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ACEDS Webinar: Forensics: The Foundation of eDiscovery
November 30, 2022 @ 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Webinar: Forensics: The Foundation of eDiscovery
Date: Wednesday, November 30, 2022
Time: 8:00pm CST (1:00pm AEDT 01 Dec 2022)
Register: Click Here to Register
No, it’s not CSI… but learn why lawyers & ediscovery practitioners should deploy basic forensic principles at the outset of every matter.
Join us for a one hour webinar on eDiscovery Day where our panel of experts in Forensic Technology, eDiscovery, Software and Government explain why a solid approach and simple considerations to collecting data for eDiscovery are required on every matter to avoid lost time, cost and spoilage of useful data.
Learn about the fundamentals of computers and data management (what happens when I create, move or delete a file on a computer or the cloud) and why it is imperative to understand this to run a dispute involving electronic documents. What commercial decision making should I adopt when a matter starts and how do I get my client on board? And what happens in the real world, what have our experts seen, what do the courts and regulators say you must do at a minimum?
Take away 5 key tips for getting evidence and data management for eDiscovery right.
David Kerstjens – Director, CFDS
Dave has over 15 years experience working in Investigations across the Financial, Education and Computer Crime sector. He began his Digital Forensic career at Victoria Police eCrime Unit before moving to ATO Computer Forensics Team. Since then he has worked at Law In Order in Legal Services and he is currently the Director of Digital Forensics for CDFS Digital Forensic Services establishing their Melbourne office who offer Forensic services & training to Government, Law Enforcement & Private companies.
Blare Sutton – Partner, McGrath Nicol
Blare is a Technology & Cyber professional who regularly manages highly sensitive engagements involving internal and external stakeholders, financial institutions and regulators.
Leading the Technology & Cyber practice in Melbourne for McGrathNicol, Blare has a passion for breaking through the hype and jargon of the technology industry to help his clients achieve their goals. He specialises in understanding business processes, risk and regulatory frameworks and jurisdictional requirements to provide practical solutions to technological issues. With a background in IT Advisory and Implementation, Blare specialises in Technology Advisory, Cyber Risk & Resilience and Crisis Management.
Angela Bunting – Director of Customer Experience at EDT
Angela is a recognised as one of the leading eDiscovery experts in Australia, pioneering and innovating unstructured data solutions and associated technologies. This experience has been drawn from roles at the Australian Federal Police, Nuix, an eDiscovery service provider and at Law Firm King & Wood Mallesons. If eDiscovery has been done right (or wrong) Angela has likely seen it and solved it.
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