DULLES, Va. (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — NetSecurity Corporation, a company positioned to be the brand of choice in computer forensics, security, and training, announced today that Jennifer Nickolas, Esq. has joined the company. This appointment will help NetSecurity (www.NetSecurity.com) to further develop and grow the company’s vendor-neutral digital forensics, electronic discovery (e-discovery), cyber security, expert witness, and training offerings.
Ms. Nickolas will support the firm’s forensics and e-discovery practice targeting the legal community. “I am very excited about being able to combine my legal expertise and technology training to help bridge the gap that often exists between lawyers and IT professionals. Growing a forensics and an e-discovery practice in a boutique firm like NetSecurity, whose experience and expertise is widely-known, is a professional privilege I could not pass up,” said Ms. Nickolas. “NetSecurity is a well-respected digital forensics and security company that prides itself on top quality service and I am honored to be a part of the firm’s continued growth.”
“We have always wanted to complement our innovative team with legal leaders who understand law and technology, a rare combination that Jennifer brings,” said Inno Eroraha, founder and chief strategist of NetSecurity. “Jennifer’s legal, business, and technical knowledge gives us a competitive edge in delivering world-class digital forensics, e-discovery, security, cyber crime incident response, and training solutions that exceed the expectations of our clients.”
Prior to joining NetSecurity, Ms. Nickolas managed her own judgment recovery firm and participated in the discovery phase of several multi-million dollar antitrust actions in Virginia. Before moving to Virginia, she maintained a general civil and family law and mediation practice in Texas. Her pro bono work includes recruiting and coordinating volunteer mediators and mentoring law students. Ms. Nickolas graduated from The University of Texas School of Law in 1998 and is a member of the Virginia and Texas Bars.
NetSecurity Corporation is a digital forensics, hands-on security consulting and training company that provides timely, high-quality, and customer-focused solutions and education to corporations, financial institutions, government agencies, law firms, and law enforcement agencies. Through its state-of-the-art NetSecurity Forensic Labs, NetSecurity’s experts acquire, preserve, analyze, and produce digital evidence promptly that withstands legal scrutiny. Its security solutions protect organizations from emerging security threats and help manage enterprise risks proactively. NetSecurity’s renowned proprietary Hands-On How-To(R) training program provides organizations and individuals with the knowledge of solving real-world challenges through simulated and “how-to” exercises that enable professionals to do their jobs successfully. NetSecurity is one of a handful of companies that has a Private Investigator (PI) license, required to legally conduct computer forensics investigations in Virginia.
NetSecurity’s security and forensics experts have authored or contributed to numerous articles about computer security, cyber crime, forensics, e-discovery, and incident response in outlets including: Virginia Lawyers Weekly, Richmond Times Dispatch, MIT Technology Review, Securities Industry News, HR Executive, and Northern Virginia Magazine, SC Magazine, and SecurePC magazine. Our consultants have presented at industry events, such as CEIC, SANS, ISACA, ISSA, OWASP, MISTI, Techno Forensics, and The Computer Forensics Show.
For more information, visit www.NetSecurity.com .
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