Posted on: November 03, 2016in Webinars
Social Media and Mobile Device Data Collection and Defensibility
With the proliferation of social media and mobile devices in our personal and professional lives, the need to collect ESI from them will only continue to grow. Each presents unique challenges for organizations, as they house different forms of data depending on platform and device type.
This webinar identifies and explores those challenges, discusses how to overcome them, and explains the possible legal ramifications of self-collection.
Download the webinar now for an informative discussion on what data is available to be collected, the challenges inherent in collecting from social media and mobile devices, and defensible practices for self-collection.
Meet the Panelists:
- Gordon Calhoun
Lewis Brisbois Bisgaard & Smith LLP
- John Evans
Senior Vice President, Forensic Services Group
Running Time: 64 minutes
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