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Dizzy New World of Cyber Investigations: Law, Ethics and Evidence

  • Thursday, February 18th, 2016 at 1:00 PM EST (18:00:00 UTC)
  • Ben Wright
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Overview

Increasingly, employers and enterprises are engaged in cyber investigations. The explosion of cyber evidence (email, text, metadata, social media, big data, etc.) about every little thing that anyone does or says creates a massive need for HR departments, IT departments, internal audit departments and other investigators to find and sift through this evidence. These cyber investigations are guided, motivated and restricted by a blizzard of new laws and court cases. Increasingly enterprises need professionals with backgrounds in cyber forensics, cyber law and computer privacy.

This webcast will offer ideas on managing legal and ethical risk including the risk that your enterprise would be the unwelcome target of a cyber investigation by an adversary such as a tax authority!

Speaker Bio

Benjamin Wright

Benjamin Wright is a practicing attorney based in Dallas, Texas, focusing on technology law. He serves as a senior instructor at the SANS Institute, teaching its five-day course, LEG523 Law of Data Security and Investigations. By means of that course, Mr. Wright has taught thousands of students from throughout the world. He chairs the SANS Institute’s annual Data Breach Summit. Benjamin advises diverse clients, both in the United States and outside of it, on privacy, electronic commerce and data security law. http://benjaminwright.us

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