The FBI came to Susteen in 2005 with a need for cell phone forensics.
Irvine, Ca. (PRWEB) September 25, 2014
The US Border Patrol in New Orleans has renewed and upgraded their Secure View 3 mobile forensic software. Secure View is in the process of releasing major updates for 2015 including more support for physical deleted data and a brand new interface with advanced autodetection. Secure View has partnered with Elcomsoft to provide iPhone passcode breaking technology to Secure View customers as well as increased access to phone apps.
Along with the Border Patrol in New Orleans, many government agencies are in the process of acquiring updated Secure View cell phone forensic software. Secure View was the first major player in the cell phone forensic field. The FBI came to Susteen in 2005 with a need for cell phone forensics. The partnership brought forth the very first Secure View product and the capabilities have continued to grow. Secure View can retrieve texts, emails, calls, videos pictures and other files from cell phones, including geotags and both logical and physical data. This all comes as Susteen has made a big push for Secure View to be the most advanced cell phone forensic software on the market.
Recent new Secure View users include: Omaha Police Department, St. Louis County Police, Hamden (CT) Police, Apache County (AZ) Sheriff and hundreds more. They join a list of users that includes various RCFLs (regional computer forensic lab) across the country and major police and sheriff department's such as: Los Angeles Police Department, Orange County Sheriff, Miami-Dade Police and others.
Secure View is the mobile forensic software arm of Susteen, Inc. A California corporation whose products include DataPilot cellphone data transfer software and Mobile Genie, a data transfer solution for cell phone stores and retailers.