Computer Forensics 101: An Introduction to Computer Forensic Investigations
Wednesday, February 13, 2013 from 11:45 AM to 1:00 PM (CST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
During this course, our forensic experts give a high-level overview of a typical computer forensic investigation. We discuss the terminology, basic strategies and protocol that go into a successful investigation. These foundational elements will help you better understand how to prepare for a computer-related investigation, what to look for when searching computers and networks, and what questions you should ask your IT staff when you get a litigation or investigation trigger.
*Attendees receive 1 hour of MCLE credit.*
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Project Leadership Associates
Project Leadership Associates (PLA) offers programs to assist corporate legal departments and law firms in meeting objectives for professional development and continuing legal education. Our complimentary seminars leverage PLA’s extensive training and experience in the technology consulting space to address a variety of issues, including best practices, trends, and court opinions relating to the effective handling of electronically stored information (ESI), as well as more proactive topics such as litigation preparedness, litigation hold procedures and enterprise-wide information management. In addition to our scheduled events, we also offer customized courses for your organization's individual needs. Each course is one hour in length, and participants will be eligible for one MCLE credit per course. PLA is an accredited MCLE provider with the State of Illinois.