Digital Forensic Compliance Training

forensic compliance trainingDIGITS LLC offers New York State Bar accredited CLE courses on a range of topics. DIGITS LLC team of digital forensic specialists have decades of experience educated, lecturing and speaking to such groups as SUNY University at Buffalo, United States Securities and Exchange Commission, American Bar Association, United States Attorney's Offices, as well as public and private national and international trade organizations.


ASPE training

DIGITS LLC is proud to announce our  partnership with ASPE Inc., a national leader in providing skills-based training solutions for the Information Technology, Systems/Software Development Lifecycle, and Financial markets. 


We have designed a curriculum and course titled "Planning & Executing eDiscovery & Data Recovery Strategies." This two-day training, targeted towards information technology and executive business leaders, covers the reasons, purpose, and execution of creating a viable eDiscovery plan. This course will provide the attendee an overview of digital forensics and data recovery as well as the legal overview of eDiscovery. Students will take away a much better understanding of how and why to be prepared for discovery requests and be more informed as to what is available from discoverable data.

DIGITS LLC is currently offering a presentation training course titled "Computer Forensics 101: Proactive Compliance"  that focuses on the fundamentals of digital forensic analysis.  The digital forensics investigators can also specifically tailor courses to meet your organization's needs.  Current digital forensic compliance topics include cyber security, and data breach prevention.

Digital Forensic Compliance Presentation Outline

Computer Forensics 101: Proactive Compliance 

This Session focuses on the fundamentals of digital forensics analysis:

Real life case studies will be used to highlight what the digital forensic expert looks for on computers, smart phones and tablets. Identification of Electronically Stored Information (ESI) and how digital forensics is used to identify fraud as well as proactive compliance programs and regulatory inquires. You will learn what you can expect to gather from computers and smart phones whose contents become evidence in your cases.


Upon completion of this segment, you should be better able to:

1.    Understand the practical use of Digital Forensics in Data Loss Prevention (DLP).

2.    Understand what ESI is available from computers and smartphones.

3.    How to implement Pro-Active Computer Forensics techniques into Human Resource, Regulatory, Compliance, FCPA and other regulatory, compliance and Audit Programs.

For more information regarding these or other upcoming events please contact
Mike McCartney at [email protected]

digital forensic investigator


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