Interhack Opens Online Forensic Computing Forum
OCTOBER 8, 2003 -- Interhack announces the opening of its free online forum for the discussion of forensic computing. “Forensic computing” refers to any use of computing or information technology in the context of legal argumentation. Specific topics include electronic discovery, analysis of data for legal argumentation, and the use of computing professionals as expert witnesses.
The forum is intended for attorneys, paralegals, and technologists with a professional interest in forensic computing.
Forum messages are delivered by email. Subscribers may choose to receive messages as they are posted or in daily batches. Subscriptions and account changes are all handled through an easy-to-use Web interface.
See the forum's web page for more information.
Interhack is an information assurance and forensic computing firm. Based in Columbus, Ohio, and with clients all over North America, Interhack's forensic computing expertise has been used in both civil and criminal matters, for both Plaintiffs and Defense. Demystifying the technology, Interhack's experts help attorneys to focus on advocating their cases without getting lost in the technology. Interhack is on the web at web.interhack.com.