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End of 2012 in Cyber Forensics and InfoSec

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As a leading computer forensics company, we were busy in 2012.  Our practice included assisting attorneys, businesses, and individuals in issues involving the analysis of digital evidence.  Some of the computer forensics matters we were involved in included civil cases, criminal matters, business disputes, and incident response.  We also saw a dramatic increase in matters requiring the forensic analysis of mobile devices.  We also testified as computer forensics experts in matters involving digital evidence. 

In 2012, AVM Technology's clientele continues to broaden, we assisted small law firms in cases involving criminal defense and also assisted some of the largest law firms in Virginia in cases involving the investigation of potential employee misconduct.  We also assisted large IT businesses and small businesses with issues involving litigation and forensics incident response.   The year 2013 promises to be another great year for the field of computer forensics.

On the InfoSec front, we saw many developments.  The year even ended in some serious vulnerabilities exposed, for example the Internet Explorer zero-day flaw that can be exploited by hackers made headlines. In 2013, AVM Technology will continue growing our forensics and InfoSec practices, bringing the best and most qualified personnel to continue serving our clients in our home State of Virginia and throughout the United States.