WiebeTech, Digital Reconnaissance and Voom Partner on Recon Series Forensic Kits

WiebeTech, a brand of CRU-DataPort™, has partnered with Voom Technologies™ and Digital Reconnaissance, Inc.™, a premier solutions provider for the digital forensics and legal discovery industries, to introduce the Recon Series™ computer forensics field kits at the Techno Forensics and Digital Investigations conference today in Gaithersburg, MD. David Biessener, CEO of Voom Technologies, stated, “Digital Reconnaissance has integrated, in a truly unparalleled way, computer forensic investigative technology that will redefine the market…”The Recon™ Field Kit Series is a unique collaboration of CRU’s WiebeTech branded write- blocked drive access products combined with Voom Technologies high-speed portable forensic hard drive duplicators, offering forensic investigators a single and portable solution. The series includes Recon Lite™, Recon Master™, Recon Elite I™ and Recon Elite II™, each configured to meet a variety of forensic needs using write blockers and imagers at a price advantage not previously seen in the market.

Recon Lite™, the first kit to be released in this series, contains VoomTech’s HardCopy 3 (HC3) Imager featuring unprecedented speed and performance, dual output ports and user selectable MD5 or SHA256 hashing, WiebeTech’s Forensic UltraDock™, USB WriteBlocker™ and six DriveDock™ adapters, all securely packed in a rugged Pelican™ case. This integrated solution enables investigators to access a wide variety of media in a forensically sound manner, including 3.5″, 2.5″ and 1.8″ IDE, PATA and SATA hard drives, ZIF drives, MicroDrives, CompactFlash (CF), Memory Sticks, SD cards, MMC cards PC Cards (PCMCIA), and Disk on Module (DOM) drives.

Over the next two weeks, Digital Reconnaissance will launch the complete Recon Series with distinctive configurations targeted to fulfill the varied and extensive requirements of digital forensics experts, providing an unrivaled tactical advantage in the field. Digital Reconnaissance President, Daniel D. Gimenez, noted, “We are proud to be the exclusive provider of this superior, best-of-breed product.”

The Recon Series™ computer forensics field kits are powered by Wiebetech and Voom Technologies and available exclusively at www.digitalreconnaissance.com

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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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