A primer on the use of Digital Evidence and how Digital Forensics is used from an investigative standpoint. This presentation includes case studies of relevant matter types geared specifically to the interest of the audience, information on what is digital forensics and what is not, what information a participant needs to know about the accepted Digital Forensics methodology to ensure evidence authenticity, admissibility and accurate results that will withstand cross-examination.
Length: 1 hour to 2 hour and 30 minutes depending on case studies, amount of detail desired within the digital forensics methodology and other sponsor/audience-specific desired information.
|Benefits of Attending:
- Learn what Digital Forensics can achieve and the limitations,
- Gain an understanding of deleted and hidden information and learn a paradigm for being able to describe how data is stored, accessed and retrievable on digital devices, whether it is active, deleted, encrypted, hidden or otherwise obfuscated.
Attendees Will Learn:
- The wide variety of matters that Digital Forensics is applicable to,
- What a sound digital forensic analysis methodology looks like to ensure evidence authenticity, admissibility and accurate results,
- What to consider when evaluating a Digital Forensic examiner, either for employment or to engage as an outside resource