Altep Inc. Introduces Riskcovery 3.0

Enhanced Features of Riskcovery to Include Mobile Data Collection

Today, Altep, Inc. announced the release of Riskcovery® 3.0, which now includes mobile data ingestion capabilities. Riskcovery is a portable, concept-driven data analysis platform which can help an organization understand the conceptual content of the data and email it owns.

With Riskcovery 3.0, organizations can now include mobile communications such as email, chat, text messages, etc. in their investigations. Using advanced analytics, Riskcovery compares sample documents with ingested data to identify items with similar conceptual content and meaning. By design, Riskcovery helps alert corporate governance to possible compliance, ethics, and even procedural issues. It’s an effective means of auditing an organization’s document population for signs of a problem, so that proactive action may be taken to address the situation.

Altep’s Jason Amis Achieves EnCase Certification

Altep Inc., an innovator in e-Discovery, data forensics, and litigation support, announced that Jason Amis has achieved his EnCase Certification (EnCE). This program certifies professionals in the use of Guidance Software’s EnCase computer forensic software.

Amis has been with Altep for two years, and serves as a Data Forensic Examiner in the Data Forensics division. He is assigned to Altep’s Dallas, Texas office, and holds a Texas Private Investigator’s license.

“EnCE® certification has become the gold standard for digital investigators,” said Warren Kruse, Vice President of Data Forensics. “It shows you have the knowledge, and proves that you can execute a proper forensic examination. It is one of the most widely accepted qualifications, particularly with US and UK firms, and we couldn’t be prouder of Jason’s accomplishment.”

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