Computers have dramatically changed the way companies and their clients do business and how cases are investigated and litigated. In this session, Mark Lanterman discusses what the pervasive use of computers means to corporations, attorneys and their clients. Mark will cover an overview of the benefits of and the burdens imposed by electronic evidence, including the discuss of several case studies and options for presenting electronic information. He will also cover non-traditional evidence sources, such as the iPhone, iPad and social media.
- How digital evidence can be leveraged during an investigation.
- Understanding where evidence may reside.
- How digital evidence can mitigate ongoing risk.
About Mark Lanterman
Mark Lanterman is the Chief Technology Officer of Computer Forensic Services. Mark is a current member of the
U.S. Secret Service Electronic Crimes Taskforce. Mark has 30 years of security and forensic experience and has
testified in over 2000 cases.
He is faculty at the University of Minnesota, the University of St. Thomas School of Law, Mitchell Hamline Law
School, the National Judicial College in Reno, Nevada and the Federal Judicial Center in Washington, DC. Mark is a
member of the Minnesota Lawyers Professional Responsibility Board. Mark has completed postgraduate study at