Guidance Software’s Enfuse conference (formerly CEIC) takes place in Las Vegas from 23 to 26 May. Apart from a few diehard forensics types, I must be one of the longest-standing speakers at this event, watching it grow over the years both in the range of topics covered in its many sessions and in the number of people attending.
Like last year, I am taking part in three panels:
I am moderating a panel called Judicial perspectives on current eDiscovery issues with US Magistrate Judge David Waxse and Ed McAndrew of Ballard Spar.
I am participating in a panel called Where’s my crown jewels? The link between data privacy and cyber risk management in the company of Guidance Software’s UK-based Country Manager Nick Pollard.
We are re-running a panel which I moderated at Legaltech called Time is not on your side when it comes to data security; as at Legaltech, the panel consists of Scott Carlson of Seyfarth Shaw, Ed McAndrew of Ballard Spahr and Adam Isles of the Chertoff Group;, and I am again the moderator.
The Enfuse site is here, and the agenda is here, with eDiscovery, forensics, cyber security, risk management and more spread across three very full days.