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Interhack News from the year 2009

Compliance in Privacy and Data Security: How to Avoid Liability
(December 14, 2009) Interhack scientist C. Matthew Curtin and privacy attorney Benita Kahn show how to avoid liability in privacy and data security compliance matters.
Using Information to Focus Resources in Litigation
(December 9, 2009) Continuing legal education—Electronic evidence not in traditional ``document'' form may remain untapped for the lack of someone who understands how it may be used. Computer science experts help counsel focus resources and discover relevant information without breaking the bank.
Preparing for a Data Breach: Three Questions Every CIO Needs to Answer
(December 2, 2009) It's not a matter of if but when a breach occurs. Prepared CIOs will know the answer to three smart questions before the data loss.
Prepare for and Respond to Data Breaches
(December 1, 2009) Interhack rolls out incident response services for executives and attorneys across the country. Reputation is made or broken not on whether an incident takes place, but on how well it is handled. Interhack computer experts help corporations and their counsel prepare for and respond to data loss incidents.
Using Science to Combat Data Loss: On the East Coast
(October 24-30, 2009) Interhack continues to use science in the battle against data loss. In the spring of this year, C. Matthew Curtin, co-author of the study Using Science to Combat Data Loss: Analyzing Breaches by Type and Industry, unveiled the original Interhack research at the RSA Conference in San Fransisco, California. This fall, co-author Lee T. Ayres presents findings on the East Coast at the Computer Security Institute (CSI) 2009 Annual Conference in Washington, D.C.
Computer Science Expertise for the Defense
(October 8-9, 2009) Interhack showcases its computer expert services in Chicago, Illinois at the Defense Research Institute Annual Meeting. Interhack Marketing Manager Abby Park provides corporate compliance attorneys, in-house counsel, and litigators with the resources they need to best use computer experts in their practice.
Where Law, Technology and Risk Management Converge
(September 16, 2009) Interhack Founder C. Matthew Curtin applies original Interhack research at the intersection of law and technology. He shows the impact of breach notification law on analysis of data loss incidents, and how such analysis can be used to assess likelihood of incidents.
Why Information Security is More Than a Technology Issue
(August 11-12, 2009) Interhack Founder C. Matthew Curtin addresses IT leaders from Central Ohio and beyond at the CIO Solutions Gallery Security Summit: Challenges To Our Future State Of Readiness.
Interhack Founder Matt Curtin Discusses the Future of Data Loss at IT Value Studio
(August 6, 2009) Interhack Founder Matthew Curtin joins futurist Thornton May at his sixteenth IT Value Studio in Jacksonville, Florida to discuss The State of Data Loss. Curtin sheds light on the future of data loss by presenting findings from a study of data breaches he co-authored and released earlier this year.
Interhack Exhibits Computer Expert Services at American Bar Association Expo
(July 30 - August 1, 2009) Interhack returns to the American Bar Association Annual Meeting and Expo in Chicago, Illinois where the company showcases its computer expert services. Interhack Marketing Manager Abby Park provides corporate compliance attorneys, labor and employment lawyers, and litigators with the resources they need to best use computer experts in their practice.
Interhack Senior Analyst Lee Ayres Appears on Information Security Panel
(May 18, 2009) Interhack Senior Analyst Lee Ayres appears on an information security panel at a TechColumbus Breakfast Series event. Lee explained What We Learn from Analysis of Data Breaches based on research he coauthored with Interhack founder Matthew Curtin.
Interhack Exhibits at Ohio State Bar Association Annual Convention
(May 13-15, 2009) Interhack returns to the Ohio State Bar Association's Annual Convention in Cleveland, Ohio, where the company will showcase its computer expert services. Interhack Marketing Manager Abby Park provides Ohio attorneys with the resources they need to best use computer experts in their practice.
Data Breaches Vary by Industry
(April 23, 2009) Proposing a taxonomy for classifying data loss incidents, Interhack examined incidents by type and industry and found significant results for Finance, Education, Public Administration, and Healthcare.
Interhack Presents Hands-On Incident Response Testing at RSA 2009
(April 21, 2009) On April 21, Interhack founder Matthew Curtin and Cleveland Clinic Data Security Administrator Keith Fricke present a new development in preparing organizations to address high-risk situations like information security incidents and litigation at RSA Conference 2009.  Curtin and Fricke bring together Legal, IT, and other resources to test an organization's capability to respond to such issues that could become disasters if improperly handled.
Interhack Speaks at Regional International Legal Technology Association Event
(April 20, 2009) Interhack Senior Analyst Lee Ayres speaks at the International Legal Technology Association (ILTA) regional event in Columbus, Ohio on April 20, 2009. Lee will discuss identification, preservation & collection of data in litigation, the second and third stages of the Electronic Discovery Reference Model.
Interhack Speaks at University Symposium on Computer Science Education
(April 17, 2009) Interhack founder Matthew Curtin participates in the industry panel at The Inaugural Symposium on Computer Science Education at Franklin University on April 17, 2009. As a computer scientist and employer of computer science graduates, Curtin urges students to learn the theory of computer science and the history of its applications to be best equipped to adapt in a competitive environment.
Perfecting Incident Response
(April 8, 2009) Interhack Senior Analyst Lee T. Ayres discusses the merit of live incident response drilling in a presentation to the The Association of Telecommunications Professionals at their next meeting on April 8, 2009.
Uses and Limits of Forensic Data Analysis
(March 25, 2009) Computer expert Matthew Curtin explains to Ohio investigators how to prepare electronic evidence that can stand up to defensive analysis. He presents Uses and Limits of Forensic Data Analysis to the Ohio Investigators Association.
Discovery Beyond Documents
(March 12, 2009) Interhack founder Matthew Curtin presents Discovery Beyond Documents at the Medical Liability and Health Care Law Seminar for the Defense Research Institute (DRI) on March 12, 2009. Attorneys learn how electronic medical records differ from electronic documents we're most used to, what that means for discovery, and how to prepare.
Asking the Right Questions: Forensic Analysis of Data, or How to Make BlackBerry Data Hearsay
(February 25, 2009) Interhack Founder C. Matthew Curtin and Senior Analyst Lee T. Ayres show the critical difference between data types encountered in forensic computing. Showing where BlackBerry data fall in the mix, they demonstrate how easily BlackBerry data can be falsified such that an investigator using available tools wouldn't be able to tell.
The Next Twenty-Five Years in Computer Science
(January 26, 2009) Matthew Curtin will speak at the next Franklin University Tech Connect event about the future of computer science. He will show students and community members how to stay relevant in a world where information technology is ever-changing.
When to Hire a Computer Expert Witness
(January 21, 2009) Interhack Specialist Christopher Shiflet presents the continuing legal education course When to Hire a Computer Expert Witness on January 21, 2009 at the Warren County Bar Association.