In this digital age, data is created, stored, and transferred at an amazing rate. While this is generally good, we are also seeing an increase in hack attacks, data theft, money laundering, and other forms of cyber crime. With digital forensics, the aim is to collect, analyze and report on digital data to prevent cyber crime and strengthen cyber security for a wide array of industries, including but not limited to government, healthcare, manufacturing, financial services, and transportation.
Cybersecurity is the protection of computer systems and any internet-connected systems from these cyber attacks. In the digital world, there isn't the traditional crime scene where physical evidence can be collected. Instead, crime scenes span across servers, networks, and applications throughout many different locations in the world. In addition to this, systems only provide partial evidence as they do not tell us exactly what information was being exchanged.
To combat this, our computers focus not on the servers, networks, and applications. Instead, by deploying our portable systems at strategic points in the network infrastructure, they focus on the actual information being exchanged across the networks. Our systems are high-performance 20G/40G network capture platforms capable of painting the full picture of what had happened digitally in the past.
|CPU||Latest Intel® Xeon, Intel® Core, or AMD Ryzen™ 7||Latest Intel® Xeon, Intel® Core, or AMD Ryzen™ 7|
|Dimensions||Height: 14.68" (373mm)
Width: 17.15" (435.6mm)
Depth: 7.00" (177.8mm)
|Height: 10" (254mm)
Width: 15" (381mm)
Depth: 7" (178mm)
|Memory||Up to 1TB DDR4 RAM||Up to 768GB DDR4 RAM|
|Storage||16x Removable Storage Drives - Up to 80TB||8x Removable Storage Drives - Up to 60TB|
|Weight||~32 lbs (14.5kg)||~16.5 lbs (7.5kg)|