The session will outline challenges and best practices for digital
forensics and data recovery from solid-state devices.
The presentation, titled SSD Forensics, will discuss solid-state storage devices (SSD) and how they are rapidly replacing rotational media drives that have been in use for more than 50 years. The speakers will explore how technologies involved in SSDs pose new challenges to forensic practitioners, the inner workings of SSD and best practices for extracting as much information as possible during the digital forensics recovery process. The presentation will be delivered on
“We’re looking forward to speaking about the effect SSDs are having on forensic teams and offering insight into how attendees can move past technological obstacles,” said Bross. “As the only certified secure data recovery company in the industry, this is a great chance to share our knowledge and expertise in digital forensics and eDiscovery.”
With a combination of expertise and proprietary technology and methods, DriveSavers offers digital forensics and eDiscovery as legally defensible services that can be used to aid law enforcement agencies, attorneys, HR and IT departments, corporate legal and individuals. Engineers also successfully recover data from all operating systems and all storage devices from legacy to state-of-the-art. Authorized and recommended by leading computer and storage device manufacturers, DriveSavers is the only company in the industry to post proof of annual security and Cleanroom certifications. To learn more about DriveSavers forensic expertise, please visit www.drivesaversdatarecovery.com.
CEIC is an international gathering of security, legal, enterprise, law enforcement, government, and risk and compliance attendees, and features four days of keynotes, educational sessions and thought-leadership forums related to cybersecurity, eDiscovery and digital forensics. Visit the CEIC 2014 website for more information and to register: https://www.encase.com/ceic.