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Tuesday, Feb. 23, 2016
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Paraben Announces Partnership with Wild PCS for Mobile Forensics Training
Investigators to Learn Advanced Tactics for Using Paraben’s JTAG Mobile Forensics Tool, Allowing File Recovery from Android, HTC, and Other Smartphones
ASHBURN, Va. — Paraben Corporation is pleased to announce that the company has partnered with Wild PCS Mobile Forensics to provide advanced training to investigators and technicians on the usage of Paraben’s advanced JTAG Analysis Tool.
JTAG is a sophisticated digital forensic tool designed to examine a rich variety of data extracted from mobile devices, including Andriod, HTC Desire, Nokia Lumia, and LG G Watch devices.
“We are constantly finding ways to keep our customers at the forefront of mobile forensics, and our partnership with Wild PCS will enable Paraben to ensure that our end users have the knowledge and tools necessary to be successful,” said Amber Schroader, CEO of Paraben Corporation. “These training courses represent another chapter in Paraben’s history of offering cutting edge tools and training to mobile forensics professionals.”
The JTAG Forensic Essentials course will be offered from February through September at a variety of locations in Georgia, Virginia, and California. For more information, and to register, visit training.paraben.com.
Wild PCS Mobile Forensics is a premier provider of mobile device and JTAG forensics training. The company’s level three master certified repair technicians will take trainees by the hand and train them in the right way to repair mobile devices to get them ready for JTAG and then how to find and solder the JTAG connections to make a forensic data dump.
The courses also guide participants through essential forensic techniques and core knowledge needed to successfully conduct forensic analysis of mobile devices.
“We could not be more excited to be partnering with Paraben to bring JTAG Forensic Essentials to the forensic community,” said Michael Harrington, Director of Forensic Training for Wild PCS Mobile Forensics. “This is going to be a fantastic course and with the affordability and power of Paraben’s JTAG Tool. Students are going to get rock solid skills and a tool to immediately do effective JTAG forensic cases”
Key features of JTAG 1.0 include recovery of deleted data in FAT file system evidence, sorting files by categories, the ability to extract text from graphic files, scanning executable files for the signs of malware, multi-parameter searches including searches by text expressions, analysis of graphic files for illicit content, exporting files and folders to the defined location, known file processing via hash databases to eliminate them from search, and generating various types of reports.
About Paraben Corporation:
Paraben Corporation is an investigative technology company. As a U.S. owned company, Paraben was founded in 1999 and quickly established itself as a leader in specialized computer forensic software. Paraben’s line of computer forensic tools for PDA, email analysis, and other computer-related investigations led to the release of the first commercial tool for performing cell phone forensics in 2004. Paraben continues to innovate as a leader in mobile forensics and digital forensics technology.
Paraben has its corporate headquarters in Ashburn, Va., with a satellite office in Utah. Paraben offers training classes at locations throughout the United States, the United Kingdom, Europe and Australia. Paraben provides effective results and innovative investigative technology.