Kelley to present a CLE webinar to Women in eDiscovery - Indianapolis Chapter on June 5 on the topic: Fabricating & Concealing Data on Smart Phones.

Twitter Math – A look at what you’re probably missing when dealing with Electronic Evidence

Digital Forensics

Twitter Math – A look at what you’re probably missing when dealing with Electronic Evidence

The ubiquity of electronic devices and its integration into our everyday lives has led to an astronomical volume of electronic evidence left behind by employees. Yet, Attorneys’, Human Resources’ and Information Technology’s understanding of where to look, how to use electronic evidence and what really goes on beyond just what is visible, only scratches the surface.

This presentation explores a wide variety of sources for electronic evidence, the usefulness and admissibility of electronic evidence in Labor and Employment matters and a deeper dive into what you’re probably missing.

Benefits of Attending:

  • Gain familiarity and comfort with electronic evidence and its use with Labor & Employment matters and other loosely related matters
  • Understand the value in considering electronic evidence use in proving the facts in your matter
  • 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:

  • A framework for identifying all of the electronic evidence which may be useful to a matter,
  • Why electronic evidence is more than just the content you can see, and
  • How to issue-spot gaps and potential problems when dealing with electronic evidence.

Presentation By

Greg Kelley, CTO | Founder

As a founder of Vestige, Greg has been involved in the digital forensics field since 2000. He is responsible for the creation of Vestige’s infrastructure and continues to oversees Vestige’s forensics team to provide consistent high-quality results in a timely basis.

Greg has 20 years of experience working in the computer industry. His various positions and responsibilities included custom software design and implementation, network management and security, database programming, disaster recovery and end-user support. For the past 15 years, Greg has helped Vestige become one of the few companies capable of performing comprehensive digital forensic investigations. He has worked on criminal and civil matters covering areas such as intrusion and incident response, intellectual property theft, fraud and uncovering hidden assets. Greg is experienced and has testified in State court and Federal court in both civil and criminal cases.