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The Role of a Computer Forensic Expert From Retention Through Trial

July 2, 2013

This presentation covers the attorney's expectations from case inception through trial. Learn how to work effectively with attorneys; how to educate them as needed; and how to perform your function during your investigation, at deposition and at trial.

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How Host-Based Forensics Told the Whole Story: Criminal Investigation of a DDoS Attack

October 24, 2014 8:10 am

This webcast will walk through the details of a real-life Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack, where Internet evidence recovered during the investigation was vital to the outcome of the case.


The Time, Man-Power and Logistical Solution to a Mobile Forensic World

June 18, 2014 6:20 am

When it comes to today's big data world, we know there are not enough examiners, security analysts and IT professionals that can manage the onslaught of data from mobile devices. Every company now deals with BYOD (Bring your Own Device), company issued devices or in some instances even both. 


The Mobile Device in the Big Data World

March 26, 2014 2:15 pm

Big Data is the new norm in today’s world. It is extremely challenging to capture, store, analyze and visualize. Dealing with digital data coming from computers, servers and networks is challenging enough without introducing data from mobile devices. In today's landscape, if you are not already dealing with data from mobile devices, especially smart mobile devices, you are missing much of this "Big Data picture". 


New Role for Digital Forensic Experts

October 11, 2010 2:20 pm

In this webinar, the authors of "Mediated Investigative E-Discovery", recently published in the Federal Courts Law Review, will discuss their innovative approach to e-discovery, which includes a new role for digital forensic experts:  retained not by one, but by both parties, and not only to retrieve, but also to identify potentially discoverable information, and mediate disputes between the parties as to whether that information should be produced in discovery.  The proposed approach is designed to reduce costs, increase efficiency, and eliminate time-consuming e-discovery disputes.  The article is available at


Introduction to Forensic Processing and Analysis of Cellular Phones

August 2, 2010 1:41 am

This webinar will discuss the processing hierarchy for cellular phones, maintaining and preserving the integrity of volatile cellular phone evidence, and acquisition techniques for cell phone data.  It will also discuss and demonstrate current best practice techniques. 


DEVELOP and SUPPORT: Building on the Innate Skills of Your Potential Managers to Prepare them for the Demands of Management

September 13, 2007 12:00 am

The time between the selection of your new supervisory candidates and their assumption of new responsibilities can be vital to their success. Many new managers have little idea about what the demands of the position will be. They may have few examples of different managers to observe, and much of the real work of management is done in secret!

SPOT: Identifying and Selecting the Best Potential Managers From Your Technical Staff

July 26, 2007 12:00 am

Most technical managers are promoted from the workbench. Often, they are promoted because of their superior technical skills and expertise. However, management skills and technical skills are often very different. Failure to recognize this can result in disaster — both for the person and the organization. In this web conference, we will help you reduce the disasters in your manager and supervisor selections and increase the successes! The personality characteristics that draw someone into a technical career have some elements in common with good management skills, but there are other necessary skills that are quite different. Knowing the specific elements that separate staff members with the most potential can greatly improve both the future of your department and the mental health of your staff.

Basics of Crime Scene Documentation

February 8, 2007 12:00 am

Proper crime scene documentation is vital to solving crimes. This web conference will cover the importance of using the four methods of crime scene documentation; notes, video, still photo, and measure/sketch. In addition, the topics of proper collection and packaging methods as well as legal issues pertaining to these four methods will be addressed. This web conference is ideal for those new to the field or anyone looking to refresh their knowledge of the basics of crime scene documentation.

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