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Thursday, June 29, 2017


Digital Forensics For Criminal Defense Attorneys

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Start Date:  6/29/2017 1:00 PM EST
End Date:  6/29/2017 2:30 PM EST

Digital Forensics For Criminal Defense Attorneys

Webinar Faculty: Dr. Andy Cobb, One Source Discovery

June 29, 2017 at 1:00 p.m. EST (90 minutes)

About the Webinar:  This webinar covers the basics of digital forensics for computer and phones and delves into a variety of practical scenarios as well as strategies and tactics for challenging law enforcement to refute or mitigate allegations.

About the Faculty: Dr. Cobb is the CEO of One Source Discovery, a full service Digital Forensics firm. He developed the strict procedures used during forensic collections and analysis to ensure accuracy, verifiability and repeatability. Dr. Cobb is the creator the patented BlackBox remote forensic collection software tool. Prior to his position at One Source Discovery, he was the founder and President/CEO of AC Forensics and Assistant Professor at the University of Louisville. Dr. Cobb has served as a consultant on hundreds of Electronic Discovery matters, provided expert testimony on various Digital Forensics matters in Federal and State Courts, given several talks and CLE's related and published numerous technology journal articles.

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