Forensic Pursuit & Security Pursuit Announces Bits & Bytes Charity Event for Step 13 at New Office Location

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Computer Forensics and Security Experts Hold Charity Event for Denver's Step 13 Program at New Offices in Lower Downtown Denver

Forensic Pursuit and Security Pursuit, two of the nation’s premier computer forensics, e-discovery, and information security companies, announced today the relocation of their Denver offices, to be celebrated with Bits & Bytes charity event, scheduled for Thursday March 8th from 4pm – 8pm. Held to support and benefit Denver’s Step 13 Program, the Charity Event will enable clients, partners and those interested to enjoy cocktails, hors d'oeuvres, music by Katey Laurel and the works of local artist Warren Stokes – in an effort to engage, educate and enable assistance for Denver’s Step 13 Program.

With offices in Denver, New York, Tennessee and Washington DC, Forensic Pursuit and Security Pursuit are proud to showcase their support for local community services such as Step 13 and regional artists like Katey Laurel and Warren Stokes at their new offices located at 1432 Blake Street in Downtown Denver.

Bits & Bytes is designed to benefit Step 13, a non-profit, transitional living program for addicted homeless desiring to give up their alcohol, drug, shelter and soup kitchen dependency cycle and become productive members of society. “Step 13 is recognized not only because of the success we have rehabilitating addicted homeless, but also because we do it without funding from federal, state, or city governments,” stated Bob Coté, Founder/Director Step 13. “We really appreciate the team at Forensic Pursuit, for supporting Step 13 in our continuing mission for the people and community of Denver.”

“We are happy to assist in any way we can, the efforts of Bob Coté and his truly inspirational Step 13 organization,” said Robert Kelso, CEO Forensic Pursuit. “We hope to bring our clients and partners together in March to help generate support and awareness for Step 13 and the wonderful work they do for Denver and those who struggle with addiction.”    

Local artist Warren Stokes will be showing many new works throughout the Forensic Pursuit office space, for sale to attendees of Bits & Bytes, with a percentage of the proceeds directly supporting the Step 13 Program.

Clients, partners and those interested in attending Bits & Bytes are asked to contact Melinda Redenius at 303-495-2082 or melinda.redenius@forensicpursuit.com for more information. More details regarding the event and its participants can be found at the Forensic Pursuit website (http://www.forensicpursuit.com) and the Security Pursuit website (http://www.securitypursuit.com)

About Forensic Pursuit
Forensic Pursuit provides expert computer forensic investigation, preventative forensic, e-discovery and educational services to attorneys, businesses and individuals worldwide. Established in 2006, Forensic Pursuit has become a leader in emerging forensic technology, setting standards of excellence at every level. Forensic Pursuit investigates and analyzes computer data which involves identification, preservation, extraction, interpretation, and documentation of electronic evidence. Additional information can be found at our website: http://www.forensicpursuit.com

About Security Pursuit
Security Pursuit provides computer security services to help organizations protect their business-critical information systems. Services include network security, website security, penetration testing, vulnerability assessments, social engineering prevention, security awareness training, employee termination assistance, and other information security advisory services. Additional information can be found at our website: http://www.securitypursuit.com

About Step 13
In 1983 our capacity was thirteen people. Today we have a capacity for one hundred-forty people and average ninety people year to year. Since our beginning, we have served over four thousand people. We average fifteen requests per week to enter step 13. Of the fifteen requests, ten will show up and enter the program. Of the ten, six will leave within thirty days for reasons of their own or breaking program rules, failed urine screens, curfew violations or general rule violations. The remaining four will stay from one to three years and complete the program. In 1998, forty people were in the program from six months to two years. The remaining people had been at step 13 from two to six months. We average one hundred residents from year to year. Visit us on the web at: http://step13.org/

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