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About guidance software
Guidance Software, Inc, a subsidiary of OpenText Corporation, was a public company listed on NASDAQ and headquartered in Pasadena, California. Guidance Software was founded in 1997. It designed, developed, and provided software solutions for digital investigations and digital forensics, mainly in the United States, Europe, Africa, Middle East, and the Asia-pacific region. It was considered one of the largest companies operating in the digital forensics industry before its acquisition. The company had its branches in Brazil, Houston, Singapore, Chicago, United Kingdom, New York, and Washington D.C. Guidance Software also employed around 371 employees. Guidance Software was best known for its digital investigations software, EnCase. The company’s products focused on four core areas: digital forensics, e-discovery, endpoint security analytics, and cybersecurity incident response. Apart from its software products, the company also served law enforcement, government agencies, and other companies in different sectors like finance, insurance, technology, pharmaceutical, manufacturing, retail, defense contracting, and more. As of today, Guidance Software also operates two certification programs for its EnCase software. These two certification programs include EnCase Certified Examiner and EnCase Certified eDiscovery Practitioner. These certifications are for individuals interested in using the EnCase software for digital forensic purposes.
As for its parent company, the OpenText Corporation is a Canadian-based company developing and selling software products related to Enterprise Information Management (EIM). Headquartered in Ontario, Canada OpenText is one of Canada’s largest software enterprises and is recognized as one of Canada’s top 100 companies as of 2016. The company has over 14,000 employees worldwide and is publicly traded on NASDAQ and Toronto Stock Exchange. The software applications of OpenText are used to manage the unstructured data and content for large enterprises, professional services agencies, and government firms. The company has developed its products to address the information management requirements, including compliance with regulatory requirements, managing a large volume of content data, and online and mobile experience management.
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