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Lindon, UT, United States, 2013/03/28 - Fifth annual conference offers up to 16.5 MCLE credits as well as educational opportunities in e-discovery, cyber security and forensics fields - eDiscoveryWithAccessData.com.
AccessData, a pioneer of digital investigations and litigation support solutions, announced today that lab registration for its fifth annual AccessData Users’ Conference (ADUC) opens to all on Friday, March 29th. Attendees will be eligible for up to 22 CPE credits and 16.5 MCLE credits, including 1.5 CLE ethics credits.
ADUC will be held April 23-25, 2013, at the Aria Las Vegas. In addition to speakers and exhibitors from across the tech arena, ADUC will feature almost 40 hands-on training labs from leading instructors and experts covering topics such as:
• Mobile E-Discovery 101;
• Using 4-D Search to Find the Smoking Gun;
• File Folder Structure and Other Under-the-Hood Topics in E-Discovery;
• Decrypting Protected User Data in Google Chrome and Apple Safari for Windows;
• Live Interception of Encrypted Network Communications;
• Chasing a Socially Engineered Malware Attack.
Along with the hands-on labs, ADUC will also offer an array of cutting edge lecture topics, including e-discovery and criminal law, law firm security and issues surrounding forensic recovery of deleted data. All are approved for MCLE or CPE credit and feature expert speakers from the legal, law enforcement and technology worlds.
Dan Abrams, ABC News legal analyst, attorney and author, will be on-hand as the keynote speaker for day two of the event.
Attendees of ADUC will have the option to attend preparation classes for SCE (Summation Certified End-user), ACE (AccessData Certified Examiner) or AME (AccessData Mobile Examiner) with all three associated exams offered at the conference.
“We are really excited about the shape ADUC is taking this year. The incredible educational opportunity available to attendees is reflected in our lab and lecture topics and in the large number of continuing education credits we are able to offer,” stated Devin Krugly, AccessData VP of Marketing and Business Development. “Now that lab registration is upon us we expect to see an even bigger surge in attendance. Our labs are structured for many to participate in hands-on instruction with all attendees given access to the presentation portion. We encourage everyone to continue to sign up for ADUC.”
Conference sponsors and exhibitors include McAfee, Global Legal Discovery, Magnet Forensics, Accuvant, UnitedLex and HTCIA (High Technology Crime Investigation Association).
AccessData Group (accessdata.com) has pioneered digital investigations and litigation support for more than 25 years. Over that time, the company has grown to provide a broad spectrum of stand-alone and enterprise-class solutions that enable a 360-degree view into the data at any stage of investigation. The company’s AD eDiscovery platform is an automated, in-house solution that addresses the e-discovery lifecycle from litigation hold to final attorney review. AccessData's AD Summation legal review solution is the gold standard throughout the legal community, having received 45+ legal industry technology and “Reader’s Choice” awards since 1997. More than 130,000 users in corporations, law firms, government agencies and law enforcement around the world rely on AccessData software solutions and its premier hosted review services.