Recovering Cloud-Based Evidence with Internet Evidence Finder

Internet Evidence Finder (IEF) from JADsoftware now supports the recovery of evidence from Cloud services. IEF v5.5 supports the recovery of cloud-based evidence from computer hard drives and live memory. Initial support includes popular cloud storage services Dropbox, Google Docs, Google Drive, Skydrive, and Flickr. Additional cloud storage services will be supported throughout the summer.

“Cloud storage usage has exploded as people want to share & access their files wherever they are around the world. The positive news for investigators is that there is a wealth of evidence left behind on a hard drive and in RAM when using these cloud services. We are pleased to be the first in the industry to offer comprehensive support for the forensic recovery of cloud-based artifacts,” says Adam Belsher, CEO of JADsoftware.Evidence recovered by IEF varies by cloud service, but can include file names, usernames, user ID, dates, times, and file sizes.

JADsoftware will be demonstrating their cloud capabilities of Internet Evidence Finder (IEF) at The Computer Enterprise and Investigations Conference (CEIC), a leading conference for e-Discovery, Cyber Response and Digital Investigations hosted by Guidance Software, May 21-24 in Las Vegas, NV.

Pricing/Availability:

IEF v5.5, which includes the new cloud capabilities, will be generally available on June 25, 2012 for the existing IEF price of $999 USD. FREE trials will be available from www.jadsoftware.com at that time. Existing IEF customers with software maintenance and support contracts can upgrade to IEF v5.5 for free by visiting the customer portal at www.jadsoftware.com/customer-portal on June 25th. Customers without an SMS contract can contact sales@jadsoftware.com or 519-342-0195 for upgrade pricing.


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About JADsoftware Inc.

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 over 1500 organizations including law enforcement, government, and corporations in over 92 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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