Digital Debugging Capabilities at McCann E-Investigations Dallas Computer Forensics Division Expanded

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McCann E-Investigation’s (McCann EI) Dallas Computer Forensics division has seen a significant increase in demand for digital debugging services. To meet this demand, McCann E-Investigations Dallas Computer Forensics employs the industry’s highly regarded tools – QualysGuard and Nessus Vulnerability Scanner.

McCann E-Investigations (McCann EI), a Texas-based computer forensics and private investigative firm expands its computer forensics capabilities to meet the digital debugging demands of their clients in Dallas and the surrounding areas. “Our Dallas market continues to experience remarkable growth in computer forensics with high demand in digital debugging services,” said Dan Weiss, Partner at McCann E-Investigations.

Digital intruders commonly replace system programs with custom versions of those programs that perform malicious operations, such as monitoring keystrokes or providing remote access to the attacker. These types of malware are often difficult and time consuming to detect. To make this process as efficient as possible McCann EI utilizes two of the industry’s most respected tools, the QualysGuard and Nessus Vulnerability Scanners, as well as proprietary software to identify and remediate security threats. “The tools we use must be able to mitigate the ever changing threat landscape. The QualysGuard and the Nessus Vulnerability Scanner meet those criteria and allow us to provide the most thorough and complete digital debugging services,” continued Weiss.

The QualysGuard scanner is driven by the most comprehensive and most up-to-date knowledgebase of vulnerability checks in the industry vulnerability. QualysGuard delivers continuous protection against the latest worms and security threats. In performing over 150 million system audits per year, QualysGuard is the widest deployed security on demand solution in the world. The Nessus Vulnerability Scanner detects and identifies the most malicious types of malware, such as spyware and keyloggers which can capture and transmit confidential session data. The Nessus Scanner allows performs sophisticated remote scans and audits of Unix, Windows, and network infrastructures.

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About McCann EI: McCann EI's Texas-based digital forensics team provides a one stop solution for Electronically Stored Information (ESI) investigative needs. McCann EI's computer forensics, digital forensics, mobile forensics, and electronic discovery investigators serve law firms, private industry, and government with the same dedication and expertise that has had clients turning to McCann for over 25 years.

Regardless whether ESI is trapped in personal, corporate, mobile, or network drives, McCann EI's computer forensics team is experienced in electronic discovery and recovering digital files. McCann E-Investigators provide expert witness computer forensic testimony in courts across Texas. McCann EI services Companies, Law Firms, and Individuals Statewide. Call them toll-free at 800-713-7670 or their Local Offices Austin Computer Forensics: 512-377-6142 Houston Computer Forensics: 832-628-4904 Dallas Computer Forensics: 214-329-9059 Lubbock Computer Forensics: 806-589-0320 Lufkin Computer Forensics: 936-585-4070 Brownsville Computer Forensics: 956-465-0849

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