SNVC’s Andrew Scholnick to Present at 2012 ADFSL Conference on Digital Forensics

SNVC announces that Andrew Scholnick, Network/Mobility/Security Subject Matter Expert, will present a white paper at the 2012 ADFSL Conference on Digital Forensics, Security and Law. “Facilitating Forensics in the Mobile Millennium through Proactive Enterprise Security” addresses how enterprise security protocols are undermined by mobile device security. The conference will be held May 30-31 in Richmond, VA. The paper will also be published in the Journal of Digital Forensics, Security and Law, which features original research and commentary about digital forensics and its relationship to security and law.The first ADFSL Conference took place in 2006, and each year the event attracts academic and practitioner attendees. The purpose of the conference is to create an environment where people can understand, teach and develop resources around computer forensics and digital evidence.

In addition to SNVC’s knowledge of mobile and network security, the company has extensive experience in data protection solutions for government agencies, including the Department of Defense. “We’ve worked for public sector clients for whom information protection is a matter of national security,” said Justin Haffey, SNVC Chief Technology Officer. “Now we’re putting this expertise to work for the private sector.”

About SNVC:

SNVC provides IT and network solutions needed to succeed in today’s era of defense, security and business transformation. Through our many capabilities, we deliver the IT applications and infrastructure our customers rely on to improve communications and collaboration and secure the integrity of information systems and networks. Our solutions help our customers work smarter, faster and more responsively. Our values, which stem from our Veteran heritage, drive our commitment to preserving a safe, secure America.

For more information, contact: Beth Miller-Herholtz, Vice President of Strategic Development for SNVC, at: [email protected]

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