Tag Archives: forensics

General Dynamics AIS, University Partner in Data Science Center Program; John Jolly Comments

A General Dynamics business unit has been selected the first industrial member of a university research center that aims to foster collaboration and information sharing between the public and private sectors. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute started its data science research center in 2010 to address data-centric and data-intensive research challenges and …

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Deloitte To Help Labor Dept's Cloud Transition; Chris May Comments

Deloitte has won approval to host the Labor Department‘s litigation data outside of the department’s firewall as DOL intends to move to a cloud computing environment. The professional services firm obtained the authority-to-operate following a review of its information management security policies and information technology infrastructure under the Federal Information …

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Grant Thornton Names Mark Henshaw, Brent Bersin Forensic, Valuation Practice Managing Directors

Grant Thornton is appointing Mark Henshaw and Brent Bersin as managing directors as part of the firm’s initiative to expand its portfolio of valuation, forensic technology, dispute and litigation services. Henshaw will be responsible for building the company’s real estate valuation services portfolio and Bersin will lead the Houston-based litigation …

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FBI Finds New Technologies a Challenge

New age technologies like smart phones and gaming consoles pose new problems for law enforcement officials, according to a member of the FBI. During the 2010 Computer Forensics Show in New York City, attendees were told that these new technologies pose unique problems for law enforcement trying to mine the …

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