AccessData: a webinar, a conference, ACEDS affiliation and more

I generally stick to single subjects in these blog posts, but AccessData has been busy announcing things and it is convenient to combine them in a single post.

Webinar on 17 January

I have written before about the current series of webinars which AccessData is running, mainly about forensic matters (I make that distinction because AccessData’s products and services cover a very wide range of subjects).

There is a list of the webinars in their Coffee Break Webinar Series – 2018 here. The next one, on 17 January (that is, tomorrow) is called How to examine mobile evidence in FTK. It is about the use of AccessData’s MPE+ and nField products to collect and analyse mobile devices properly and quickly. You can register from the webinar schedule mentioned above.

AD User Summit 19-22 June

I was a moderator and speaker on several panels at last year’s AD User Summit in San Diego, and I wrote about it here. It was as enjoyable as it was useful.

Registration is now open for the AD User Summit 2018, which takes place in San Antonio, Texas between 19 and 22 June. There is still early bird registration pricing; you can find out more and register here.

AccessData affiliation with ACEDS

The Association of Certified eDiscovery Specialists (ACEDS) is a membership association committed to promoting and verifying eDiscovery skills and competence through training, education, and certification. It is an organisation with which I have increasingly close connections, not least through participation in two of its London events last year, with wider ventures planned for 2018.

AccessData has just become a Gold Level Affiliate Member of ACEDS, giving it access to the wide education, training and professional development resources which ACEDS offers.

There is more information about this link-up here.

The AccessData Academic Program

Among the training programs which AccessData runs is one called the AccessData Academic Program which was developed to provide colleges and universities with the tools needed to help them offer digital forensics and litigation support training.

The worthy aim to to equip students with the practical skills necessary to help them get their first job.

There is more information about the AccessData Academic Program 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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