Recovering Digital Evidence: Computer Forensics, Social Networking and Cell Phones, March 13, 2020

In Person  

or

Webcast

 

Description

Our digital world has expanded significantly. At one time, our digital footprint was contained within a desktop computer located in our home or office. Now in addition to desktop and laptop computers, our lives are documented within our cell phones, as well as our online social activities and communications. Business and personal data are now stored by third-party vendors in on-line storage sites.

 

With this expansion of our digital footprint, new responsibilities have arrived regarding preservation, analysis and production of a much broader range of data. How do push back claims of incomplete production? Spoliation? Is it possible to collect this material in a cost-effective manner?

 

This program will address those questions and will provide answers to many more.

 

Schedule:

8:00 am           Registration/Continental Breakfast

 

8:30 am           Digital Forensics – the process of recovering evidence from computers

 

10:10 am         Break

10:20 am         Cell Phone Forensics – the process of recovering and analyzing cell phone data

                        and     

                        Social Networking  – social networking sites available, collection and preservation options, and analysis

Noon               Adjourn

 

Speaker

John Mallery, founder and president of Mallery Technical Training and Consulting, Inc., specializes in the practical applications of computer forensics and network security. He works as both a testifying and consulting expert in a wide range of litigation matters, providing assistance with electronic discovery requests, deposition questions and clarification of technology issues

When
March 13th, 2020 8:30 AM   through   12:00 PM
Location
UMKC School of Law
500 E. 52nd St.
Kansas City, MO 64110
United States
Event Fee(s)
In Person $ 165.00
Webcast $ 165.00