BRUSSELS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--LawTech’s first educational track, Electronic Evidence, covers topics such as the new cases on Technology Assisted Review (TAR) in UK and Ireland, tools for competition investigations, privacy, data protection, regulatory requirements, and key trends in the industry.
Its second track, Digital Forensics, covers topics related to advanced forensics analytical techniques, solutions for encrypted devices, memory forensics and much more. According to LTEC2016 speaker Zeno Geradts, “Within video, image, and audio forensics, sometimes the question is asked if the recordings are authentic or not. There are several tools available to determine the authenticity of the multimedia stored.”
Finally, its third track, Cyber Security, covers topics such as The Panama Papers attack, encrypted text messaging, and cyber insurance pros and cons. When it comes to ransomware, LTEC2016 speaker Savina Gruičić had this to say "Ransomware has emerged as one of the most prevalent types of malware used by cyber criminals. Awareness is the best defense users have against ransomware."
"We are very excited to offer sessions on the hottest and most pressing topics of the day at LTEC2016," said Frederick Gyebi-Ababio, Director of INsig2 LawTech Europe Congress. "This year’s line-up includes a discussion of the most recent TAR cases, the new EU-U.S. Privacy Shield, Competition Investigations, and separating authentic evidence from what is not. Recent national security concerns have raised many questions about forensic evidence and cyber security."
For more information about the event, please visit http://www.lawtecheuropecongress.com.
About INsig2 LawTech Europe Congress
INsig2 LTEC’s mission is to create a cutting edge forum that addresses four core areas; digital evidence, forensic investigations, data analytics, and cybersecurity. These disciplines are at the forefront of organisational thinking. INsig2 LTEC’s guiding philosophy is to embrace solutions to empower corporations, law firms, and government institutions to limit the potential exposure to legal, financial, and reputational risks and to increase overall competence around these topics.