Tuesday, June 19 | 3:35-4:50 PM
Recommended Prerequisite:Experience with the fundamentals of collection of electronically stored information (ESI), use of e-discovery tools or forensic examination platforms
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge
Many corporations are deploying e-discovery tools across their networks to collect and preserve electronically stored information (ESI) for litigation matters. However, these tools can be used for more than litigation. This session will explore how these technologies can be used, what type of information they can process and where they can best impact fraud mitigation.
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Director, Corporate Investigations, Advanced Micro Devices Inc.
Curtis Tomlinson has more than 20 years of experience in fraud and intellectual property loss investigations and computer forensics in the high-tech industry. He is currently the Director for Corporate Investigations at AMD, Inc., where he is responsible for AMD’s global intellectual property protection program, computer forensics and e-discovery. Tomlinson's role supports AMD’s litigation team in e-discovery spanning preservation, collection and analysis of electronically stored information (ESI). He has been active in collecting and preserving ESI for civil and criminal matters beginning in the early 1990’s before many of the automated forensic and collection platforms were available.
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