Interhack Nominated for Top CAT Award

Interhack has been nominated as Outstanding Startup Business for the 2003 Top CAT Awards.

Interhack has been nominated for the “Outstanding Startup Business” award at the 2003 Top Contributors to the Advancement of Technology Banquet, presented by the Columbus Technology Council.

Each year, the awards recognize individuals, teams of individuals, corporations and partnerships on the basis of their technological and/or scientific significance, economic impact, and societal benefits in helping to build a strong technological community in Central Ohio.

The awards presentation will be on Thursday, January 22, 2004 at the Easton Town Center Hilton. The keynote speaker will be Fred Sanfilippo, M.D., Ph.D., Senior Vice President of Health Sciences and Dean of the College of Medicine and Public Health at The Ohio State University. An introduction will be provided by the honorable Governor Bob Taft. Andrea Cambern of 10TV will serve as this year's emcee.

About CTC

The Columbus Technology Council is a membership led, non-profit organization of technology-based companies in the central Ohio region. The leadership is provided by a board of Trustees that is representative of technology businesses in central Ohio. CTC is focused on assisting member companies to develop into high performance organizations and/or provide products and services to such organizations.

About Interhack

Interhack is a Columbus-based information assurance and forensic computing firm. Interhack's research work is cited in research and standards documents around the world, as well as in University courses. Earlier this year, Interhack's forensic computing work led to a landmark pro-privacy ruling by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit, defining “protected content” under the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986 in the context of the Web.