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Inaugural Symposium on eCrime – Dealing with Multiple Data Sources
Studies show that the average person generates about 100 megabytes of data per minute. While most people leverage technology for work and personal activities, it can also be a tool for criminal offenses. On February 28, 2022, the Henry C. Lee Institute of Forensic Science held a virtual symposium on e-crime. The symposium covered topics such as cell phone forensics, email investigations, and deep fakes. CloudNine Senior Director Rick Clark was featured on a panel alongside Amber Schroader, CEO of Paraben Software, and Christa Miller, managing editor at Forensic Focus. The panel addressed how data from multiple sources can aid an investigation or discovery workflow.
Panel Discussion Points:
- Concerns from stakeholder perspectives (particular focus on HR, legal, and IT teams)
- Case studies involving modern data in criminal cases
- Data privacy and ownership
- The “human” element of the generation and interpretation of data
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