As blockchain, cryptocurrency and non-fungible tokens (NFTs) become more mainstream, it’s important to understand the investigational considerations. Tomorrow’s webcast from HaystackID hosted by EDRM will discuss blockchain cryptocurrency and NFT investigations!
Tomorrow, EDRM will host the HaystackID encore presentation of the webcast Considerations and Challenges for Blockchain, Cryptocurrency and NFT Investigations at 1pm ET (12pm CT, 10am PT). During this expert session led by two of the world’s leading cybersecurity, information governance, and legal discovery digital forensics experts, presentation attendees will learn the foundational basics of blockchain, cryptocurrencies, and NFTs, including discussion of an examination of raw data on blockchain ledgers, research of specific addresses and transactions as part of an investigational process, and consideration of NFTs from an investigational and eDiscovery perspective.
Presenting Experts include:
- John Wilson, ACE, AME, CBE, Chief Information Security Officer and President of Forensics, HaystackID
- Rene Novoa, Director of Forensics, HaystackID
With the increasing importance of privacy and security in today’s business world coupled with the advancement and acceptance of transaction technologies ranging from blockchain and cryptocurrencies to NFTs, today’s digital forensics professionals are behind the proverbial power curve if they do not have a basic understanding of these emerging technologies. They are further behind that curve if they do not understand the investigational considerations and challenges of these technologies as they move from aspirational advancements to accepted and practical business tools. Click here to register and learn more about blockchain cryptocurrency and NFT investigations!
So, what do you think? Do you know these advanced transaction technologies? If not, now’s your chance to learn! Please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.
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