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Discovering Digital Information: What Every Lawyer Should know

Deleted information is never really gone.
April 18, 2013 Registration 11:30a.m. | Seminar 12 - 1:30p.m. 1.5 CLE Hours Register

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:   Attorneys in all practice fields will benefit from program.

OVERVIEW:   Discovering digital information encompasses more than hunting for hot documents and evidence.  It requires that you understand how computer investigations work in order for you to know what information to request and how to obtain it. In this program, Bill Dean, forensic and security expert, will teach you how to find relevant electronic evidence that will make or break your case.


  1.        1. The value that digital forensics can provide
  2.        2. The basics of cloud computing
  3.        3. The facts about Metadata:
  4.               What is it?
                  What information is and is not available from Metadata?
  1.        4. Why the delete key only entertains you
  2.        5. Answers to key questions about cell phone forensics: 
                  What information is available?
                  Where is it?

              GUEST FACULTY:
              Director of Forensics and Security Assessments

              Sword & Shield

BILL DEAN has more than 14 years of experience in technical field roles, including: programmer, systems support, enterprise systems design and engineering, virtualization, digital forensics, and information security.

In 2005, Bill was recognized as the primary architect for an Intel virtualization/server consolidation project and was awarded Network World’s “Enterprise All Star” and “InfoWorld’s Top 100 Projects.” Since that time, he has focused his career on the specialties of systems security, electronic discovery, digital forensics, and incident response. He served as the technical expert and provided Federal Court testimony in the 7th largest eDiscovery case in 2007.

Bill is a Certified Penetration Testing Specialist, Certified Computer Examiner, GIAC Certified Incident Handler (GCIH), a GIAC Certified Forensic Analyst (GCFA), AccessData Certified Examiner, and an active member of the International Society for Forensic Computer Examiners.


Received before or on April 16:
$65 NBA member; $75 non-member

Received after April 16:
$75 NBA member; $85 non-member

Registration must be received before or on APRIL 16 to guarantee written materials at the program. No refunds will be issued after the registration deadline; however, a substitute may attend for a registered participant.



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seminars Details

11:30 A.M.
12 - 1:30 P.M.
-------------------------------------------------------------- CREDIT: 1.5 CLE HOURS - GENERAL



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