Interhack news from the year 2014.
- Computer-Aided Theft
- (July 1, 2014)
Forensic computer scientist C. Matthew Curtin will discuss the theft of intellectual property with the Central Ohio Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers.
- What To Do When (Not If) Data Breaches Occur
- (June 9, 2014)
Interhack founder C. Matthew Curtin will discuss how to prepare for and respond to data breach incidents at the 2014 ILTA LegalSec Summit in Chicago.
- Stopping Trade Secret Theft
- (May 4, 2014)
When an employee leaves for a competing organization, how can the company be sure that their information remains safe? In this case study, we will look at one Ohio company concerned about its information being held confidential by an ex-employee. The ex-employee represented to the company and its attorneys that he did not and would not use the company's information. Examination of the ex-employee's activity raised concerns and through the process of litigation, the ex-employee's computer systems were produced for examination, resulting in the finding of the company's information in its competitor's systems. The process led to a change in testimony, and a federal judge's order preventing the ex-employee from competing with the company. The case study will discuss how companies can prepare for addressing these issues.
- Cracking the Data Encryption Standard
- (April 18, 2014)
Interhack founder Matt Curtin will present Cracking the Data Encryption Standard to the Open Source Club at The Ohio State University on April 24, 2014.
- When Cryptography Is Outlawed...
- (April 1, 2014)
On April 8, 2014, Interhack founder C. Matthew Curtin will discuss the ethical implications of public policy and practice of cryptography at The Ohio State University (Computing Ethics, Philosophy 1337). Based upon his own experience during the Crypto Wars of the 1990s, Curtin will explore the relationship between the individual and the state as affected by the power to keep secrets.
- Putting the Science in Computer Science: Applications from Boardrooms to Courtrooms
- (March 26, 2014)
Interhack founder C. Matthew Curtin will discuss rigorous scientific analysis of computer data and technology at Franklin University with students in the Choose Ohio First scholarship program. Entitled "Putting the Science in Computer Science: Applications from Boardrooms to Courtrooms," Curtin's presentation will draw upon his practice as a consulting computer science to address pressing questions in high-impact situations.
- Windows XP: End of Life
- (March 19, 2014)
10tv's Kevin Landers interviews Interhack's Brad Moore, CISA on Microsoft no longer providing technical support and security updates for the Windows XP operating system.
- The Cyberwarfare Threat
- (February 14, 2014)
In an interview with Fox News, Interhack Founder C. Matthew Curtin discusses cyberwarfare capability of North Korea and other actors targeting the United States.
- Computer Security: Is Anyone Safe?
- (February 12, 2014)
If our largest companies and government agencies can have their information compromised, is there anything that individuals can do to protect themselves? Interhack Founder Matt Curtin discusses computer security with Kevin Wall "Live and Local" (Las Vegas) on the air.
- Cracking the Code at Hawken Middle School
- (January 30, 2014)
C. Matthew Curtin, founder at Interhack, was a featured guest speaker at Hawken Middle School for Insights Week. Mr. Curtin was a part of the Science and Technology category in his lecture titled “Cracking the Code: The History and Science of Making and Keeping Secrets”.