D4 LLC exhibited at the Computer Enterprise Investigation Conference (CEIC) for the first time in Orlando on May 17-20, 2009. I have attended the show for the last four years and it was an honor to present again on e-Discovery.
CEIC always brings together the most educated people on computer forensics, e-Discovery, information security systems and law enforcement. I participated in Guidance’s first “Birds of a Feather” meeting, where we discussed everything from collection of ESI, MD5 Hash Values and the finer points of the practice of law with technology.
I presented “What Goes Bump in the Night,” focusing on many of the new Web 2.0 litigation cases. Below is a video clip from the presentation on personal jurisdiction.
The Keynote Speaker was Leonard Nimoy, whose personal story of “trains, horses and starships” was extremely entertaining. He is also a very kind man who took the time to greet many of the attendees.
I look forward to CEIC 2010 and congratulate Guidance on a very successful conference.