Mobile Device Forensics and Beyond: The New Frontier

Presented by

Michael Sarlo - EnCE, CBE, CCLO, RCA, CCPA

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With mobile phones and tablets now ubiquitous in the modern workplace, attorneys and litigation support professionals need to be prepared to forensically preserve these robust digital repositories, extract information from them, and produce extracted information in a way that displays evidence true to its original format. This expert presentation will cover best practices for handling a mobile device at the outset of a matter, provide a framework for working with custodians to ensure a smooth forensic collection process, and highlight the differences between different forensic extraction types and how they affect data retrieval. Key Presentation Topics Include: + New Matter Intake Questions and Considerations + Tracking Devices and Users + Data Types and Forensic Extractions + Android and iOS Considerations + Challenges and Solutions: Review, Production, and PII + Cellebrite-Relativity Integrator Presentation Leader: Michael Sarlo - EnCE, CBE, CCLO, RCA, CCPA Michael is the Vice President of eDiscovery and Digital Forensics for HaystackID. In this role, Michael facilitates all operations related to electronic discovery, digital forensics, and litigation strategy both in the US and abroad while working on highly complex forensic and e-Discovery projects. Michael is fluent in a wide variety of digital forensic, ECA, e-Discovery processing and hosting technologies in addition to the IT infrastructure associated with deploying and administering such tools. He is also a frequent speaker on digital forensics best practices, GDPR issues, ESI treatment methodologies, and cost containment strategies for working with massive volumes of data. Michael is an expert witness and holds certifications around several forensic tools including Cellebrite, EnCase, and BlackLight. He is also a Relativity Certified Administrator (RCA).
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