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            Digital Forensics & eDiscovery, Inc

            For Digital Evidence Experts™


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Atlanta Chapter Meeting - July

  • Wednesday, July 17, 2013
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • AIU Campus, Atlanta, GA

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The Atlanta ASDFED Chapter would like to invite you to attend their upcoming meeting.  The meetings are open to the general public.

Topic:  Major Litigation & eDiscovery / Mobile Devices – Data warehouses in your pockets

We will speak on lessons learned from being on a Major Litigation/eDiscovery and on the importance of Mobile Devices in eDiscovery. John Medeiros and Gary Lowe spent over 2 years on one of the largest litigation matters in the United States. Being involved on this matter gave them great insight into the things to pay attention too at the very beginning of litigation. In addition, Mobile Devices became a major part of the litigation, resulting in over 9,000 mobile device preservations.

Speaker:  Gary Lowe & John Medeiros

 Gary Lowe has 25 years Law Enforcement experience and retired from the Cobb County Police Department where he was last assigned to the High Tech Crime Squad. He created the first Home Depot computer forensics lab in 2003. He has been with Deloitte for over 8 years and is a Deloitte Forensics Discovery Senior Manager. He spent over 2 years working on the largest litigation e-Discovery effort in the nation where he led the Computer Forensic Labs,  Mobile Device Forensics Team, Quality Control Team, Remote Collections team and the Production Team. The team has created over 35,000 images.

                John Medeiros is originally from Hawaii, and living now in Nashville with his youngest son.  He was formerly part of the Computer Analysis Response Team with the FBI.  He retired from the FBI after 23 years, and is now a Deloitte Forensics, Discovery Manager.  He spent three years working on the largest litigation e-Discovery effort in the nation where he led the Mobile Device Forensics Team, responsible for over 9000 mobile device related preservations, as well as the related tool testing, and research.  He also organized and led the Evidence Team responsible for physical evidence and document archival related to the preservation efforts.  That team took in over 35,000 pieces of evidence and archived over 51,000 documents in a two year period.  Averaged over a 10 hour work day, the Evidence Team was handling a  transaction every two minutes.

Location:  AIU Campus, Atlanta, GA

Directions

    * From GA-400 N
    * Take exit 5A toward Dunwoody (0.3 mile)
    * Merge onto Abernathy Rd NE     (0.2 miles)
    * Turn left at Peachtree Dunwoody Rd NE,
    * Destination will be on the left        (0.7 miles)

Take the second entrance to Embassy Row (the guard house is at the first entrance, continue past and take the next Left.

The parking garage is directly in front of you as you enter and the University (building 500) is immediately to your left. You can park in the parking lot or the parking garage.

When coming into the campus building, please identify yourself to security as attending the ASDFED meeting.
Lunch

Attendees are encouraged to network at lunch at a local restaurant following the meeting.

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The American Society of

     Digital Forensics & eDiscovery, Inc

     For Digital Evidence Experts™

       2451 Cumberland Parkway, Suite 3382 

       Atlanta, GA 30339-6157

       (866) 534-9734



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