Great topic! Tomorrow’s Avansic and ACEDS webinar will discuss key forensic data and how to avoid mishandling or missing out on it!
Tomorrow, ACEDS will host the webcast Don’t Mishandle or Miss Out on Key Forensic Data (available here) at 1pm ET (noon CT, 10am PT). In this webinar, the panel will discuss the acceptance of IT advancements and the impact on collecting, processing, and investigating forensic data. We will discuss remote collection workflows and changes needed to conduct physical collections. They will also cover new data sources, such as collaboration apps and cloud services, and how they impact collection, processing, and forensic investigations.
Expert Panelists include:
- Dr. Gavin Manes, CEO, Avansic
- Mary Pat Poteet, Managing Principal, Poteet Consulting & Regional Director, Women in eDiscovery
- Lance Watson, VP & COO, Avansic
The increase in remote work changed the legal industry and how clients interact with vendors and their data. A significant amount of information has been moved from on-premises locations to private data centers in the cloud. Not to mention that more data is accessed or stored on personal devices, particularly mobile devices, which raises myriad complexities. In addition, proprietary access to data storage has been opened up further with APIs and formal methods to access data remotely. All of that adds complexity to capturing key forensic data that can help your case! Click here to register and learn how to avoid mishandling or missing out on it!
So, what do you think? Are you adapting your eDiscovery workflows to today’s challenges? If not, attend tomorrow’s webinar! And please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.
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