When collecting electronic evidence, it's not enough to take a screenshot and print it out. You need to capture electronic evidence in a format that can hold up in court. To make matters harder, electronic devices store such massive amounts of information that it's easy to overlook something that could be critical to your case. Are you being thorough? This practical program will show you how to preserve, collect, and authenticate electronic evidence from a variety of sources. Enhance your technical knowhow - register today!
Discover how to preserve electronic evidence stored on smartphones and other devices.
Learn the different tools you can use to extract evidence from smartphones.
Review best practices for capturing evidence on webpages and social media websites or applications.
Find out how to gain access to deleted, concealed, or encrypted data.
Use the tools at your disposal to get electronic evidence from opposing or third parties.
Know what you must do in order to prove that electronic evidence is authentic and admissible.
How to Find and Preserve Electronic Evidence
Obtaining Evidence From Smartphones
Collecting Evidence on Computers and the Internet - DIY Tips
Gaining Access to Lost, Hidden, or Protected Data
Getting Your Hands on Their Data - Subpoenas and Discovery Requests
Establishing Authenticity and Overcoming Hearsay Hurdles
MICHAEL C. MASCHKE is the chief executive officer at Sensei Enterprises, Inc. He holds a degree in telecommunications from James Madison University. Mr. Maschke is an EnCase certified examiner (EnCE), a certified computer examiner (CCE #744), a certified ethical hacker (CEH), an AccessData certified examiner (ACE), and a certified information systems security professional (CISSP). He is an associate member of the American Bar Association and has spoken at the American Bar Association's TECHSHOW conference on the subject of cybersecurity. He is currently an active member of the ABA's Law Practice Division, Technology Core Group, and is on the Fairfax Law Foundation Board of Directors. Mr. Maschke is a 2019 Fastcase 50 award recipient. He is also a co-author of Information Security for Lawyers and Law Firms, a book published by the ABA in 2006 and The 2008-2020 Solo and Small Firm Legal Technology Guides (American Bar Association, 2008 - 2020).
STEVEN B. VINICK is of counsel with the law firm of Stein Sperling Bennett De Jong Driscoll, P.C., and practices in the areas of personal injury law, medical malpractice, criminal defense, and general civil litigation. He is licensed to practice law in Maryland, Washington, D.C., and Virginia. He is the treasurer of the Montgomery County Bar Association and a member of the Executive Committee of the Prince George’s County Bar Association. He is also a member of the Maryland State Bar Association, the D.C. Trial Lawyers Association, and the Maryland Association of Justice. Mr. Vinick was the Maryland Association of Justice Trial Lawyer of the Year for 2011. He earned his B.A. degree, Phi Beta Kappa and magna cum laude, from the University of Maryland and his J.D. degree, cum laude, from the University of Baltimore School of Law.
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