Forensicon Praised by U.S. Secret Service and Department of Homeland Security

 

CHICAGO, IL – MAY 9, 2007:

In a recent letter from the U.S. Secret Service and Department of Homeland Security, Forensicon was praised for its ‘great expertise’ and support and ongoing active involvement with the Chicago Electronic and Financial Crimes Task Force. Lee Neubecker, President of Forensicon, Inc., recently presented at the group’s quarterly meeting and seminar on April 12.

Read the letter: Forensicon_May_2007_Homeland_Security_Letter

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