About the Webinar
Digital evidence is quickly becoming the number one source of evidence in discovery. As more corporations, government agencies and businesses in general create the majority of their communications and business information electronically, the legal profession has to learn to adjust and utilize this information. Business Week, in its annual business survey, revealed that 95% of all the information created by businesses, regardless of size, is in electronic form.
Individuals are no different. It is estimated that since 2010, we sent more email, text messages and tweets and Facebooked more than we used the phone. Some studies suggest even more than we verbally communicated.
The judiciary is keenly aware of this, and among other things, has amended the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP) to reflect this paradigm shift in how legal professionals handle this abundant electronic evidence.
There is plenty of information out there on the FRCP, pre-discovery planning and how to produce digital evidence, and many vendors that do so, but that’s only the tip of the iceberg. The real trials and tribulations of dealing with digital evidence lie in understanding how to identify relevant ESI, where it’s located, how to harvest it, and how to effectively use it. And that’s what we will touch on today.
Start Time 3 PM Eastern / Noon Pacific
Presented using GoToWebinar
NFPA Approved for 1 hour CLE
About the Speaker
Joseph Caruso is the Founder, CEO and CTO of Global Digital Forensics (GDF), an industry leader in Computer Forensics, eDiscovery, Cyber Security and Expert Witness Testimony with offices in Albany, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Miami, New York City, Tampa Bay and Washington, D.C., Asia Pacific, Europe, the Middle East and South America.
Joe supervises the computer forensics analysts in the day to day operations of several GDF computer forensic labs. He has also developed and taught computer forensic classes nationwide. His students include IT professionals and forensic specialists from many Fortune 500 companies, including Pfizer, Boeing, Coca-Cola and many more. Joe has lectured at Yale University, School of Law and Leeds University (UK).
Joe has served as an advisor to the White House on national cyber security issues for two US Presidents and has also instructed analysts for government agencies including the CIA, the NSA and several US Attorneys’ Offices, including both the Southern and Eastern Districts, New York.
Joe has prepared and taught “specialized classes” for the Department of Defense, Digital Warfare School (US Army) and the US Air Force OSI program. He is also a past member of the Sedona Conference Board of Advisors for the years 2005, 2007 & 2008.
Cancellation and refunds:
Cancellations may be made up to 24 hours before the webinar with a full refund minus a $5 administrative fee. Within 24 hours of the webinar start, cancellations receive no refunds.