Guidance Software’s Tableau T35u Wins Award for 2014 Computer Forensic Hardware Tool of the Year

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A Tableau device has won the Best Computer Forensic Hardware Tool award each year since the advent of the Forensic 4:cast Awards in 2009.“Our Tableau team at Guidance Software maintains a relentless focus on developing forensic hardware devices that speed and simplify the important work done by forensic investigators around the world,” said Jim Borecki, Vice President, Guidance Software Forensic Business Unit. “We are proud and honored to receive this Forensic 4:cast Award, and will continue to devote our product development to delivering what the forensic community needs most.”The Tableau T35u is an IDE/SATA bridge that supports write-blocked, forensic acquisitions of both SATA and IDE storage devices through a swift USB 3.0 host connection. It offers forensic examiners the ease of use, reliability, and imaging speed necessary to image today’s larger and faster hard-disk drives, whether in the field or in the lab.About the Forensic 4:cast AwardsSince 2009, the forensic community has nominated and chosen influential forensic products, people, and events for recognition in the Forensic 4:cast Awards. Led by Lee Whitfield, the founder of the popular Forensic 4:cast podcast, the awards begin each year with nominations made in January and voting taking place in April and May. A complete listing of this year’s winners can be found here.About Guidance Software, Inc.Guidance Software is recognized worldwide as the industry leader in endpoint investigation solutions for security incident response and forensic analysis. Its EnCase® Enterprise platform, deployed on an estimated 20 million endpoints, is used by more than 65 percent of the Fortune 100 and more than 40 percent of the Fortune 500, and numerous government agencies, to conduct digital investigations of servers, laptops, desktops and mobile devices. Built on the EnCase Enterprise platform are market-leading cybersecurity and electronic discovery solutions, EnCase® Cybersecurity, EnCase® Analytics, and EnCase® eDiscovery. They empower organizations to conduct speedy and thorough security incident response, reveal previously hidden advanced persistent threats or malicious insider activity, perform sensitive data discovery for compliance purposes, and respond to litigation discovery requests. For more information about Guidance Software, visit Tableau ProductsTableau products are designed and manufactured to meet the needs of the digital forensics community. The product line includes duplicators, forensic bridges, hardware accelerators, software, and peripheral devices. The Tableau team at Guidance Software designs, tests, and packages its products in-house, giving them direct control over product features, workmanship, and quality.EnCase®, EnScript®, FastBloc®, EnCE®, EnCEP®, Guidance Softwareâ„¢ and Tableauâ„¢ are registered trademarks or trademarks owned by Guidance Software in the United States and other jurisdictions and may not be used without prior written permission. All other trademarks and copyrights referenced in this press release are the property of their respective owners. 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Syracuse looks for improved pitching after struggling on mound last season

first_imgIn 2013, pitching was a glaring weakness for Syracuse.But that’s no longer the case, as the Orange’s pitching staff has potential to carry the team this year. With the return of junior Lindsay Taylor and the addition of freshmen Christina Clermont and Jordyn White, head coach Leigh Ross has several arms she can trust.“We have depth on the mound and coming off last year when we were thin, that’s really nice,” Ross said. “We have three No. 1s and can throw different kids depending on the strengths of the opponent.”The Orange will need all the help it can get on the mound, as its move to the Atlantic Coast Conference will result in much tougher competition day in and day out.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textSyracuse won’t take long to test its pitching against ranked opponents, as Syracuse takes on No. 22 South Alabama twice this weekend, and will also face No. 25 Alabama-Birmingham. Both games are part of the Mardi Gras Invitational in Mobile, Ala.“I think it’s really big to prove to everyone that we’re the same as one of those big name teams,” senior first baseman Jasmine Watson said. “In the past, we haven’t made it very far, but it’s really important to prove that we’re coming out and winning.”The Orange will need pitching to do so.With more flexibility on the hill, Ross isn’t pressed to force one pitcher to go an entire game if she doesn’t need to.Having four games in the first two days of the season, the Orange will want to use more than one arm. With that said, there likely won’t be any drop-off in production from starters to relievers.“We can change things up in the middle of the game and still be strong,” Ross said. “That will keep us in every game.”It’s a luxury the Orange wasn’t afforded with last year. Its two primary pitchers, graduated Stacy Kuwik and Taylor, amassed a combined 304 innings compared to the 40.2 innings pitched by the other three pitchers on the roster.Not only is this year’s staff a deeper unit, but it has also demonstrated great cohesiveness throughout the preseason.“We have great chemistry, and we all work really well together,” Clermont said. “If we need a pitcher to open or close, we don’t have a problem, so that’s really important especially as a pitching staff.”Clermont will be thrust into a significant role as a freshman, and Ross said to expect her to see significant innings as a starter.Watson mentioned how it will be the responsibility of her and the other upperclassmen to make sure that the freshmen playing big roles are prepared mentally and emotionally.“Our weakness is that we have a lot of young girls, so it’s going to be a little tough to keep their mindset focused,” Watson said. “It’s a different environment, but the biggest thing is for the upperclassmen to keep them focused on our end goal.”The journey to that end goal starts Friday, and the team’s biggest strength is ready to try and be the catalyst of a Syracuse softball success story.Said Ross: “We have pitching.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on February 6, 2014 at 12:50 am Contact Matt: [email protected] | @matt_schneidmanlast_img read more

