Training on Computer Forensics in Los Angeles & Orange County
Training and Presentations
California State Bar approved MCLE presentations for MCLE credits.
(Offered in various length presentations, please see below). A partial list of presentations is provided below. DataChasers founder, Rick Albee, has lectured at home and abroad, and has published numerous articles on computer forensics and related topics.
Losing Your Intellectual Property?
An epidemic of IP theft plagues the business community. DataChasers specializes in computer examinations for suspected IP theft, industrial espionage, the fraud associated with these acts, and the methods used to prevent such loss. This presentation zeros in on the awareness and prevention of compromised intellectual property.
Criminal Defense, Family Law, and Computer Forensics 101 Presentations
Each presentation targets the specific genre. Attendees have regularly given these presentations the highest ratings across the board. The presentations vary in length from one-and-a-half hours to four hours.
Presenting Electronic Evidence at Court
How to organize evidence, create displays, and present to a jury in an understandable manner the discovery of computer evidence.
How to Be One; How to Know One; How to Find One
Rick Albee has served as the Forensic Expert Witness Association (FEWA) Orange County District VP, and as a representative to the State Board. He has testified numerous times as an expert witness in multiple jurisdictions.
DataChasers® offers variable length presentations for your organization, to accommodate any time parameters. Currently, varying levels of instruction are offered on Computer Forensics, and Expert Witness Testimony (DataChasers® currently holds state and local board positions on the Forensic Expert Witness Association):
- A one-hour Introduction to Computer Forensics; what it is, when do you need it, preservation of data (evidence), with examples drawn from case studies.
- Is Your IP Escaping? The epidemic of Intellectual Property theft effects all levels of business…theft of trade secrets has moved from dumpster-diving to hacking electronic data, often without ever being detected. This presentation zeros in on the awareness and prevention of compromised intellectual property.
- An entertaining two-hour learning-experience on the Essentials of Computer Forensics, to include what can be retrieved from the computer, and what cannot; when to call in an expert; understanding the need for computer forensics, and an overview of sample cases.
- A three-hour Advanced Computer Forensics presentation designed to equip the novice computer user with a knowledge of forensic evidence they can uncover without special training, tools or software (recommended length is three+ hours; see: Presentations).
- Expert Witnesses: How To Be One; How To Know One; How To Find One This presentation can be integrated into any of the above length presentations or given as an independent presentation.
The Goal of Each Presentation Is
A Selected List of Presentations Includes