Digital Forensics and Electronic Discovery are maturing fields, and and more more companies are finding they need to operate in them as a normal course of doing business. Unfortunately, too many corporations find themselves introduced to these topics when an urgent need arises. A better understanding of them prior to an emergency state can help your organization better prepare to face the technological and legal hurdles that will inevitably present themselves. This week’s show we have Thomas Quinlan to explain this maturing field to us.
Thomas J. Quinlan has 13 years professional experience with technology, with extensive experience in network and application security, electronic discovery, and digital forensics. He has held positions at several technology companies, in charge of network and application security for some of the internet’s largest on-line applications, as well as leadership of large scale eDiscovery projects, and digital forensic investigations . He is certified in Computer Security (CISSP), Computer Forensics (EnCE), as well as Malware Reverse Engineering (GREM). He also serves as a member of the Editorial Advisory Panel for Linux Journal.
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