The EDAS FOX family of forensic computers, touted as the “absolute best value for the processing power in the forensic market”, was designed to bring the most powerful forensic platform to all professional forensic investigators. With multiple system configurations featuring the Intel Dual Hexa-Core Westmere processor, 16 to 24 GB DDR3 RAM, the Tableau T3458is Forensic Bridge, a 15-in-1 Forensic Read-Only Multi-Media Card Reader, highly customizable storage options including RAID support, and a 1250W high performance PSU, all starting at less than $6,000.00 it’s easy to see how the EDAS FOX family of forensic computers is a highly powerful, cost effective forensic computer solution.
Stephen Pearson, managing partner of High Tech Crime Institute, combines more than 29 years of law-enforcement experience with in-depth expertise in today’s most pervasive Internet and computer technologies. During his tenure in both federal and civilian law-enforcement agencies, Stephen has had the opportunity to see all facets of Computer Crime Investigations. Most recently, Mr. Pearson has been directly involved in the development and implementation of Computer Crime and Forensics training for our Armed Forces in Iraq and Afghanistan.
The Military Police Regimental Association Benevolent Fund is dedicated to providing financial relief to members and retirees of the Military Police Corps Regiment and Soldiers or civilians working in support of the Military Police Corps Regiment in times of need. Established in 2007, the MPRA is proud to have distributed over $40,000 in financial relief to date.
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As a global leader in the field of Computer Crime Investigation and Computer Forensics, HTCI is uniquely qualified to provide expert instruction, proactive security management and computer forensic platforms to both the private and public sectors.