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EnCase from OpenText wins top forensic solution gong for 10th year

OpenText has won the top SC Magazine forensic solution award for OpenText EnCase for 10 years in a row.

EnCase’s gong was announced at RSA 2020 in late February. SC Magazine compares the best solutions, services and professionals in the IT security world in its awards programme every year.

Muhi Majzoub, chief product officer at OpenText, explained: “Investigators must cover all devices and operating systems, reach all data and work discreetly and globally, while ensuring a fast, efficient, repeatable and forensically sound investigative process.”

OpenText built EnCase with the needs of investigators in mind – supporting them in their quest to find evidence and close cases – and believes that no other solution offers the same level of forensic capabilities and flexibility.

EnCase forensic solutions are trusted by law enforcement and corporate investigators worldwide, supporting their professional requirements at every stage of an investigation, from evidence gathering to final reporting.

There’s more information on digital forensic solutions from OpenText here.

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