HaystackID Educational Webcast
The release of Apple’s newest update to its operating system, iOS 16, delivers new features to iOS that allow users to alter and possibly even delete messages after they have been sent. These new capabilities have existed in other applications for years and are nothing new to investigators in mobile forensics. Disappearing messages and crawl-back functionality in email and chat messages have been around for quite some time. These cloak-and-dagger security capabilities are common in third-party applications used by criminals, security-centric agencies, and governments across the globe. However, with iOS 16, a new wave of chat manipulation and security features has gone mainstream, giving millions of users access to these more contemporary features. iOS has also created new challenges for forensic and legal professionals trying to conduct corporate investigations, eDiscovery, and compliance efforts on behalf of their organizations and clients.
This hour-long webcast includes expert descriptions and a discussion of new iOS features and their impact on mobile device data, from device preparation for mobile collection and preservation to mobile device discovery. The distinguished panel discusses:
- Apple iOS 16: The Implications for Legal Professionals
- Mobile Device Data Collection: Planning and Preparation
- Preservation Considerations: Tactics and Tripwires
- Spoliation: Concerns, Challenges, and Commentary
ACE, AME, CBE, Chief Information Security Officer and President of Forensics, HaystackID
As Chief Information Security Officer and President of Forensics at HaystackID, John provides consulting and forensic services to help companies address various matters related to electronic discovery and computer forensics, including leading forensic investigations, cryptocurrency investigations, and ensuring proper preservation of evidence items and chain of custody. He regularly develops forensic workflows and processes for clients ranging from major financial institutions to governmental departments and including Fortune 500 companies and Am Law 100 law firms.
Vice President of Forensics, HaystackID
As Vice President of Forensics for HaystackID, Todd is charged with developing, deploying, and managing the company’s discovery lab and a team of experts to support multinational collections, processing, and review. Approaching three decades of eDiscovery experience, Todd has personally led collections teams on international investigation and litigation support missions into more than 30 countries for some of the world’s largest corporations.
Director of Forensics, HaystackID
As Director of Forensics for HaystackID, Rene Novoa has more than 20 years of technology experience conducting data recovery, digital forensics, eDiscovery, and account management and sales activities. During this time, Rene has performed investigations in both civil and criminal matters and has directly provided litigation support and forensic analysis for seven years. Rene has regularly worked with ICAC, HTCIA IACIS, and other regional task forces supporting State Law Enforcement Division accounts and users in his most recent forensic leadership roles.
HaystackID is a specialized eDiscovery services firm that supports law firms and corporate legal departments through its HaystackID Discovery Intelligence, HaystackID Core, and HaystackID Global Advisory offerings. In addition to increased offerings, HaystackID has expanded with five investments since 2018. Repeatedly recognized as a trusted service provider by prestigious publishers such as Chambers, Gartner, IDC MarketScape, and The National Law Journal, HaystackID implements innovative cyber discovery services, enterprise solutions, and legal discovery offerings to leading companies across North America and Europe, all while providing best-in-class customer service and prioritizing security, privacy, and integrity. For more information about its suite of services, including programs and solutions for unique legal enterprise needs, please visit HaystackID.com.