IISFA Announces Formation Of Greater New York Chapter

ATLANTA, GA, November 19, 2003 – The International Information Systems Forensic Association (www.iisfa.org ) is pleased to announce the formation of the Greater New York Chapter of IISFA. The New York Chapter is the latest chapter formed in a growing international community of information forensics professionals.

James Moore, International Chairman of IISFA, states, “The Greater New York chapter has the potential to be one of the most prolific chapters in the world. That geography is a known hot bed of information security requirements and is the home of some of the best talent in the information forensics field. We will be watching Karen and her team closely with high expectations. Welcome Greater New York!”

Steve Helwig, International Director of Chapters for IISFA, says of the new chapter “With the diligence of the new pro-tem officers listed below, IISFA is proud to introduce the newest chapter located in Greater New York. There is always a lot of work involved in starting a chapter and [this group] has made it happen. I proud to introduce the pro-tem officers for the Greater New York chapter:

The Pro-Tem president, Karen Pabon, can be reached eddiemas01@aol.com.
Tom Vincent – Treasurer
Ernesto Pabon – Web Master
Welcome Greater New York!”

The International Information Systems Forensics Association (IISFA) is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to promote the discipline of information forensics in the form of evangelism, education, and certification. Members of the IISFA adhere to the IISFA Code of Ethics and are candidates for the Certified Information Systems Forensics Investigator. Please visit the IISFA Web site at www.iisfa.org .




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