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Avansic founder to receive entrepreneurial honor
06-07-2009, Tulsa World - Nancy Hollingshead
Gavin W. Manes, CEO and president of Avansic, has been named a finalist for the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award in the Southwest Area-North. [read more]

Manes selected as Entrepreneur of the Year finalist
06-05-2009, The Journal Record - Journal Record Staff
TULSA Gavin W. Manes, president and CEO of Tulsa-based Avansic, was selected as a finalist for the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year 2009 Award. [read more]

Storing old computers for data access often mandated by law
05-14-2009, Tulsa World - Robert Evatt
Increasing bankruptcies bring the issue to light. [read more]

Avansic Article Published in The ISAA Journal
05-01-2009, Information Systems Security Association Journal - Dr. Gavin W. Manes and Elizabeth Downing
Dr. Manes and Ms. Downing recently published an article entitled "What Security Professionals Need to Know About Digital Evidence" in the peer-reviewed ISSA Journal. [read more]

Avansic plots growth with redaction technology
04-23-2009, The Journal Record - Kirby Lee Davis
TULSA Avansic completed its first international ventures in March, making redaction document tests for Canada and several European Union members. [read more]

What Happened With The Conficker Virus?
04-01-2009, The News On 6 - Chris Wright
TULSA, OK -- A computer virus called Conficker was supposed to wreak havoc on millions of computers on April 1st. But, no problems have been reported. So what happened? [read more]

Avansic Article Published in Journal
03-27-2009, Tulsa Business Journal - Tulsa Business Staff
'IEEE Security and Privacy' features an article by Tulsa-based Avansic about electronically stored information, rules and licensing. [read more]

Overview of Licensing and Legal Issues for Digital Forensic Investigators
03-24-2009, IEEE Security & Privacy - March/April 2009 (vol. 7 no. 2) - Gavin W. Manes, Elizabeth Downing
Digital forensic examiners face challenges outside the technical aspects of collecting, investigating, and storing digital information. Rules about admissibility and the licensing requirements for forensic professionals must also be taken into account. [read more]

Companies still in the dark on ID theft deadline
03-09-2009, The Journal Record - Kirby Lee Davis
TULSA In less than 60 days, nearly every company in Oklahoma will find itself facing federal identity theft mandates that remain relatively unknown despite several high-profile cases and extensions. [read more]

Data Theft Common By Departing Employees
02-26-2009, The Washington Post - Brian Krebs
Many people who are either laid-off from their job or simply moving to another opportunity often secretly take proprietary data from their employer on their way out the door, a study released this week found. [read more]

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