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Based in Chicago, Illinois, we are the Digital Forensics Division of QDiscovery. We specialize in data recovery, financial investigations, theft of intellectual property, internal investigations, security breaches, and employment litigation. We offer a full suite of eDiscovery and litigation support services, including electronic data processing, hosting in Relativity and Viewpoint, managed document review, trial presentation and much more. This broad range of services enable you to keep your entire litigation matter with a single service provider from the initial stages of a data misappropriation investigation all the way through trial and resolution.
C. Matthew Curtin, CISSP Founder and CEO of Interhack is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional. An Expert in Computers and Information Technology, Mr. Curtin and his team at Interhack help attorneys and executives use data and computer technology in high-stakes situations.
Mr. Curtin's work has been at the cutting edge of the intersection of law and technology. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit relied on Interhack's forensic computing practice and Mr. Curtin's expert opinion when it established standards for application of Federal wiretap statutes to Web technology, In re Pharmatrak Privacy Litigation (see link above).
Academic references to their work include the Stanford Law Review and university courses throughout the world. Mr. Curtin maintains a regular academic appointment as a Senior Lecturer at The Ohio State University's Department of Computer Science and Engineering. He currently chairs the Recruitment subcommittee of the Business Advisory Network that advises the Ohio Department of Education's standards for technology education in secondary and postsecondary schools throughout the state.
C. Matthew Curtin's services are available for plaintiffs, defendants, and for the courts directly on technical matters.
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