Clippers beat Lakers in a runaway

first_imgBlake Griffin continued his run of excellence with 33 points and 12 rebounds, all in the first three quarters, and Redick came back after a 21-game absence to score 19 points, including 10 in the first quarter when he hit 5 of 6 shots.“That was fun,” Redick said. “I was obviously out a long time, so the worry was that it would take a little bit of time to get a rhythm. To get a rhythm in the first four minutes was surprising but very nice.”Frustration clearly is setting in on the undermanned Lakers (14-23), who have only one win in their last 11 games.“Obviously we’ve been losing a lot, 10 out of 11,” said guard Jodie Meeks, who made only 2 of 10 shots. “Nobody likes to lose, especially getting embarrassed. The way we are losing is embarrassing.”The Clippers played with a sense of urgency. Redick was back to his old tricks of running around picks until he was wide open, and Griffin was an all-around force. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error They already appeared beaten by halftime Friday night, and then Lakers scored only eight points in the third quarter.The Clippers weren’t going to let this opponent back in the game and made that emphatically clear from the outset.The Clippers, sparked by the return of J.J. Redick and the memory of an opening-night loss, raced to a 123-87 win at Staples Center. No matter what the final score might have been, it wasn’t close.The biggest winning margin the Clippers (26-13) previously had over the Lakers was 31 points on Feb. 19, 1992.center_img “It was huge. You saw the first four minutes or whatever that was,” Griffin said of Redick’s return. “He was just knocking down shots, putting pressure on them and he’s constantly moving. Even if he’s not hitting shots, it’s the movement. You always have to be aware of where he is so he opens up a lot of things for the rest of us.”Guard Darren Collison added 20 points, seven assists and five rebounds as the injured Chris Paul shouted instructions from the bench.“Darren had great command of the game on both sides of the ball,” Redick said. “The pressure he was putting on their defense, especially in the first half, make or miss, just attacking, pushing the ball up, opened up a lot of things for us.”On the visitors’ bench, Kobe Bryant could be seen with his hand over his face.What could Lakers coach Mike D’Antoni say to his team?“Hang your head — er, I mean keep your head up,” he offered.Clippers center DeAndre Jordan never let Pau Gasol get rolling. Jordan blocked three of Gasol’s shots and finished with seven blocks to go with 13 points and 10 rebounds.“You’re not going to be able to take everything away from a guy,” Jordan said. “This is the NBA. Guys are talented. It’s hard to stop a guy one-on-one in this league, especially a very skilled offensive player.“But if our defense is the way it is, I’ve just got to do my job.”Gasol made only 5 of 15 shots, scored 10 points and had eight rebounds. Wesley Johnson had 14 points for the Lakers and guard Kendall Marshall, forced to play to the end, had 16 points and 10 assists.The Lakers shot only 34.5 percent, turned the ball over 21 times and couldn’t beat the Clippers to loose balls.Nick Young, averaging 16.4 points entering the game, made only 3 of 14 shots and finished with 11 points. But he conceded nothing.“They always play good at this time of year,” said Young, the one-time Clipper. “Let’s see how it goes in the postseason.”While they wait for Bryant’s fractured leg to heal, the Lakers and their fans might be wondering what the priority is — play for the playoffs or a higher draft pick.“The best-case scenario is if we come out competing, get some bodies back, get some better results,” Gasol said. “Whatever that is at the end of the season with the record we finish with, we should be OK with it as far as us giving everything we had.“If that means making the playoffs that would be great. But it will be tough given the position we’ve put ourselves into right now.”If the Clippers had anything they could quibble about, it’s the starters scored 90 of their 101 points through three quarters. But that’s something they’ll work on with Redick back and Jamal Crawford assuming his spot as a scorer off the bench.Crawford had 11 points, but the Clippers’ bench had only 22, although that was 10 points more than the reserves scored against Boston on Wednesday.last_img read more