Archive for May 6th, 2010

Back from Infosec

Thursday, May 6th, 2010

 

It was the third time we participated in Infosecurity Europe. The whole affair was in jeopardy due to volcanic ash paralyzing all major European airports but we did it. And everything went smoothly as planned.

We presented several latest developments at Infosecurity. First, two of our products, Elcomsoft Wireless Security Auditor and Elcomsoft iPhone Password Breaker, now support Tableau TACC1441.  These hardware accelerators are widely used in digital forensics to recover passwords and gather evidence from encrypted files. They consume considerably less power than GPUs and can be easily plugged and unplugged.

Second, the sales of Elcomsoft iPhone Password Breaker have started. The product is already quite popular and now it is finally out of beta. We expect it to gain even more popularity as it now supports Tableau as well as NVIDIA CUDA and ATI Stream acceleration technologies.

Quite often people ask us why we go to exhibitions and what benefits we see in such events. I’m not going to put any marketing or brand-awareness considerations into this post, although the visibility at major events is always a grand factor. For us as a company, the most important thing is that we can meet our customers in person at such global events as Infosecurity Europe. We get feedback from our customers by e-mail but personal feedback is a thing one could not underestimate.

 I would like to thank everyone who visited ElcomSoft’s stand at Infosecurity for your tips, ideas and feedback on our products. You could also send your suggestions to info at elcomsoft dot com. Tell us what we should improve or what features add.

And see you next year in London at the 16th Infosecurity Europe.

The pics will follow soon.