What you’ll learn
The definition of electronically stored information (ESI), and the identification of the most common data sources encountered today.
Identify the Key Individuals who may be encountered during a litigation matter or investigation, where electronically stored information (ESI) is encountered.
What the Key Individuals and forensic practitioners should expect when electronic evidence is encountered in a litigation matter or an investigation.
The questions you need to ask of the Key Individuals, when electronic evidence is encountered in a litigation matter or an investigation.
No prior experience is needed.
Modern day investigations frequently require the identification, preservation, and collection of electronic evidence from a variety of data sources. The field of digital forensics is constantly evolving, and it is vital for all parties involved to work together to understand where relevant data is stored, and how it can be accessed and collected, in a forensically sound manner that is defensible and efficient.
In the course Data Forensics Class: Data Collections, you will learn what you need to know and the questions you need to ask when encountering electronic evidence in a litigation matter or an investigation. The course is comprised of ten (10) modules, including: Electronically Stored Information (ESI), Computers, Email, Network File Shares, Mobile Devices, Databases, Cloud Storage Services, Social Media Sites, Remote Data Collections, and Data Collection Considerations. Each module concludes with a quiz, to test your knowledge. Whether you are a forensic practitioner, an investigator, attorney, legal professional, in academia, or a forensics enthusiast, you are sure to find this course invaluable. The course author and instructor, Robert B.
Fried, is a seasoned forensic expert and industry thought leader with over twenty (20) years of experience advising law firms and multinational organizations on matters related to the identification, preservation, and collection of electronic evidence.
Who this course is for:
- Aspiring forensic practitioners, investigators, and even those who have experience with eDiscovery as an attorney, litigation support specialist, or a professional services provider.