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At the Computer and Enterprise Investigations Conference in Orlando, Fla., a number of vendors in computer forensics, cybersecurity, and e-discovery released new products, which make CEIC an annual e
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Guidance Software, a computer forensics, security, and e-discovery software maker, upgraded EnCase Forensic to make it easier to collect, analyze, and report on data in civil litigation, criminal tri
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