As data volumes are exploding, so too are the potential data sources that require analysis for investigations. Wading through such volumes can take time corporations don’t have and may incur unnecessarily high costs. Growing data volumes for corporate investigations and compliance create a critical need for methods, technologies, and processes to quickly analyze massive amounts of communications and information. One such technology is conceptual analytics, which corporations and government agencies have used to assist with cyber discovery, information governance, and legal discovery audits, investigations, and litigation.
In this expert presentation, a panel of digital forensics, investigations, and legal discovery experts will discuss and explore the foundations of analytics and highlight workflows, methods, and applications that can be leveraged in compliance initiatives, investigations, and discovery efforts of all kinds.
+ Warren G. Kruse II
Warren is Vice President of Data Forensics and Consulting at HaystackID. In this role Mr. Kruse provides electronic discovery, data forensics, cybersecurity/incident response, and consulting services to assist with litigation, compliance, and investigations. He is an author of the book “Computer Forensics: Incident Response Essentials,” published by Addison-Wesley, and served as technical editor of the book “Computer Forensic Jumpstart.”
+ Bobby Malhotra
Bobby Malhotra is eDiscovery counsel with Munger, Tolles & Olson. His practice focuses on navigating complex eDiscovery litigation issues using his unique combination of technical knowledge and legal experience.
+ Robert “Bobby” Kruse
Bobby Kruse is an eDiscovery and digital forensic practitioner who has worked both in-house and as a consultant. He is currently part of the Global forensics, investigation, and eDiscovery group at Intel Inc., where he acts as Intel’s subject matter expert on all things eDiscovery.