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Dr. Gavin Manes to Speak at ASIS Seminar
01-03-2008, Avansic - Corporate
Dr. Gavin W. Manes will be speaking January 8th to the Tulsa Chapter of ASIS. ASIS is the American Society of Industrial Security. ASIS International (ASIS) is the largest organization for security professionals, with more than 36,000 members worldwide. [read more]

OKDFP to present at 2007 HTCIA Conference
10-02-2007, Avansic - Corporate
Dr. Gavin Manes will present "Comparing Civil & Criminal Digital Forensics" at HTCIA's 2007 International Training Conference & Exposition. The conference is scheduled for August 27-29 at the Town & country Resort Hotel & Conference Center in San Diego, California. [read more]

Tulsa companies seek capital at OKC event
09-07-2007, Tulsa World - Robert Evatt
Three young Tulsa-area companies made their cases to investors Thursday during the 2007 Bricktown Capital Conference. [read more]

iSec Propels TU Computer Science
09-03-2007, Tulsa Business Journal - Staff
We understand The University of Tulsa’s research-focused initiative, called “iSec,” will encourage interdisciplinary cooperation within the university between a number of departments that may not otherwise interact, said Gavin Manes, a TU graduate, professor and founder of Oklahoma Digital Forensics [read more]

TU among best in info-security
08-26-2007, Tulsa World - April Marciszewski
A new Institute for Information Security, or iSec, is available to the private sector. [read more]

OKDFP Expands Office Space
08-06-2007, Tulsa Business Journal - Staff
Oklahoma Digital Forensics Professionals has outgrown its office space yet again. Two years after moving to the Mid-Continent Tower at Fourth Street and Boston Avenue, OKDFP recently increased its space in the building from 750 SF to 2,500 SF. [read more]

Dr. Manes to Present at IMA Luncheon
08-02-2007, Avansic - Corporate
Dr. Manes will headline the August 22, 2007 Institute of Management Accountants Luncheon held at the Renaissance Hotel in Tulsa, Oklahoma. [read more]

E-forensics firm aims to go national
07-26-2007, The Journal Record - Kirby Lee Davis
TULSA – With revenues surging, and 65 percent of its business now coming from out of state, Oklahoma Digital Forensics Professionals will soon reposition itself for national expansion. [read more]

5 Questions
06-29-2007, Tulsa World - John Stancavage
1 Could you briefly describe what Oklahoma Digital Forensics Professionals does, and how it got started? [read more]

Infernal spam: Blocking e-mails constant struggle
06-16-2007, Tulsa World - Robert Evatt
Spam isn't going away any time soon. [read more]

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