Forensicon is pleased to welcome Ms. Erin Lara as the newest member of Forensicon’s Chicago-based, computer forensics investigative team. Ms. Lara brings a wealth of experience to Forensicon, having served with the United States Air Force and the Park Forest Police Department. Ms. Lara graduated Summa Cum Laude from American InterContinental University earning a Bachelor’s Degree in[…Read More]
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The Heartbleed Bug: What you need to know Anne Evans, journalist with Medill Reports, the news service agency run by Northwestern University’s School of Journalism, interviewed Forensicon’s President Lee Neubecker regarding the recent Heartbleed Bug. Neubecker details some of the concerns that businesses and individuals need to be aware of.
Forensicon’s President, Lee Neubecker, was interviewed this week regarding Pittsburgh U.S. District Judge Joy Flowers Conti’s order granting the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center’s (UPMC) motion to compel forensic inspection of Former Pittsburgh Mayor Luke Ravenstahl’s computer. The former mayor attempted to collect taxes from the non-profit and remains embroiled in litigation despite no longer[…Read More]
Forensicon’s President Lee Neubecker was interviewed by Govtech.com’s Brian Heaton regarding The Legal Implications of BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) programs in government agencies. Experts discuss the legal pitfalls of public-sector agencies allowing employees to use personal computing devices for work. The article discusses some of the challenges of allowing personal devices to be used[…Read More]
Since the tragic bombing at the Boston Marathon earlier this week, there have been several fatalities and many severe casualties with more than a hundred people physically injured from the attack. The FBI has taken over the investigation into this heinous crime and is trying to uncover the identity of those involved with executing the[…Read More]
The Illinois General Assembly is set to consider and vote on Illinois Senate Bill 10, the Marriage Fairness Act. If the measure passes, same sex marriage would become legal in the State of Illinois. Passage of the measure hangs in the balance as reported last week when Illinois Speaker of the General Assembly Michael Madigan[…Read More]
For the second year in a row, Forensicon, Inc. received the Better Business Bureau Complaint Free Award. This is an award earned and awarded exclusively to BBB Accredited Businesses. Forensicon has a commitment to customer service and satisfaction and is very proud to be recognized by the Better Business Bureau. Lee Neubecker, President and CEO[…Read More]
Mr. Eric Miller, Production Manager with Forensicon, Inc., was recently awarded the prestigious AccessData Certified Examiner® (ACE®) certification. AccessData is a leading computer forensics software vendor that develops the popular Forensic Tool Kit (FTK) among other forensic applications. Achieving the ACE® certification is demonstrative of Mr. Miller’s further achievement in the field of computer forensics.[…Read More]
Lee Neubecker, Forensicon’s President, was interviewed by Vincent Bond regarding the GM trade secret trial of Shanshan Du, a former GM engineer. The case is part of a trend of industrial espionage that has menaced the auto industry — and major corporations and government agencies throughout the United States. ” Often, the greed of trade-secret thieves makes[…Read More]
More than 1.7 Million Registered Voters Have Personal Information Disclosed Forensicon just uncovered and reported a massive security breach at the Chicago Board of Election’s website http://www.chicagoelections.com. The last time this happened was back in 2006 when past and present Chairman of the Board of Elections ordered a computer forensics audit, yet here we are again[…Read More]