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Mac Computer Forensics: Current Status and Future Challenges
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Presenter: Christopher Schulte, Forensics Consultant
The growing popularity of Apple Computer’s products (Mac, iPhone, iPad among others) will have increasing ramifications in our daily workflows. Long gone are the days when Windows PC devices were the only game in E-Discovery and forensic engagements. Corporations and individuals alike are pushing more and more of their data onto Apple devices, and these devices are showing up as being responsive to more and more cases. You may be familiar with how things are done with Windows, but can you say the same for Apple OS X? How about Apple iOS? Using the tried and true Windows PC-based workflows and investigative methods on Apple devices will result in data being overlooked. Don’t let that happen. Learn about the Apple platform and understand some key differences between it and the Windows PC platform.
Changing the Game: What You Need to Know About Computer Forensics
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Presenter: Jeremy Wunsch, Director of Forensics
Computer forensics can be used in a wide array of situations that don’t necessarily require a computer to be the focal point of a crime. This presentation will give a basic overview of how files are deleted and recovered and what types of data can be recovered from various electronic devices. In this presentation, you will learn:
- The basics of computer forensics and what it entails
- Basic preservation of electronic evidence and spoliation issues.
- What can be recovered from a computer, laptop, PDA cell phone, etc.
- Top 10 Mistakes not to make in an investigation.
Non-standard and problem file types: Challenges and pitfalls for review and production
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Presenter: James Keuning, Electronic Discovery Consultant
What happens when you cannot open a corrupt document during review, do you mark it non-responsive or do you produce the corrupt file? Do you know how opposing counsel is handling such documents? If you receive a produced CAD drawing in TIF or PDF format, how do you know if it accurately represents the original file and communicates the entire contents of the original document? What about a searchable PDF, do you know that the text you are searching is the same as the words on the face of the document? Discuss these questions and get answers, and walk away with some questions to ask opposing counsel next time you exchange documents.
Implementing controls to lessen the risk of your sensitive data walking out of the door
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Presenters: Jeremy Wunsch, Director of Forensics, LuciData and Gonen Stein, Safend’s Director of Engineering
Today it is easier than ever for departing employees to abscond with confidential information using USB drives, smartphones, or simply using the web to download or email information out of a company. These activities introduce major headaches for the IT security department tasked with preventing data leakage, and managing data security is even more critical in today’s regulatory environment.
Organizations are recognizing the need to implement data loss preventions solutions, that are based on central policies, identify, monitor, and protect data at rest, in motion, and in use, through deep content analysis with centralized management, preventing unauthorized use of confidential information
Join host Jeremy Wunsch, “CEO and Director of Data Forensics” with LuciData and Gonen Stein, Safend’s Director of Engineering, for an informative Webinar on how to ensure that the loss of employees does not turn into the loss of critical enterprise data.
Join us as Jeremy discusses the issues around some of the largest threats to IP from employees in transition, including two distinct case studies. The first, where former employees downloaded hundreds of documents onto their Dropbox account costing the company hundreds of thousands in legal fees and the second where an employee copied over 8000 document to his removable USB drive costing both the company that he left and the company he went to millions in legal fees.