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Dr Gavin Manes

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Gavin W. Manes Ph.D. received his Doctorate in computer science from the University of Tulsa where he specialized in information assurance research. He went on to perform research and teach courses in digital forensics and telecommunications security at the Institute for Information security at the University of Tulsa. He is currently the founder and ceO of Avansic, a provider of digital forensics and electronic discovery services. He is well published in the fields of digital forensics and information security, and has presented a number of related topics at conferences and symposia across the country. He also serves as an expert witness through courtroom testimony, depositions, and consultation with legal professionals.

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