Announcing OpenText Security Release 16 EP7

In today’s resource-scare security environment, securing the modern enterprise requires doing more with less. That’s why security features are baked into every single OpenText product and process. We know that making enterprise security issues more manageable while improving business processes and user experiences is crucial. Our security workflow does just that and includes endpoint detection and response products with our award-winning digital forensic software and hardware to minimize the risk of intrusion.

As part of Release 16 EP7, we’ve delivered innovations to the OpenText Security suite to help keep your organization secure.

EnCase Endpoint Security 6.07

Be it through advanced threat detection, continuous monitoring of endpoints, or threat intelligence insight OpenText™ EnCase™ Endpoint Security 6.07 makes the task of identifying threats less challenging. The Agent Coverage Report also tracks where the EnCase agent is/is not deployed. EnCase Endpoint Security 6.07 adds valuable context to each view by providing increased IP reputation and an improved user interface as well as proactive/dynamic analysis capabilities of unknown threats for zero-day protection.

EnCase Forensic 8.10

OpenText™ EnCase™ Forensic 8.10 focuses on speed & efficiency via updates to parsing speed of MFT files on an NTFS file system, access to updated (OST) artifacts, an updated Lucene indexing and search technology and support for Apple File System (APFS) Snapshots which can be parsed, browsed, or filtered via queries and conditions to filter the differential data down.

Tableau Forensic Images 3.0

OpenText™ Tableau Forensic Images (TX1) 3.0 is first to market with its pause and resume feature that lets an examiner pause any running imaging job (E01, Ex01, DD, DMG) on TX1 and then resume it later, even across power-cycles. This increases efficiency by saving time in a variety of scenarios that previously required the job to be restarted. Continuing with the trend of customer-driven enhancements, the Tableau TX1 3.0 includes new features to further improve investigation efficiency and user experience. All features of TX1’s touch-screen user interface (UI) are now available remotely through a web UI when connected by a modern web browser on a computer, tablet or smartphone. Investigators can now manage TX1 administration/operation and participate in an investigation from any computer within the same network domain as TX1. Supported web browsers include Chrome, Firefox, Microsoft Edge, Safari for desktop, Firefox for Android, Chrome for Android, Safari for iOS and Opera.

Learn more about OpenText Security 16 by visiting our website.

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Hope Swancy-Haslam

Hope Swancy-Haslam, CSPO, CEDS is the senior director of product marketing for OpenText’s Security & Forensics business unit and is responsible for the oversight/management of product marketing for the OT EnCase and Tableau product lines. Prior to joining OpenText, Hope was Vice-President at Stroz Friedberg and supervised the eDiscovery service line’s product management efforts. Throughout her career, Ms. Swancy-Haslam has enjoyed staying on top of technology trends for the legal, IT and governance communities and particularly the products and services in the eDiscovery, analytics, and security/forensics realms. She has created many advisory pieces, panels, and presentations on best-practices and enjoys staying sharp on these topics through her work with these professional communities. Ms. Swancy-Haslam received her B.A. from Baylor University and her law degree from Mississippi College. She is a member of the Sedona Conference, Working Groups 1 & 6, Duke’s TAR and EDRM Groups, and has been a General Advocate of The Texas General Counsel Forum, since 2000.

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