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OIPA welcomes Alias Forensics as 3rd new Partner of 2017

June 28, 2017
The expansion of benefits available to OIPA members continues with the third addition to the Partners Program in 2017 — digital data security and monitoring provider Alias Forensics.

A leader in information security in the energy industry, Alias Forensics is now offering all OIPA members an exclusive 10 percent discount on all of their retail services, including real-time digital threat monitoring, security consulting and digital forensics.

“The Alias Forensics team is thrilled and honored to be joining forces with the Oklahoma Independent Petroleum Association,“ said AF Founder Donovan Farrow. “Given our experience in the oil and natural gas industry, we understand the everyday data security challenges at hand. We look forward to meeting and working with all those OIPA members who are helping to grow the Oklahoma energy industry.”

With headquarters in Oklahoma City and offices in both Dallas and Kansas City, Alias Forensics specializes in keeping their clients’ data out of the wrong hands. With over 50 years of combined experience in digital forensics, security consulting, incident response and data recovery, AF joined the Partners Program to provide OIPA members with superior service and technical support … .all at a discount.

“Our industry is built on data, and that data is under attack,” said Partners Program Manager Phil Browder. “Cyber criminals target security holes in digital infrastructures, making top-notch digital security a must-have for any company working in the oil and natural gas industry. I went looking for the best digital security and incident response provider I could find, and AF is it.”

Be looking for more information on Alias Forensics and all of our Partners in the next issue of the OIPA WellHead newsletter. To find out more about how your company can participate in the Partners Program, contact Phil Browder at either or 405-601-2838.

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