There is data hiding on your computer that you aren’t aware of. This happens to everyone that uses a computer. Why is this a problem? What can this data tell investigators about you? How can this data leak to your competitors? Where is this data hiding, and why isn’t it common knowledge? Digital investigators are capable of finding some of this data, but not all. Some data is so well hidden that very few people know how to extract it. Some people intentionally hide their data, but most are simply victims to the computer architects’ loose ends. This presentation will answer all of these questions and more.
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About the Presenter:
Forensic Innovations Inc., President and founder, Rob Zirnstein has developed networking and data processing software for 15 years. First for D-Link Systems, then for Canon Development Americas and NowDocs International. For 5 years, Rob played a role in the International Standards arena representing Canon, Inc. as a Research Analyst. During that time Rob was a source of innovative product ideas that built on the emerging standards technologies that he participated in, one of which was patented (#7,127,491). Zirnstein received a Bachelors of Science degree in Physics from the University of California in Irvine, California. Now, Rob designs next generation solutions for finding the Dark Data, located on all computers and, often containing evidence vital in legal matters.
When: Registration & lunch start at 11:30 Presentation starts at noon & finish at 1:00 p.m.
Where: Rolls Royce - UAW Training Center, 2601 W. Raymond St., Indianapolis 46241
Lunch: R.S.V.P. by noon on Monday, January 17th by registering via our web site www.ARMAIndy.org
Cost: $15 ARMA Members / $20 Non-members / First time attendees free
Cost includes lunch with R.S.V.P. Pay online, or cash and checks accepted at door & receipt provided.
Webinar: You can also participate via webinar if you cannot attend in person - webinar available to first 10 R.S.V.P.s with specific request for webinar access - those folks will receive a follow-up email with webinar connection details.