An Introduction to Computer Forensics - Training For Solicitors and Barristers
Computer media can yield a wealth of information which is crucial to the outcome of a case, be it criminal or civil; but how can a computer forensics expert help you? Griffin Forensics is happy to provide a 'lunch time' talk. Training For Solicitors and Barristers" at your practice or chambers to provide you with an understanding of some of the ways in which we can help.
We have been (and are often) asked to 'just print' everything that is on the hard disk drive; this is not the best use of resources and would be extremely expensive and time consuming. In "An Introduction to Computer Forensics - Training for Solicitors and Barristers" we will give you an idea of the mountains of paperwork that you would have to go through if we were to 'just print' everything.
During "An Introduction to Computer Forensics - Training for Solicitors and Barristers" we will provide you with an overview of what imaging is and why it is different from copying the computer media, the ways which we can search for data, what happens to deleted files (and can they be recovered), an overview of PDA analysis, Sat Nav analysis, Mobile Phone Analysis plus further information which may assist when you decide whether to instruct a computer forensics expert for your next case.
Basic Computer Forensics Training - Corporate
Most businesses will, from time to time, have to deal with computer incidents which may result in litigation or employment tribunals. During Basic Computer Forensic Training we will show you how to avoid the critical failures during the early stages of an investigation which can invalidate all of the hard work that normally results from such incidents.
Unfortunately, if you make a mistake with computer evidence, the damage may not be recoverable. For example, a computer being switched on by the investigator to check for suspicious activity will change dates and times and the activity by the investigator will leave some trail.
During Basic Computer Forensics Training we will explain:
At the end of Basic Computer Forensics Training - Corporate you will not be a computer investigator
but you will know how to confidently deal with a computer incident so as not to jeopardise any subsequent legal hearings. The course can be tailored to your specific requirements and can be held near our offices or at a suitable venue of your choosing.
For more information about "An Introduction to Computer Forensics - Training For Solicitors and Barristers" or "Basic Computer Forensics Training - Corporate" call 01280 707190 or eMail email@example.com.