch of this product line in the North American market.

Investors interested in learning more can contact us for a copy of our business plan. Principals only please.”

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12:00 – Workflows
17:20 – Ensuring a secure environment
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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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