|| CPE Credit: 2 |
Course Level: Intermediate
Prerequisite:A basic familiarity with digital evidence sources and collection in a fraud examination
In 2009, at the height of the U.S. financial crisis, companies such as Intel and even the U.S. government began allowing employees to use their own mobile devices (iPad, iPhone, Android, Blackberry, etc.) for business purposes. This move allowed millions of dollars in cost savings to companies because they no longer had to provide IT support or maintain costly physical infrastructure. By cutting this spending, companies could save or delay layoffs. However, this trend has led to the emergence of a new issue. What do companies do, or how do companies plan, when involved in litigation or business matters requiring forensic collection of company electronic data?
As a fraud examiner, it is vital that all available evidence be reviewed to facilitate the most complete conclusions. This course discusses the technical challenges of collecting electronically stored information (ESI) in a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) environment.
You Will Learn How To:
Ask questions to ensure complete data
Use Case Law references to assist in requesting ESI from BYOD devices
Prevent unnecessary exposure from BYOD policies
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PRESENTERS: Dustin Sachs, CFE, CCE, EnCE
RECORDING DATE: September 26, 2013
DURATION: 100 MINUTES
FIELD OF STUDY: Computer Science
Last Updated: September 2013
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