The SLA-Minnesota Chapter invites you to attend "The Impact of Digital Evidence"
Please join us Tuesday, May 10 for an evening with Mark Lanterman of Computer Forensic Services. Computers have dramatically changed the way companies and their clients do business and how cases are investigated and litigated. Lanterman will discuss what the pervasive use of computers means to corporations and their clients, covering such topics as the benefits and burdens imposed by electronic evidence, how information can be recovered from computers despite being "deleted," and options for presenting electronic information. He will also cover non-traditional evidence sources, such as the iPhone, iPads and GPS devices.
Tuesday, May 10, 2011
5:30 - 6 p.m. Registration and networking
6 - 7:30 p.m. Presentation by Mark Lanterman of Computer Forensic Services
*Light appetizers, beer, wine and other beverages will be available
Donaldson Company Inc. World Headquarters
1400 W. 94th St.
Bloomington, MN 55431
Directions and a map available at http://www.donaldson.com/en/about/dciMap.pdf
$25 for library association members (SLA, ASIS&T, SCIP, MALL, etc.)
$20 for students, unemployed or retired
$30 for guests
Registration is a two-part process - register and send payment by Tuesday, May 3
1. Email name and contact information to email@example.com
2. Make payment through PayPal OR send check payable to SLA MN Chapter
Registration details are available on the SLA MN website at:
CONTACT WITH QUESTIONS
Rachel Wangerin - Rachel.Wangerin@gmail.com
Dru Frykberg - Dru.Frykberg@state.mn.us - 651.259.7177
Karen Mackey - firstname.lastname@example.org - 952.887.3018
About the Speaker:
Mark Lanterman is the chief technology officer of Computer Forensic Services in Minnetonka. Before entering the private sector, Mark spent 11 years as a police investigator and member of the U. S. Secret Service Electronic Crimes Taskforce. He has routinely assisted the Secret Service, FBI and the U. S. Attorney's Office as well as hundreds of law firms and corporations with computer-related investigations. Mark was recognized by the director of the U. S. Secret Service for his contributions to law enforcement.
Mark has worked on several high profile cases, including the investigations of Tom Petters, Denny Hecker and Trevor Cook, the Pioneer Press/Star Tribune litigation, the Republican National Convention protest investigation, the Paul McCartney divorce, and most recently the Intoxilyzer source code analysis. Mark is currently retained by Chief Judge Michael Davis of the U.S. District Court in Minnesota as that court's neutral expert.
THANK YOU to Donaldson Company Inc. for hosting!
Dru E. Frykberg | Librarian
Department of Employment and Economic Development
1st National Bank Building, 332 Minnesota Street, Suite E200 St. Paul MN 55101
Direct: 651-259-7177 TTY: 651-296-3900