Matt Curtin Is Featured Speaker for Open Source Club at OSU
Columbus, OH—C. Matthew Curtin is the featured speaker at the November 8, 2012 meeting of the OSU Open Source Club at 7:00 PM in Dreese Lab. He shares first hand experience as a forensic computer scientist with students, many from the Department of Computer Science and Engineering.
Matt Curtin is the Founder of Interhack Corporation, a professional services firm providing computer expertise for use in adjudication. Applications of computer science for legal matters include data analysis, investigations, electronic discovery, and expert witness testimony. Mr. Curtin himself has appeared as an expert witness in both civil and criminal cases.
Since 1999, Mr. Curtin has maintained a regular academic appointment at The Ohio State University's Department of Computer Science and Engineering, teaching courses in the Common Lisp programming language and operating system implementation. Mr. Curtin is also the original faculty advisor for the Open Source Club whose focus is on building a strong community of open source users and developers in order to bring the benefits of open development, open standards, and free software to the university community.
Interhack aids executives and attorneys facing challenges and opportunities involving the use of information. We perform security assessments, provide incident response programs and services to work with data in legal proceedings. Our work is used to find the right questions to ask and the best answers science can provide. Based in Columbus, Ohio, Interhack supports clients nationwide. Additional information about Interhack is available at web.interhack.com.