AccessData webinar on 23 October: Don’t Let Smartphones Outsmart Your Mobile Device Discovery Needs

AccessData’s software range covers everything from identification and collection and all the other eDiscovery processes through to review, as well as computer forensics (which is where AccessData began) and cybersecurity.

AccessData has developed a particular expertise in the extraction of data from “Smart” devices, partly through the development of a dedicated software tool Mobile Phone Extractor Plus (MPE+), and partly through the skills of it’s VP Mobile Forensics Solutions, Lee Reiber.

Lee Reiber is one of the speakers in a webinar organised by Apersee taking place on 23 October at 1.00pm Central. As the webinar description says:

So what does the ‘Smart’ in smart phone mean? What it means to enterprises and Law enforcement agencies is an ever growing treasure trove of discoverable information: your call history, contact lists, IMs, social media, voicemail, videos, chats, browsing histories, apps, GPS location data, e-mail, and images (with identifying metadata). This means that mobile devices and the data they hold are going to continue to grow in importance, and being unaware of mobile e-discovery is not a good strategic position.

Yet even with this valuable information so close many criminal and civilian investigations are threatened because there are just too many types of devices, too many mobile apps, and too many data types for some to handle.

The other speakers are George Socha and Tom Gelbmann of Apersee. There is more information and a registration link here.

About Chris Dale

I have been an English solicitor since 1980. I run the e-Disclosure Information Project which collects and comments on information about electronic disclosure / eDiscovery and related subjects in the UK, the US, AsiaPac and elsewhere
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