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Live Webcast - March 31, 2020
Computer forensics is a set of specialized techniques for collection, preservation, analysis, recovery, authentication and reporting of electronic data. A computer forensics specialist is most typically needed when an investigation or legal proceeding case involves one or more of the following issues: reconstruction of computer usage; examination of residual data; authentication of data by technical analysis; or explanation of technical features of computer usage or data.
The timing, scope or nature of deletions can yield key evidence in many contexts, such as intellectual property theft, hacking, bribery, fraud or sexual harassment. At times “smoking gun” evidence – perhaps in the form of supposedly “deleted” files or messages – can be found on computer hard drives, mobile devices, company networks or websites.
Robert D. Brownstone
Robert D. Brownstone has been an attorney for over 30 years. He is also a long-term technologist, thought leader and law school adjunct professor. For almost 20 years, Robert has practiced at Silicon-Valley-based Fenwick & West LLP, where he been the Technology & eDiscovery Counsel and Electronic-Information-Management (EIM) Group Chair since 2011. Working out of the firm’s San Francisco, New York and Silicon Valley Center offices, Robert advises clients and colleagues on electronic-discovery, information-security, data-privacy (including GDPR), retention-destruction policies and social-media risks and rewards. Since 2002, he has been a nationwide advisor, conference-chair, speaker, writer and press resource on many electronic information topics. Over the past decade, Robert has taught more than ten Electronic Discovery Law & Process courses at four law schools around the country.
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