25 Years of Supporting Solutions for Digital Data

Written by Alisha Cales

September 15, 2023

Paraben Corporation proudly commemorates 25 years of pioneering innovative technologies! Join us in celebrating this special milestone from Sept 16, 2023 to Sept 16, 2024, as we mark our silver anniversary. We are thrilled to unveil a fresh new look accompanied by a myriad of extraordinary innovations.

As we enter our 25th year, we are committed to developing even more cutting-edge innovations that cater to the crucial artifacts required by digital investigators worldwide. I take immense pride in our incredible team that has made this happen.

– Amber Schroader, CEO & Founder

Paraben Corporation, the provider of the E3 Forensic Platform and StrongHold Faraday bags, has paved the way for technological advancements in the field of digital investigations over the past 25 years. Their groundbreaking innovations include pioneering mobile forensics, support for IoT devices, and a tool that delves into Metaverse data. With Paraben’s relentless dedication to innovation, countless cases have been successfully resolved, bringing justice to those in need. They continue to expand their tools, placing a strong emphasis on OSINT investigators and global investigations to unearth valuable information for digital investigators worldwide.

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