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Forensics 2.0


Level: Advanced
Runtime: 59 minutes
Recorded Date: June 12, 2017
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Agenda

  • Forensics in litigation
  • Computer forensics in the courtroom
  • Recent themes in computer forensics
  • Computer forensics in practice
  • Questions and answers
Runtime: 1 hour
Recorded: June 12, 2017

Description

Collection of digital evidence is subject to different procedures and restrictions based on the type of legal matter. Increasingly, investigations are focusing on severs and log files, not just the hard drive. A comprehensive overview of electronic evidence can help advise on the merits of an investigation and expose threats that certain information can pose.

This panel will cover the implications of current FBI attitude towards personal devices & devices outside the workplace as well as the role of early data assessment (EDA), which is crucial for effectively managing investigations.

This program was recorded on June 12th, 2017.

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Legalweek

Panelists

Jason Fry

Senior Forensics Specialist
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

Jason Fry is a Senior Forensic Specialist in the Information Security & Privacy Staff, Security Protection and Engineering Section of the FDIC. Jason assists the FDIC with investigations into computer security incidents, employee misuse and policy violations, eDiscovery collections, Cyber Threat Intelligence, and other Legal investigation support. Jason joined the FDIC in July 2012.

Prior to joining the FDIC, Jason served in several leadership roles in the information security and computer forensics fields including Forensics Operations Manager for Driven, Inc, and Program Manager for ManTech International Corporation. Jason worked at ManTech running programs like the Combat Forensics program and the internal Advanced Cyber Threat team.

Jason has over 13 years’ experience in major forensic areas including criminal investigation, eDiscovery, intrusion investigation, corporate investigations, and data recovery.

Jason has a B.A. in Criminal Justice from the University of Georgia and a M.S. in the Management of Information Technology from the University of Virginia

Peter H. Day

Vice President, Privacy and Data Security Counsel
Bank of the West

Peter Day is the Vice President and heads the Privacy and Data Security Counsel at the Bank of the West.

Kimberly Quan

Lead, eDiscovery & Information Governance
Juniper Networks

Kimberly Quan joined Juniper Networks, Inc. in October of 2018 and leads eDiscovery and Information Governance (IG), concentrating on operational efficiency and maturity. She is a key member of the Juniper IT Security Team that focuses on Forensics, eDiscovery, Data Loss Prevention, and IG.

Prior to Juniper, Kimberly engaged with clients on behalf of her own boutique consulting firm, KayQueue LLC and, before that, notable global public consulting firms. She has led regional and global engagements with clients in the Americas, Asia Pacific and EMEA with IG and incident response projects that also involved other disciplines, such as data preservation, project management (agile, waterfall, and blended), and change management. Her cross-discipline and cross-domain experience lead to the identification of and managing against risk. Kimberly assisted Farmers Insurance Group with building a world-class information governance and litigation support program, which program was honored in 2017 with ARMA International's highest award, Excellence for An Organization. She is currently Program Director of the San Francisco Chapter of ISSA, Vice-Chair of the Pacific region for InfraGard SIG, and has been active as a board member of the High Technology Crime Investigators Association (HTCIA), Women in eDiscovery (WiE) and as a member of several other associations, including EDRM, ISACA, ABA, etc.

Kimberly studied political science and business and administration at the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) and has held leadership and technical consulting roles at Navigant, Nuix, Huron Consulting Group, FTI Consulting, LexisNexis Applied Discovery, and Oracle. She also has certifications and extensive training on a wide array of platforms and technologies, and currently serves as the President of the Bay Area Chapter of the High Technology Crime Investigation Association (HTCIA), located in San Francisco.

Hon. Elizabeth D. Laporte

US Magistrate Judge
US District Court, Northern District of California

Magistrate Judge Elizabeth Laporte was appointed in 1998. She has presided over numerous civil cases through trial or other disposition, including patent, trademark, copyright, employment, civil rights and environmental cases. She also has conducted over 1000 settlement conferences, handled criminal matters, and resolved discovery disputes.

A 1982 graduate of Yale Law School and a Marshall Scholar, she clerked for the Honorable Marilyn Hall Patel in the Northern District of California. She was a partner at the boutique litigation firm of Turner & Brorby, and an Administrative Law Judge for the California Department of Insurance. In 1996, she began serving as Chief of Special Litigation for the San Francisco City Attorney=s Office, and was named a Lawyer of the Year by California Lawyer. She has authored articles on patent litigation and settlement in the Northern California ABTL [Association of Business Trial Lawyers] Report, and has written on e-discovery. Judge Laporte serves on the Board of Governors for the Northern California Chapter of the Association of Business Trial Lawyers and the Executive Committee of the Litigation Section of the Bar Association of San Francisco. She is also a judicial observer for the Sedona Conference Working Group on Electronic Document Retention and Production.

Judge Laporte has recently been appointed the Alternative Dispute Resolution Magistrate Judge for the Northern District of California, is a past chair of the Magistrate Judge Executive Board of the Ninth Circuit, and was a member of the Jury Trial Improvement Committee of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals from 2002 to 2009. She regularly speaks at legal conferences and judicial education programs on patent litigation, jury trials, e-discovery, employment law, settlement, and other topics.

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