Interhack to Appear at Fraud Conference
Interhack is pleased to return to the “Emerging Trends in Fraud Investigation and Prevention” conference. This year, Interhack will be exhibiting, showcasing its expertise in forensic computing.
Since early 2000, Interhack's forensic computing practice has been providing investigators with competent technical support in complex matters for both criminal and civil cases. Focused on making the technology understandable, Interhack is not an advocacy firm, but will work on either side of litigation or criminal proceedings. Interhack's ground-breaking work has been cited in the Stanford Law Review as well as the U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit in its opinion defining protected content under the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986 (ECPA).
This year's conference is subtitled, “Shedding Light on Criminal Behavior,” and will be held at the Hilton Easton on May 13 and 14, 2004.
The conference is presented by the Auditor of State Betty Montgomery, Attorney General Jim Petro, the Central Ohio Chapter of Fraud Examiners, MAGLOCLEN, National White Collar Crime Center, Ohio Society of CPAs, and the Ohio Investigators Association.
The Central Ohio Chapter of Certified Fraud Examiners' mission is to improve fraud detection and deterrence through the education and interaction of our members, and to aid community efforts to detect and prevent fraud. The COCFE can be found on the Web at http://www.cocfe.homestead.com/ and the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners can be found at http://www.cfenet.com/home.asp.
Columbus, Ohio-based Interhack is a provider of a variety of services supporting Internet privacy, security, and forensic computing. Interhack's research has been featured all over the world in the media, university courses, and corporate training programs. Interhack's clients come from all over North America, across a wide variety of industries.