The ever-expanding information technology environment is one of the biggest challenges for IT, e-discovery and digital forensics practitioners today.
It takes just seconds for anyone to open a webpage and download a new tool or application. BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) policies and the increased remote working since the pandemic have also continued to blur the lines between company and personal device usage.
Organisations need to understand how to get to grips with the expanding shadow IT environment and ensure they are able to acquire, preserve, analyse, examine and present digital media in a forensically sound manner, whenever required to do so for investigations, incidents or to support regulatory and legal compliance.
Join industry leaders to explore how you and your organisation can:
Daren Menzies is an International Trainer for AccessData where he is imparting his wealth of digital forensic knowledge after serving for 14 years as a Military Policeman in the British Army's Cyber Crime Centre. He also has experience of conducting Incident Response and Threat Intelligenceinvestigations in the Corporate world.
Trusted Advisor, Cybersecurity, InfoSecurity
Olu Odeniyi is a Cyber Security and Digital Transformation consultant who has 29 years’ experience helping blue chip companies and Small and Medium Sized Enterprises (SMEs) maximise commercial gain from technology solutions, including optimisation of business operations and processes. During this time, Olu held several key senior leadership, strategic and operational positions, in the public and private sectors, where he gained awards for innovation. Olu’s passion to see senior leaders and business owners safeguard their companies from cybercrime, has led to his focus on championing pragmatic and holistic pathways for an organisation to increase their cyber security posture.
National Cyber Lead
Police Digital Security Centre