Wednesday 17th October, 2012
6:30pm to 7:30pm
Sooner or later, most organisations will require some form of investigation, whether it's looking into misuse of emails or the internet, breach of company policies, investigating a computer system compromised or a rouge employee stealing company secrets. While IT staff will often have the technical skills and interest to help, they can easily get caught in the minefield of technical, legal, and procedural traps that computer forensic investigations entail.
This presentation will help you understand the proper methodology behind a computer forensic investigation, enabling you to achieve the best results while staying well clear of trouble. Based on the philosophy that it's always good to learn from mistakes - especially someone else's - this presentation will be full of real world examples and practical advice to enable you to deal with these situations clearly and confidently.
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