Whether for employee theft, harassment, data security or other events, corporations are conducting internal investigations on almost a daily basis to investigate claims and identify potential issues. These investigations can prove challenging when crucial evidence in a case is often located across disparate devices and platforms, and numerous stakeholder across the organization need to be involved. Investigative teams need to be prepared in advance for when the need to investigate should arise, to ensure it is handled quickly, efficiently and cost effectively without disruption to business operations.
During this webinar we will discuss recommended best practices for ensuring a successful internal investigation, covering everything from who should be involved to how you prepare when the investigation moves to potential litigation.
Keith oversees the development and delivery of AccessData stand alone and distributed e-Discovery, decryption, network analysis, mobile device collection and analysis, incident response and Litigation Support training solutions. 40,000+ government and civilian students have globally participated in 5,500+ AccessData Training events with current rates of 6000+ attendees annually. The AccessData Certified Examiner program maintains 5000+ members represented in 52 nations around the world While providing technology instruction around the globe, Keith provides the AccessData training vision while coordinating curriculum development, certification and education partner strategy.
IT Security Lead - Forensics and EDiscovery
Paul is an IT Security Lead for Rockwell Automation in Milwaukee WI. He oversees the IT operations related to Forensics, EDiscovery and elements of Cyber Defense. With this Paul serves as a technical and Investigative SME for our OGC partners to include but not limited to Insider Risk, Ombudsman, Litigations and HR. One of Paul’s core principals is the drive value, integrity and agility while also provided highly skilled and trained staff to support our business partners and their endeavors.
Prior to joining the Rockwell Automation Team he served the community as a Police Detective. In doing so he led operations for a Regional Computer Forensics Lab in Northwest Wisconsin. While serving in this role he was a member of the FBI Cyber Crimes Task Force, Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Force and several other investigative professional organizations. During his tenure as a Police Detective, Paul successfully prosecuted hundreds of Investigations for which he drove through the investigative life cycle. With this he has also investigated and prosecuted several Federal Investigations that ultimately led to Federal Indictment. Paul has also provided expert witness testimony in US Federal Court (Western District of Wisconsin.)
Paul currently holds the professional certifications of: GSLC, GSEC and EnCE.
Manager, Cyber Defense
Len a Manager in the Cyber Defense group at Ahold Delhaize where he is responsible for all Cyber Forensics services in support of internal investigations, eDiscovery, and Incident Response. Len is a Certified Cyber Forensics Professional, (CCFP) Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP), Certified Information Security Manager (CISM) and holds certifications in eDiscovery and mobile phone seizures. He is a member of InfraGard, the Electronic Crimes Task Force., and serves on the Customer Advisory Board of a leading Cyber Threat Intelligence firm.