April 19, 2007 08:00 ET

CyanLine's Steven Branigan to Speak at The IIA's 2007 Information Technology Conference

EATONTOWN, NJ -- (MARKET WIRE) -- April 19, 2007 --CyanLine LLC, a trusted provider of products, services and training for eDiscovery, litigation support, wireless security and network security, today announced that President Steven Branigan will speak at the Institute of Internal Auditor's 2007 Information Technology Conference held April 23-25 at the Radisson Fort McDowell Resort & Casino in Scottsdale, Arizona.

Scheduled to present during the event's fourth general session slated for Wednesday, April 25th from 11:30 a.m. to 12:45 p.m., Branigan will speak on "High-Tech Crimes Revealed," detailing unique computer investigations and offering insight into the latest investigation techniques. Attendees will learn what works, what doesn't, and identify the most significant risks during investigations. Branigan will also outline typical perpetrators of high-tech crimes and how to better detect and prevent future incidents.

The IIA's 4th annual Information Technology Conference has been developed by recognized internal audit and IT professionals to help attendees, whether newly delving into IT or already savvy, understand an organization's IT challenges. Attendees will:

--  Learn how to integrate IT into the internal auditing process
--  Understand the impact of today's IT risks
--  Find out how IT and emerging technologies can impact your organization
--  Explore techniques for auditing your IT resources
--  Discover how to secure your organization's IT assets
For more information on The Institute of Internal Auditor's 2007 Information Technology Conference, visit

Steven Branigan

A former New Jersey police officer, Mr. Branigan brings more than 16 years of network security and computer forensics experience to CyanLine, managing large-scale security projects involving the forensic detection and delivery of digital information. Honored by the United Secrets Service and the New Jersey State Police for his work, Mr. Branigan testified before the 107th U.S. Congress on the state of cyber security. A respected industry author, Mr. Branigan published "High-Tech Crimes Revealed" in 2005 alongside numerous other writings and presentations. Mr. Branigan is also a founding member of the New York Electronic Crimes Task force, as well as an active member of the High Technology Crime Investigation Association. He received B.A. and M.S. degrees in computer science from Rutgers College and an MBA from Columbia University.

About The IIA

Established in 1941, The IIA has more than 130,000 members worldwide. It serves as the internal audit profession's global voice, recognized authority, acknowledged leader, principal educator and chief advocate. The Institute monitors legislation, regulations and pronouncements of other professional organizations throughout the world on matters that directly or indirectly impact the practice of internal auditing. It provides the International Standards for the Professional Practice of Internal Auditing and offers a variety of leading-edge professional development opportunities, a comprehensive certification program, thorough quality assessment services, benchmarking surveys, and valuable research reports and educational products through The IIA Research Foundation. Visit

About CyanLine

CyanLine is a trusted provider of products, services and training for eDiscovery, litigation support, wireless security and network security. While offering comprehensive consulting services relied upon by some of the nation's largest corporations, law enforcement agencies, and law firms, CyanLine also stands as the lead innovator in wireless network security, featuring highly praised patent-pending technology. Founded in 2004 and headquartered in Eatontown, New Jersey, CyanLine's team of talented eDiscovery and security specialists is led by industry pioneer Steven Branigan. For more information, visit the CyanLine Web site at

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