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Device Seizure Tips for Attorneys & Legal Staff

July 2, 2015

Digital Seizure Tips for Attorneys & Legal Staff

As a private digital forensic practitioner, our clients come from several different areas. Pro Digital markets our services to private investigators, information security professionals, human resource practitioners and our biggest segment of clientele, attorneys involved in litigation practice, both civil and criminal. 1,165 more words

Digital Forensics

The ABC's of Fielding Data.

The Virtues of Fielding, by Craig Ball, Ball In Your Court

https://ballinyourcourt.wordpress.com/2015/06/29/the-virtues-of-fielding/

I am a member of the typewriter generation. With pencil and ink, we stored information on paper and termed them ‘documents.’ Not surprisingly, members of my generation tend to think of stored information in terms of tangible and authoritative things we persist in calling ‘documents.’ But unlike use of the word ‘folder’ to describe a data directory (despite the absence any folded thing) or the quaint shutter click made by camera phones (despite the absence of shutters), couching requests for information in discovery as demands for documents is not harmless skeuomorphism. 

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Legal Technology

The Virtues of Fielding

I am a member of the Typewriter Generation.  With pencil and ink, we stored information on paper and termed them “documents.”  Not surprisingly, members of my generation tend to think of stored information in terms of tangible and authoritative… 1,309 more words

E-Discovery

Importance of computer forensics and workplace investigation Toronto

In today’s world, it is important that the HR managers or supervisors conduct workplace investigation Toronto. If you suspect any wrong-doing, you should seek professional help for… 373 more words

Computer Forensics

Metadata

June 20, 2015

The Relevance of Metadata

There are numerous pieces of evidence that hold value in a digital forensic investigation.  Like all investigations, we try to answer the basic questions: Who, what, where, when, how and, if applicable, why.  971 more words

Digital Forensics

Review - Learning iOS Forensics

I reviewed Learning iOS Forensics, by Mattia Epifani and Pasquale Stirparo, for Forensic Focus.

Learning iOS Forensics is a practical textbook that aims to help digital forensics examiners of all levels to get to grips with the procedures involved in forensically analysing iOS devices. 160 more words

Digital Forensics

The Art of Estimation

June 12, 2015

The Art of Estimation (in Digital Forensics)

In business, there are definite priorities. Priorities are often driven by cost, time and available resources, regardless of the line of business in which you operate. 986 more words

Digital Forensics