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HBGary Introduces Responder LE

Responder LE includes HBGary’s Responder Field Edition

Hershey, PA, Sept 17, 2012 – In a significant step to advance law enforcement’s critical digital investigations, today HBGary, the leader in securing enterprises against advanced, stealth cyberthreats, introduced Responder™ LE at the 2012 HTCIA International Conference & Training Expo at the Hershey Lodge in Hershey, Pennsylvania. A Platinum sponsor for HTCIA’s annual conference, HBGary is exhibiting at Booth #410. The conference runs from September 16th to 19th, 2012.

Responder™ LE includes HBGary’s Responder™ Field Edition, the defacto standard in Windows® physical memory analysis technology, an annual subscription to HBGary’s patent-pending behavior-based, malware detection solution Digital DNA™, and HBGary’s memory acquisition tool, FDPro™.

HBGary developed Responder™ LE because law enforcement agency budgets have been severely cut due to the economic recession. To help law enforcement agencies in their efforts to catch cybercriminals, HBGary is providing Responder™ LE to law enforcement officers only at a significantly discounted price of $2995.00. Other products that offer similar benefits can typically run over $10,000. You must have a badge to participate in the Responder™ LE program.

“Without the critical evidence that only memory forensics can provide, only half of the story can be told in a digital investigation.” said Joe Riggins, Senior Director of Incident Response for HBGary. “With the ease of use and repeatable processes Responder™ LE provides to analyze physical memory, it is now realistic for every digital forensics lab to undergo this once thought insurmountable task. Responder™ LE should be part of every law enforcement’s digital investigator’s arsenal.”

2012 HTCIA International Conference & Training Expo is the premier event for those in law enforcement or private industry who investigate high technology crime.

Mr. Riggins brings over seven years of military and law enforcement experience as well as over 15 years of experience investigating corporate incidents and securing enterprise infrastructures. He will be teaching Memory Analysis hands-on laboratory sessions featuring HBGary Responder™ during all three days of the conference. A free copy of HBGary Responder™ Professional, the ultimate in Windows™ physical memory and automated malware analysis all integrated into one application for ease of use, streamlined workflow, and rapid results, will be given away to one selected participant during each of the three labs.

In addition, HBGary will provide every HTCIA conference attendee with a free copy of Responder™ Field Edition, a complete Windows® Memory™ Investigation Suite. A must-have tool for all computer forensics investigators, law enforcement and information security professionals, Responder™ FE provides the most thorough and comprehensive memory analysis capability in the industry.

Price & Availability

Responder™ LE is available now for $2995.00. Using their free copy of Responder™ Field Edition, HTCIA law enforcement attendees can upgrade to Responder™ LE for a special discounted price of $1500. For more information, please contact sales@hbgary.com.

About HBGary

HBGary was founded in 2003 to develop products to counter APT and other unknown cyberthreats. HBGary has in-depth expertise in advanced malware, rootkits, zero-day exploits, and targeted threats. Customers include Fortune 500 corporations, DOD and other U.S. government agencies. HBGary is located in Sacramento, Calif. with offices in the Washington D.C. area. For information, please visit http://www.hbgary.com.

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