This session will review the challenges of collecting and processing ESI from connected devices (The Internet of Things) and how traditional methods won’t work.
David A. Greetham, CFE
Vice President, eDiscovery Sales and Operations
Ricoh USA, Inc.
David A. Greetham is Vice President of eDiscovery Sales and Operations at Ricoh USA, Inc., responsible for driving Ricoh’s computer forensic and electronic discovery services strategies and growth in the U.S. Greetham joined Ricoh from HSSK Forensics, which Ricoh acquired in February 2012. Renamed Ricoh Forensics, Greetham oversees the division, which operates as the nation’s first private computer forensics lab accredited by the American Society of Crime Laboratory Directors/Laboratory Accreditation Board (ASCLD/LAB).
Throughout his career, Greetham has been retained by law firms and corporations as a Testifying and Consulting Expert in the area of Computer Forensics and is a Certified Forensic Litigation Consultant by the Forensic Expert Witness Association (FEWA). Additionally, he has been re- sponsible for forensic examinations of computer systems involved in theft of trade secrets, inter- net misuse, harassment, murder, fraud and alleged spoliation.
Greetham has testified as a forensic expert on many occasions both nationally and internation- ally. He is a frequent speaker for Bar Associations, continuing legal education events and indus- try associations. In addition, he is the inventor and developer of Remlox™, a patented forensi- cally sound “remote-collection” tool that has been deployed in 37 countries throughout the world.
A Licensed Private Investigator in the States of Texas and Florida, Greetham is also a member of the High Technology Crime Network (HTCN), the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE), and is a Certified Forensics Litigation Consultant (CFLC). He completed his Masters of Science in Forensic Computing from Cranfield University, considered as one of the top five technical universities in the world, which is based at the Defense Academy of the United King- dom.