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Tableau manufactures several families of "forensic bridges" (hardware write blockers). Forensic bridges have two key functions:
  • Adapt the storage device's native interface (e.g., IDE, SATA, SCSI, or USB), to a more convenient computer interface such as FireWire or USB.
  • Prevent modification to the subject storage device.

Tableau also manufactures a full line of power supply and cable accessories to complement the forensic bridges.

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Unmatched Acquisition Flexibility – Including PCIe Support!

Digital forensic investigators and examiners need the ability to quickly image many different types of suspect drives in their lab through a reliable, forensically-sound product. The Forensic Universal Bridge is the latest integrated write-blocker from Tableau that supports the following types of storage media:

The Fulcrum Tableau Ultimate Kit  offers the latest advances from Tableau. The Ultimate Kit includes Tableau write blockers T35u & T35u R/W IDE/SATA Bridges, T8u USB Bridge and the T6u SAS Bridge. In addition the new kit contains the TDA5-AD hard-drive adapter kit, TDA3-2 SATA  Blade for Solid State Drive (SSD) adapter and the TKDA3-Lif adapter.

The Fulcrum Tableau Ultimate Kit is assembled in Australia from 100% Tableau components.The inclusions can be tailored to your specific requirements. The kit is delivered in a black Pelican 1500 case (not yellow as pictured).

TIM is an intuitive and information-rich application that was built to improve your forensic imaging productivity. This free software optimizes imaging with Tableau write-blockers.

More and more computer manufacturers are using PCIe solid state drives (SSDs) in their systems as PCIe performance far exceeds any other type of storage drive. While this trend benefits the computer user, it presents a challenge for digital investigators and examiners who must acquire and investigate these types of drives.

With the new Tableau PCIe Card and M.2 SSD adapters, examiners can now securely connect PCIe drives to a Tableau Forensic Universal Bridge for fast and reliable forensic imaging. Unlike other products that require special OS drivers and tools to operate, the Tableau PCIe Adapters are easy-to-use and have no such requirements. Simply insert the suspect PCIe drive into the appropriate adapter, connect the PCIe cable to a Tableau Forensic Universal Bridge, and start imaging.

Tableau's T3iu Forensic SATA Imaging Bay was built for very fast forensic imaging of 3.5 inch and 2.5 inch SATA drives. The T3iu was designed for easy integration into new or existing workstations using a single SuperSpeed USB 3.0 host.

The First Portable PCIe Forensic Write Blocker

T7uThe T7u is the first portable write-blocker that enables forensic acquisition of PCIe SSDs, and is the second Tableau PCIe product offering. With the T7u you will be equipped to handle the vast array of new laptops and tablet computers that are making use of these high performance PCIe hard drives.

Unlock Password-protected Data Quickly and Easily

Tableau Password Recovery is a purpose-built, cost-effective, scalable, turnkey solution that simplifies and accelerates the process of identifying, unlocking, and re-engaging password-protected files into an active case for digital investigators, e-discovery practitioners, security specialists, and risk and compliance professionals using EnCase.

TD2u Forensic Duplicator with native SuperSpeed USB 3.0 support.
Built to excel in both field and lab environments, the Tableau TD2u Forensic Duplicator is the ideal combination of easy operation, reliability, and ultra-fast forensic imaging performance.  From the outside, TD2u looks similar to its predecessor model, the award-winning TD2.  From the inside out TD2u is all new.  Built with the most advanced technology, TD2u delivers high performance forensic features at a budget friendly price.

The TD3 Forenisc Imager is a mix of proven and new technology that is squarely focused on the core forensic market.

TD3 supports forensic imaging of SATA, IDE, USB 3.0, SAS, and FireWire (1394 A/B) storage devices and iSCSI network shares. It has a high resolution, colour touch-screen user interface and it's 1 Gig Ethernet connection supports imaging to network shares as well as remote access for investigations and triage. 

The TDA.Multipack hard drive adapter pack is a compact kit which includes all of Tableau’s drive adapters: TDA3-1 (microSATA), TDA3-2 (SATA blade-type SSD), TDA3-LIF (SATA LIF), TDA5-18 (1.8” IDE), TDA5-25 (2.5” IDE), TDA5-ZIF (ZIF IDE) and associated cables. All adapters are designed to work with Tableau’s write blockers and duplicators.

This kit ships with a handy nylon zippered bag.

TDA3-2 SATA - Blade-Type Solid State Drive (SSD) Adapter for MacBook Air.
Connects from the IDE (P-ATA) standard to new ZIF-style drives. Supports Toshiba and Hitachi drives. Contained in its own travel case.

Tableau Protocol Modules - SAS & USB for imaging with the TD2.

Tableau Protocol Modules extend the imaging capabilities of the TD2 Forensic Duplicator to USB and SAS storage devices. Tableau offers these two protocol modules to be sold separately: TDP8 (USB) and TDP6 (SAS) or as a value-priced dual pack.

The Tableau T35u USB 3.0 Forensic IDE/SATA Bridge supports write-blocked, forensic acquisitions of both SATA and IDE storage devices through a fast USB 3.0 host connection. The T35u offers forensic examiners the ease of use, reliability, and imaging speed necessary to image today's larger and faster hard-disk drives - in both lab or field environments.

The T35u is a bare bridge, while the TK35u is the Bridge Kit which includes a power supply, cables and adapters.

The YELLOW case T35u-RW is identical to the regular BLACK case T35u, except that the T35u-RW is pre-configured at the factory for read-write operation.

Many forensic practitioners said they wanted a dedicated bridge for use when making copies of forensic evidence. The YELLOW case highlights the fact that the T35u-RW is writable, eliminating the potential for mis-use during forensic examinations.

The T35u-RW is the bare bridge, while the TK35u-RW is the bridge kit which includes a power supply, cables and adapters.

The Tableau T6u - High Performance SAS Write Blocking in a Portable Package.

The T6u is a bare bridge, while the TK6u is the Bridge Kit which includes a power supply, cables and adapters.

The T8u is the first Tableau Portable Family forensic bridge that supports write-blocked imaging of USB 3.0 devices through a SuperSpeed™ USB 3.0 host computer connection. T8u's powerful combination of a new, high-performing product architecture and USB 3.0 technology provide the speed you need to image USB 3.0 flash drives, multi-terabyte hard drives, or all USB 2.0/1.1 drives conforming to the mass storage "bulk-only" specification.

The T8u is a bare bridge, while the TK8u is the Bridge Kit which includes a power supply, cables and adapters.

The T9 FireWire write blocker allows customers to write-block and image FireWire external storage drives as well as MACs (booted in target disk mode). The T9 will connect to the host with either Firewire or USB2. The device will support all common imaging software solutions. The TK9 is the bridge kit whch includes power supply, cables and adapters.

The T9u is a bare bridge, while the TK9u is the Bridge Kit which includes a power supply, cables and adapters.

Adapter Kit. Includes TDA3-LIF SATA LIF Hard Disk Adapter with set of 2 LIF cables ina black TB2 bag.
The Tableau Forensic Imager is the latest and greatest from Tableau and functions as a portable alternative to carrying a forensic workstation into the field. It is a network-enabled, fully-forensic imager that offers superior local and network imaging performance with no compromises. The TX1 sets a new standard for Forensic Imagers.

A Tableau second-generation product, replacing the Tableau TD3.
 
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