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LanpherWilson Acquires Computer Forensic Group, Inc.

Wednesday, June 08, 2005 (04:11:15)
LanpherWilson Corporation today announced that it has acquired Computer Forensic Group, Inc. of Germantown, MD to form a new company called Turiss, a digital investigations and information protection firm with target markets in the corporate, legal and government arenas...

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Fletcher aides leave plentiful trail of e-mail

Monday, June 06, 2005 (04:24:14)
Comfortable with high-tech gadgets, Gov. Ernie Fletcher's aides use state-issued computers and BlackBerries to send e-mail that details their deeds, plans, turf battles, even their moods, sometimes on an hourly basis. Now, that e-mail is a trail of bread crumbs for prosecutors to follow as they investigate what role is played by Republican politics in the Fletcher administration's merit-system hiring...

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The Certified Computer Examiner Certification

Saturday, June 04, 2005 (05:38:42)
While computer forensics certifications are not as mainstream as an MCSE or CCNA, there are several forensic certifications that are growing in prominence and that are worthy of investigation if you are considering this type of certification. One of these is the Certified Computer Examiner (CCE)...

http://www.certified-computer-examiner.com/

Sault College (ON, Canada) to host computer forensics workshop

Friday, June 03, 2005 (04:58:17)
Sault College (Marie, ON, Canada) will present a computer forensics workshop for IT professionals from June 13 to 17. James Lewis, site director for the Centre for Systems Security and Information Assurance (CSSIA) at Washtenaw Community College in Ann Arbor, will lead the training program, which will be delivered through daylong sessions at the college...

More (LTVNEWS.COM)

Sault College web site

Keyboard cops

Thursday, June 02, 2005 (05:57:12)
Forget leaving fingerprints at the scene of the crime. Today's police know that the hard evidence they find on your hard drive can put you behind bars. Computer forensic analysts - the detectives of the digital world - are in big demand. Electronic evidence is proving critical in solving crimes, with the proliferation of computers, PDAs, mobile phones and even iPods...

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