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Location. Location. Location.

I’m peripatetic.  My stuff lives in Austin; but, I’m in a different city every few days.  Lately looking for a new place for my stuff to await my return, I’m reminded of the first three rules of real estate investing: 1. 668 more words

E-Discovery

bri vs. technology

To be perfectly honest technology scares me half to death. I am the type of person that will never take notes on a computer, even if some people swear it is faster; I just do not like it. 525 more words

So There's That

The Tech Savvy Private Investigator – Someone has tapped you...now what?  

Whenever we work with a client who believes they have been bugged we always ask them, beforehand, what they would like us to do in the event we locate a bug during a TCSM (Technical Counter Surveillance Measures) bug sweep. 225 more words

Thomas Ruskin

Evidence Recovery and Corporate Forensics Are Becoming Extremely Important In North American Corporate World

Frauds and crimes are very common things that you will find in almost all the sectors. It is easy to trace out the occurrence of crimes, but frauds are very hard to detect until and unless the outcome is noticed. 469 more words

Computer Forensics

Cyber Security: When Hackers Strike Your Business, Will You Be Prepared?

SUNY Buffalo Law School & the Law Alumni Association’s GOLD Group presents a CLE* program.

When: Thursday, November 20, 2014 – 8 a.m. to 9 a.m. 126 more words

Computer Forensics

LPIC-1

I have received confirmation of my LPIC Certification. So I expect I’ll get something in the post to confirm this. Now starting work on LPIC-2. Whether or not this changes my employability, we shall see. 52 more words

Training

Hodgson Russ Public Company Update & Cyber Security Presentation

On November 19, 2014, Michael McCartney, President/CEO of DIGITS LLC will be joining Hodgson Russ for their public company update and Cyber Security Presentation.

Wednesday, November 19, 2014… 110 more words

Computer Forensics