Speaking of Techshow Speakers

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I know I just spent a lot of time recommending you look up Brett at Techshow, but today I was listening to the latest ESI Bytes podcast, and the more Craig Ball talked about forensics, e-discovery, and security, the more things I wanted to blog about.

In fact, there was so much good stuff in there, I decided to just tell you to go download it yourself.

Though, for highlights I love his CSI rant, the comparison of forensic requests to “If you have a hammer, everything looks like a nail” , i.e. you don’t always need it, explaining that requesting “all” metadata doesn’t mean anything (I’ve seen those requests), and the warnings about unqualified forensic “experts”. (Hmm, sorta reminds me of social media “experts”)

Like I said, there’s a lot to digest in there!

Then, if you’re going to be at Techshow next week, check out Craig’s presentations as well. Not only does he know his stuff, but he’s a really entertaining speaker as well. (Though I don’t see his E-Discovery Jeopardy on this year’s schedule, that was a highlight of last year for me.)

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