Posts tagged with: Digital Forensics

Tragedy usually leads to two questions: ‘Why?’ and ‘How?’ Finding the answers to these questions can serve a range of purposes. There’s the human nature element of the grieving process and seeking to find closure. There’s also a focus on...
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Today’s organizations rely heavily on the use of electronic data to run their day-to-day operations. Employees frequently access and use computers, email accounts, file shares, customer databases, various cloud accounts, and other sources of electronically stored information (ESI). These sources...
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Preserve Data Quickly The practice of remote data collection is gaining traction in the litigation process. Over the past few years, the amount of remote collections 4Discovery has conducted has drastically increased. Attorneys are looking to collect data faster and...
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The business impact of COVID-19 has and will far outweigh the financial crisis of 2008, and is changing on a daily basis. Massive changes in the economy, government regulations, and social dynamics have impacted almost every industry in Q1 of...
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Electronic evidence can be the only concrete evidence in medical malpractice cases.  Unlike criminal cases where there can be fingerprints, DNA, surveillance, etc., medical malpractice matters often come down to just one or two pieces of electronic evidence.  Most medical...
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Chad Gough and Melody Haase are the featured speakers for an ISBA-hosted CLE: Litigating in an E-World: E-Discovery, Forensics, and Open Source Intelligence in Research.  You can register below.  We hope to see you on the webcast! The internet and technology continue to grow...
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With physicians and dentists across the country transitioning to larger medical groups, most of us have experienced some sort of loss of information.  Between all of the different practitioners that we see, at one point our contact or insurance information...
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Everyone has experienced that creepy feeling of seeing an ad pop up on their Facebook feed of something they’d just been googling the day before or felt paranoid that Alexa is listening when she chimes in all of a sudden...
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Phone activity is not limited to texting and talking anymore. A new bill that is gaining some traction in Congress would allow billing records from phone companies to be admissible as evidence in court, for crashes that caused death or...
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IS YOUR BUSINESS PROTECTED? Recent surveys show that small businesses represent 58% of data breach victims. Small businesses are doing more business than ever online. Unprepared organizations are easy targets for hackers and face increased financial risk. For a hacker,...
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