ESI Collections

ESI Collections In a previous post, we set out a general road map for handling the intake of a new ESI (Electronically Stored Information) matter.  Frankly, what new matter does ...

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Reflections On The OPM Data Breach

As I sit here reading my data breach notice from the United States Office of Personnel Management regarding their loss of my personal information (name, DOB, SS#), I can’t help ...

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The Ponzi Scheme meets Bitcoin

White collar crime and the Ponzi scheme have certainly made their move into the 21st century. Recently, Engadget (www.engadget.com) featured an article about the use of the electronic currency Bitcoin ...

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Classic Software Tools

As I sit each day gazing into multiple computer monitors, working on various computer forensics or ediscovery projects, it occurs to me that, despite having lots of advanced forensic software ...

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Computer Forensics – One for the “win” column (v1)

Recently, Peak was asked to assist a law firm who’s client, a large service provider (we will call them “Company A”), had had an account manager leave abruptly and go ...

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Apple Time Machine as a Discoverable Data Source in Forensics and Ediscovery

For years, parties to litigation have been demanding the production of data from various electronic sources. These sources have included desktop computers, laptops, servers, emails, and, most recently, mobile devices ...

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TWO FACTOR AUTHENTICATION

TWO FACTOR AUTHENTICATION (and why you should care) You may have heard the term “Two Factor Authentication” or seen it as an option while logging into one of your many ...

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