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Monday, September 13, 2010

Atlanta has an Electronic Crimes Task Force

I just discovered that Atlanta has an Electronic Crimes Task Force (ECTF). How cool is that. This program is sponsored by the Secret Service. I know.

From the website, "The success of the Atlanta Electronic Crimes Task Force resides in its ability to bring law enforcement, academia and private industry together to combat computer crime in the information age. The task force's goal is to facilitate the flow of information between the Secret Service's partners by sharing information and developing methods and means to better investigate, identify and combat electronic crimes."

The Atlanta ECTF meets each quarter at Georgia Tech. I look forward to participating and will let you know my impressions after the first meeting.

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