JADsoftware announces new IEF Triage product

JADsoftware Inc. has announced IEF Triage, a new edition to its computer forensics solution, Internet Evidence Finder (IEF). IEF can search for evidence within a number of applications including: social networking, IM chats, webmail, browsers, and p2p artifacts. IEF Triage Edition is a USB dongle based solution and will be available on Jan 30th thru www.jadsoftware.com and its authorized partners. The pricing for IEF Triage Edition is $1299 (USD). Free trials will be available on January 30th at www.jadsoftware.com/trialForensic examiners, IT security professionals, litigation support personnel, incident response teams, cyber security specialists and corporate investigators, use IEF as an invaluable tool to aid in their investigative work.

“Investigators are faced with increasing amounts of digital data to analyze and frequently are dealing with large case backlogs,” said Adam Belsher, CEO of JADsoftware Inc. “With IEF Triage Edition we have provided the capability for quick “on-scene” searches saving precious time and giving investigators immediate leads for further investigation.”

IEF Triage helps to quickly find digital evidence in the field
• Provides all the capabilities and power of IEF Standard Edition v5 plus even more
• 16GB USB dongle allows search results to be saved directly on the dongle
• The ability to recover immediate evidence in minutes with on- scene “quick search”
• Automatically checks for disk encryption including Truecrypt, PGP, Bitlocker encrypted disks and Safeboot.
• Built-in live RAM capture capability without having to use 3rd party tools

Pricing & Availability

IEF Triage Edition is a USB dongle based solution and will be available on Jan 30th thru www.jadsoftware.com and its authorized partners. The pricing for IEF Triage Edition is $1299 (USD).
Free trials will be available on January 30th at www.jadsoftware.com/trial


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About JADsoftware

Founded in 2009, JADsoftware Inc. is a computer forensics software company focused on developing products that aid in the recovery of data left behind on hard drives, files and in live memory. JADsoftware products are trusted by thousands of law enforcement agencies, government departments, and corporations in over 90 countries.

Internet Evidence Finder (IEF), our flagship product, is designed to help users in a range of fields conduct thorough, effective computer investigations while preserving the forensic integrity of the data. IEF has become an indispensable tool for forensic examiners, security managers, and forensic accountants as they investigate cybercrime, fraud, employee misconduct, security breaches, intellectual property abuse/theft, regulatory compliance, disaster recovery and more.

IEF can recover data left behind within social networking artifacts, instant messaging chat applications, popular webmail application, web browsing history, and peer-to-peer file sharing applications.

• For more information please visit www.jadsoftware.com
• For media inquiries please contact media@jadsoftware.com or 519-342-0195.

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