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Leading Security Consulting Firm Opens State-of-the-Art Computer Forensics Lab

Date: January 08, 2008
By: Christian Scarborough

STERLING, Va. &BOSTON--(Business Wire)--NetSecurity Corporation, a leading computer forensics, security consulting and training company, announced today the launch of NetSecurity Forensic Labs, a state-of-the-art secure facility offering computer forensics investigation, electronic discovery (e-Discovery), incident response, and forensics training to legal, corporate, and law enforcement entities.

Intellectual property theft, network hacking, evidence tampering, employee misuse of computers, illicit pornography, policy violation, electronic harassment, identity theft, and other digital crimes continue to be on the rise. This surge in cyber crime creates the need to conduct criminal, civil, or corporate investigations promptly, using forensics experts. Forensic investigation is a time-consuming effort that requires specialized expertise, procedures, tools, and a secure lab environment. Loss or tampering of evidence can result in an unfavorable ruling by a judge or the evidence may be ruled inadmissible in a case.

"Evidence obtained from computers, PDAs, cell phones, and other electronic media is having agreater impact on both civil and criminal investigations more than ever before," said Inno Eroraha, founder and chief strategist of NetSecurity. "It is imperative that evidence be collected by trained computer forensic experts that follow forensically sound processes to ensure that the resulting digital
evidence withstands legal scrutiny in court. This is where NetSecurity Forensic Labs comes into play. Our state-of-the-art forensic lab is equipped with tools and technologies to excavate digital evidence from the latest or most antiquated storage devices to produce admissible

To help organizations overcome these challenges, NetSecurity brings unparalleled expertise to assist law firms, law enforcement agencies, public and private companies, and individuals through the investigation of computer crimes.
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