Susteen truly supports local mom and pop cell phone stores. I am ecstatic to offer this small business subsidy to stores in need of software that will allow their customers to easily and effectively transfer data from their old phone, to their new one
Irvine, CA (PRWEB) September 08, 2014
Susteen's Secure View http://www.secureview.us cell phone forensic software continues to be utilized in record numbers as an additional 44 law enforcement agencies purchased the product in the month of August. Secure View 3 is on pace to almost double the amount of new agencies that purchased the product in 2013. In 2014, Secure View mobile forensic software supported hundreds of new phones and tablets including the newest Samsung Galaxy and iPhone. As part of an increased effort to meet the demand of US law enforcement agencies, engineers at Susteen have been working on supporting "burner" and "throw away" phones made popular by gangs and drug dealers. These phones are cheap and carry very little information; however, Susteen has been implementing new ways of pulling data off of these phones.
Still in store for late 2014, are two new advanced add-on modules that will be available free to current subscribers. The add-ons will feature an early detection system, running newly acquired data against all old cases for increased results. A new connect feature will allow users to connect directly to Susteen's mainframe for advanced help. In early 2015, Susteen plans to launch Secure View 4 with a new interface and increased support. Current users of Secure View 3 will be able to upgrade to Secure View 4 at no additional cost as part of their yearly maintenance and renewal.
Susteen is continuing its partnership with Elcomsoft, http://www.elcomsoft.com allowing users to easily acquire advanced iPhone and iCloud password acquisition. Secure View easily integrates the Elcomsoft Forensic Toolkit and EPPB, increasing the capabilities of Secure View users.
Susteen announces the Next-Generation Mobile Genie cell phone transfer software for retail customers. http://www.mobilegenie.net Mobile Genie is currently in use at over 900 locations nationwide and continues to grow. With the newest version of Mobile Genie, cell phone stores will be able to transfer customer’s data directly to a Dropbox account. The newest version of the software gives added support for Windows 8 devices including Samsung, Nokia and Windows phones. Along with Windows 8 phones, support has been added for BB10 Blackberry phones. To launch the new product, Susteen is offering a Small Business Subsidy http://www.mobilegenie.net/pricing.php for up to 375 business’ to acquire the new Next-Generation Mobile Genie Software at a steeply discounted rate. Jeremy Kirby, director of sales for Susteen explains “Susteen truly supports local mom and pop cell phone stores. These independent stores are the backbone of an industry that reaches us all. I am ecstatic to offer this small business subsidy to stores in need of software that will allow their customers to easily and effectively transfer data from their old phone, to their new one.”
Industry Outings: Susteen attended the latest High Tech Crimes conference in Austin Texas http://www.htciaconference.org and showcased their advanced cell phone forensic software. Coming up for Susteen, is an appearance at the International Association of Chiefs of Police conference http://www.theiacp.org in Orlando Florida. Susteen will be showcasing the new Secure View 4 cell phone forensic software with increased physical deleted data capabilities and Elcomsoft iPhone/iPad forensic toolkit. Susteen CEO, Hiroyuki Maruyama will be attending the CTIA convention in Las Vegas in early September.
Forensic Education Subsidy: Susteen has partnered with several large universities and colleges across the country to offer hands-on examples of Secure View forensic software to their students. This Education Subsidy is being expanded to allow 32 additional colleges the opportunity to acquire Secure View for their students. http://secureview.us/higher-education/ Criminal Justice and Computer Science programs are a perfect fit for the Secure View mobile forensic software.