Tuesday, January 5, 2010

Wow, long time no posts!

I have been swamped the last couple of months and have really fallen down on my posting.  The good news is that it is letting up now and I can get back to scouring the 'net for news and worthy topics.

One of the things that has kept me so busy the last couple of months is the launch of our new network forensics product line, NetSentry.

We will be introducing NetSentry at the DOD Cybercrime conference later this month.  I will also be speaking at the conference on Thursday of that week on the topic, "Challening the Law Enforcement Examiner, What a Defense Expert Sees."

I am very excited about launching NetSentry.  It is an easy to use packet capturing and reconstruction product that features the ability to capture and reconstruct in near real time as well as playback of standard PCAP files.

With the ability to reconstruct 25 protocols, alert on sensitive file movement, and reconstruction of any type of attachment or file, NetSentry is a product I feel will revolutionize internet predator investigations, end point security for data loss protection and CALEA compliance.

Network packet forensics is just now entering the phase where it is usable by non-technical  investigators.  NetSentry was designed to be a tool not only for network data movement visibility, but for everyday use by investigators and network security people.  With an interface that is easy to use and navigate, non-technical managers can benefit from the product as well.

With the ability to tag sensitive files, NetSentry can alert you when anyone attempts to send those files out of the network.

If you happen to be at the DOD conference stop by our booth and say hello.  You just might win a free copy of Drive Prophet while you are there.

Cheers and happy new year to everyone.

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