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Forensic investigations license awarded to NetSecurity

NetSecurity : 11 September, 2008  (Company News)
Virginia State grants license to NetSecurity for carrying out digital forensic investigations in the state and act as expert witnesses
NetSecurity has been granted a Private Investigation (PI) license (license #11-5605) by Virginia Department of Criminal Justice (DCJS). Like most states, Virginia law requires any company or individual providing digital forensic services in the Commonwealth to be licensed with DCJS. NetSecurity is pleased to be one of a very few computer forensic companies formally licensed in the state.

"We are extremely excited that our company (NetSecurity) has met all the rigorous licensing requirements of Virginia to conduct computer forensics investigations," said Inno Eroraha, founder and chief strategist of NetSecurity Corporation. "This license positions us as one of a handful of computer forensics firms that can legally conduct computer-related investigations in Virginia and other states."

Commercial and government organizations have repeatedly relied upon NetSecurity's security and forensic expertise knowing that clients' needs would be met promptly and the quality of work would exceed expectations. 'NetSecurity responded quickly and identified and contained a malicious software outbreak on one of the networks we manage," said David Vargas, CEO of VATG. "The company (NetSecurity) provided the critical expertise that helped us sleep well that night.'

Forensic analysis is more than just analysing a breach. Often, forensic examination helped solve the problem of the day by diving deep to excavate lost information on "dead systems." 'NetSecurity rescued us by forensically recovering vital data at a critical time during the semester," said William Johnson, Assistant Director of Alumni Relations at The George Washington University.

In addition to receiving the PI license, NetSecurity is expanding its proprietary Hands-On How-To security course offerings to include a customized series of computer forensics classes. "The bad guys are figuring out ways to defeat current forensics tools and techniques. Our training offers practitioners the deep knowledge they need to stay ahead of emerging anti-forensics techniques," says Eroraha. NetSecurity's computer forensics courses are targeted towards cyber crime attorneys, law enforcement professionals, forensics investigators, and IT professionals.
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