Introducing Paliscope Education Program – Marshall University first out

Introducing Paliscope Education Program – Marshall University first out
2018-11-02 Paliscope

Introducing Paliscope Education Program – Marshall University first out

Today, October 26 2018, Paliscope announced the launch of Paliscope Education Program. The program offers universities and other educational institutions free training licenses for educational purposes. Marshall University in the US is the first university to join the program.

“We are very proud that Marshall University has chosen Paliscope as their primary online investigation software in their forensic programs,” said Christian Berg, CEO at Paliscope. “We feel that it is important for us to make our software available for educational purposes and we would like to invite more universities and academic institutions to do the same.

Paliscope will be used by Marshall University’s Digital Forensics and Information Assurance Program. It will be one of their primary software tools in their courses and in their Open Source Intelligence Exchange (OSIX) program.

“The students will be using Paliscope for all their laboratory exercises and projects. Putting a software like Paliscope in the hands of our students not only enhances the learning experience, it also gives them real-world skills they can rely on once they enter the workforce,” commented Professor John Sammons, director of the Digital Forensics and Information Assurance Program at Marshall.

Read the press release here

As part of the program, the universities provide Paliscope with feedback on the software and input on how to improve it even further.

“This is input that we value highly. It aids us in making sure that we develop the software best suited for our users, said Berg.”

If you are a student or work at a university and want to use Paliscope, please contact [email protected] for more details.