You’ve heard about Alexa potentially becoming a witness in a criminal trial, but what about all the other new and unusual sources of data that may be useful as you prepare to commence or defend against litigation? With data originating from Slack to talking refrigerators and from robots, doorbells, thermometers, and other IoT devices, what does the potential deluge of data look like, and how are you going to collect, process, review, and produce it?
Join our panel of experts as we explore some of the non-traditional data sources that litigants are faced with today and what they may face in the future.
+ Non-Traditional ESI Fundamentals and Considerations
+ Audio and Video Discovery
+ Cloud Data, Collaboration Suites
+ Short Message Collaboration
+ The Expanding Internet of Things (IoT)
+ Scott Cohen
Scott is the Managing Director for eDiscovery and Information for Winston & Strawn LLP. In this role, Scott is responsible for all aspects of the firm’s litigation support technology, electronic discovery operations, and document review center management.
+ Michael Sarlo, EnCE, CBE, CCLO, RCA, CCPA
Michael is a Partner and Executive Vice President of eDiscovery and Digital Forensics for HaystackID. In this role, Michael facilitates all operations related to electronic discovery, digital forensics, and litigation strategy both in the US and abroad.
+ John Wilson, ACE, AME, CBE
As Chief Information Security Officer and President of Forensics at HaystackID, John is a certified forensic examiner, licensed private investigator, and information technology veteran with more than two decades of experience working with the US Government and both public and private companies.