2nd International Digital Evidence E-Symposium Stretches from Cyber Crime Prevention to the Courtroom

The Digital Evidence E-Symposium will be held online on the 11 May 2005. Its international outreach, cutting edge topics and line-up of world-renowned experts already makes it one of the 'must-attend' fixtures of this year for corporations, law enforcement and lawyers alike. Delegates can view presentations live on the day or via the presentation archive made available 48 hours after the live event.

London, (PRWEB) March 10, 2005 -- One of the main challenges facing law enforcement, corporations and the legal sector in today's virtual crime environment is a continuity of expertise, skills, technology, standards and best practice from prevention all the way to the court room. The inconsistency thereof often leads to vulnerable systems, sloppy recovery, unsatisfactory evidence or incomplete information somewhere along the line. This is only made worse by the expert witness roulette which currently plagues courtrooms internationally.

The Digital Evidence E-Symposium aims to bridge the gap between law enforcement, corporations and the legal sector by providing all camps with an indispensable insight into legal and technical considerations of digital evidence, whilst providing industry practitioners with practical advice which will have an immediate effect on their daily operations. The comprehensive scope of the E-Symposium is reflected in its title: ‘From Prevention to Courtroom’.

The E-Symposium will cover indispensable topics such as Training & Education, Evidence Collection & Analysis, Timeliness, Emergency Response, Emerging Threats, Data Mining, Vulnerability Assessment & Patch Mgmt, Risk Analysis, and Corporate Fraud Investigation. The technical sessions are broken up by round tables such as a debate on P.R. - Public Relations, Police Relations.

Speakers include world-renowned experts such as Allan Brill, Nigel Jones, Chris Buttner, Susan Brenner, Jennifer Granick and Peter Stephenson. If this isn’t enough to convince you, the event is reviewed by Warren G. Kruse II, Peter Sommer, Svein Willassen, Earl Moulton, Dara Sewell, Troy Larson, Bill Jeitner, Tony Dearsley, Peter Yapp and Carrie Morgan Whitcomb.

Registration for industry professionals is free of charge. “The Digital Evidence E-Symposium allows corporations, law enforcement and lawyers to cut back on travel expenses, save valuable time and tap into cutting edge knowledge whilst interacting with their international colleagues”, says Val-Pierre Genton, Managing Director of e-symposium. The free-of-charge strategy is expected to generate attendance levels in excess of 1,000 delegates and create unprecedented knowledge-sharing from experts to delegates. It seems that the E-Symposium covers every angle – not only can delegates attend high quality presentations from the comfort of their own office, but they can also interact with their international colleagues via cutting edge web-based instant messaging technology. Delegates can even create private, secured ‘rooms’ to have closed meetings. With training and travel budgets tight or non-existent, this certainly is deliverance for the legal, law enforcement and corporate communities. “Our mission is to facilitate the gathering of industry intelligence and to stimulate international knowledge sharing”, says Val-Pierre Genton. Well, it looks like the Digital Evidence E-Symposium 2005 does just that.    

About the organizer:
e-symposium Ltd is a London-based company which is pioneering international B2B web conferences (E-Symposia, E-Symposiums). Its E-Symposia combine the benefits of a world-class Symposium and the flexibility of the Internet and cutting edge technology. Each E-Symposium event program is carefully researched to ensure that the expectations of attendees, speakers and sponsors are not only met, but exceeded. To ensure the highest quality benchmark is attained, each E-Symposium is reviewed by a tow-tiered committee, consisting of internationally recognized authorities. This ground-breaking formula allows delegates to save time and money, leading to a sharp increase in attendee levels, which in turn gives sponsors exposure to a highly receptive and copious target audience of senior decision-makers. Delegates can view cutting edge presentations and engage in Q&A sessions with world-renowned experts from the comfort of their own office. They can event interact with their international colleagues via web-based instant messaging. What’s more, time difference and agenda clashes have been accounted for by the creation of a complete presentation archive, allowing delegates to view presentations at their own pace. Having been formed in 1999 with a mission 'to facilitate the gathering of industry intelligence and to stimulate knowledge sharing', e-symposium Ltd is today at the forefront of 'webolution'.

For more information and to register free of charge, visit the DigEv 2005 homepage at www.digev.e-symposium.com.

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