Webinar

September 12, 2017
1:00am GMT / 9:00pm EDT / 6:00pm PDT

Hyperscale Your Investigation and Intelligence Capabilities

How do you future-proof your investigative lab capabilities to handle the expanding complexity and volumes of digital evidence involved in cases today? During this session, you will learn how a lab model with workflows enables investigators to work together at a national level, giving them one view over multiple jurisdictions and multi-terabyte case files.

Learn how to:

  • Join historical and current cases into a unified investigative view, automatically identifying and linking key artifacts and intelligence items such as named entities and digitally fingerprinted material across evidence sources and cases
  • Set up collaborative investigations involving hundreds of investigators, officers, and analysts working together on cases—no matter where they are located.

Date: September 12, 2017

Event Type: Webinar

Event Speakers

Paul Slater

Paul Slater

Head of Investigation Solutions

Paul Slater is a subject matter expert with more than 20 years of experience in investigations, digital forensics and eDiscovery. Paul has held senior roles within law enforcement, corporate and Big Four advisory organisations. He was a member of the review board for the Association of Chief Police Officers’ Good Practice Guide for Digital Evidence.

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David Smith

Chief Information Security Officer

David Smith is the Chief Information Security Officer for Nuix.  He recently retired as an Assistant Special Agent in Charge for the U.S. Secret Service, where he spent more than twenty-four years specializing in computer forensics, information security management, and cyber-crime training and investigations.

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Michael J. (MJ) Staggs

PhD IS, Certified Forensic Examiner

Dr. Michael J. Staggs has more than 20 years of network security experience. His 13 years at the Consolidated Space Operations Center working for Contel, GTE and Lockheed Martin culminated in a Chief Security Engineer position for the 50th Space Wing.

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