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4Discovery provides onsite CLE Programs in the convenience of your law firm’s conference room Bringing Electronic Discovery Knowledge to You Looking for a convenient way to complete your mandatory CLE Requirements? Would you like to achieve CLE credits in the convenience...
Would Data be Recoverable From Malaysian Flight 370 Passenger’s Mobile Devices? If Malaysian flight 370 is ever recovered, could draft text messages, videos, and other electronically stored information retrieved from passenger’s mobile phones and other digital devices help tell the story...
Tablets and Smart Phones Have Out-Shipped Laptops for the First Time Ever Mobile device use in the workplace is changing the landscape of Computer Forensics and Electronic Discovery like never before. The opportunities for investigators and litigation attorneys are significant,...
Jeffrey Hartman Partner, 4Discovery @Jeff4Discovery Survey of inside counsel at Fortune 1,000 companies highlights growing BYOD fears The Scenario You are the general counsel of an investment firm and have recently learned that your company has been accused of trade...
Jury returns guilty verdict for “front-running” Anthony Balzanto, a partner at the Chicago-based computer forensics firm, 4Discovery, provided critical testimony last week in the SEC v. Yang[1] Insider trading case, resulting in the jury returning a guilty verdict for front running and...
Photos from Social Media & Websites Play Prominent Role in Ex-Cops, Firefighter’s Disability Fraud Case in New York [1] In our business, we often witness people engaged in the most stupid, repulsive, and often illegal activity.  Rarely has this fact...
Tips from the Trenches:  A Computer Forensics Perspective 73% of small to mid-sized companies suffered a data breach last year Here’s an overview of the most notable data breaches from the last few weeks… Snapchat, the online photo sharing site...
Mobile Device Forensics Uncovers 513 Deleted Messages Related to Gulf Spill “I would have presented those to the Grand Jury”        -FBI Special Agent Kelly Bryson on the deleted text messages       The Background The grainy...
Investigators on the scene issued a drug & alcohol test on the engineer…and grabbed his mobile phone for forensic analysis[1] The New York Metro-North Railroad commuter train raced into the tight 30 MPH curve at an astonishing 82 MPH, according...
4Discovery’s Own Josh Fazio Interviewed in “Security Management” Magazine When authorities arrested the two-time convicted child molester, they knew images on his mobile phone would be critical in proving their case.  What they didn’t expect was how the accused would...