@UofSCLaw Legal IT Seminar:
“Digital Forensics 101”
March 2 @ 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
MAR. 2, 2017:
In today’s world, digital devices are generating massive amounts of data. This large amount of data must be properly handled and analyzed in a specific manner to ensure the integrity of the data. The science of Digital Forensics is very complex and can be overwhelming if the basics are not understood. The course will provide an overview of digital forensic terminology, concepts, and case examples that will be helpful for attorneys to handle their cases more effectively.
By the end of the course, attorneys will have basic information needed to understand the process of computer forensics, cell phone forensics, the main areas of focus in digital forensics, and the proper methods for seizure and search of electronic evidence.
The seminar has been requested for one hour of general CLE credit (course #171647). It will be held in the School of Law Auditorium and is open to both law students and members of the legal community.
The program starts at 8 am, but come early for coffee, breakfast, and a chance to network.