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Digital Forensic Process—Introduction

By Rene Novoa, Senior Manager of eDiscovery and Digital Forensics More and more aspects of our daily lives are being monitored, tracked and recorded by electronic devices. Today, computers, smartphones and tablets can be found in almost every home and have already become obvious sources of electronically stored information (ESI) useful in both criminal and … Continue reading Digital Forensic Process—Introduction

DriveSavers CTO Joins USC Information Technology Advisory Board

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Industry leader helps shape the future of data recovery and eDiscovery through an advisory role at the University of Southern California NOVATO, Calif. (May 24, 2016) DriveSavers, the worldwide leader in data recovery, eDiscovery and digital forensic solutions, further strengthens its commitment to helping shape the future of data recovery and eDiscovery practices through a … Continue reading DriveSavers CTO Joins USC Information Technology Advisory Board

DriveSavers at 2016 National Cyber Crime Conference April 25–27

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Norwood, MA • April 25–27 Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office is hosting the 2016 National Cyber Crime Conference in Norwood, MA. The conference will feature three tracks of instruction: a track for prosecutors, a track for investigators and a track for digital evidence forensic examiners. Visit DriveSavers at booth #21 to speak directly with Rene Novoa, certified … Continue reading DriveSavers at 2016 National Cyber Crime Conference April 25–27

HR.BLR.com: eDiscovery 101 for Human Resources

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Originally published by HR.BLR.com. By Rene Novoa, senior manager of eDiscovery and Digital Forensics In today’s digital world, it’s increasingly common for businesses to go “paperless.” Oftentimes, the conversion to digital includes documentation prepared and maintained by human resource (HR) departments. These documents could include everything from handbooks and company policies to employee reviews and … Continue reading HR.BLR.com: eDiscovery 101 for Human Resources

HR.com: eDiscovery for Human Resources

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Originally published by HR.com.  By Rene Novoa, DriveSavers How to use it in the workplace Today, many businesses have chosen to go “paperless” by keeping important documents, including those prepared and maintained by human resources (HR) departments, stored in computers rather than file cabinets. By going paperless, businesses can experience a number of benefits, including search-friendless … Continue reading HR.com: eDiscovery for Human Resources

Recruiter: eDiscovery for Human Resources: A Basic How-To Guide

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Originally published by Recruiter. Written by Rene Novoa, Manager of eDiscovery and Digital Forensics, DriveSavers In today’s digital world, many businesses have gone paperless, choosing to keep important files and documents stored on computers rather than in file cabinets. Among these digitized files are, of course, the documents that HR departments prepare and maintain—e.g., company handbooks … Continue reading Recruiter: eDiscovery for Human Resources: A Basic How-To Guide

(HTCIA) WearableTechnology:­ What You Don't Know Is What You Need To Know

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Join us for the annual Southern California HTCIA Holiday Party! It’s that time of year where we get together as a family and celebrate! This year, HTCIA Southern California Chapter is gathering for lunch year at Steven’s Steakhouse in the city of Commerce. There will be a nice selection of dishes as well as 1 free … Continue reading (HTCIA) WearableTechnology:­ What You Don't Know Is What You Need To Know

Computerworld: Feds fund encryption apps that could cloak terrorists

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Originally published by Computerworld. U.S.-financed Open Technology Fund supports privately built encryption and other apps U.S. government funds have recently been used to support the creation and maintenance of commercially available smartphone encryption apps, according to public records. At the same time, U.S. security officials and some elected officials have complained to software makers that their … Continue reading Computerworld: Feds fund encryption apps that could cloak terrorists

Forensic experts from DriveSavers to Speak at HTCIA 2015

The annual HTCIA trade show, the largest conference for cyber security and DFIR professionals, will be held at Rosen Single Creek Resort in Orlando, FL from August 30–September 2, 2015. Digital forensic experts from DriveSavers will be participating in two speaking engagements, listed below. Advanced Forensic Capabilities for Mobile Device Recovery Tuesday, September 1 at 1:00 p.m. Presenters: … Continue reading Forensic experts from DriveSavers to Speak at HTCIA 2015