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Please join us for our April chapter meeting. We are doing a "Lunch-N-Learn" style meeting. So come out, enjoy a free lunch (made possible by our sponsor), and learn something from our speaker. You can read about our sponsors at the end of this message.

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Speaker and Presentation Information

Presentation: Computer Forensics for Employment Issues - Many people know that they can use computer forensics to find out who stole what and when. What people don’t consider is how computer forensics can help in other employment issues such as terminations, tracking overtime pay and document authentications. The presentation will include real world case studies so one can see how forensics can be applied to a range of employment issues that a business may face.

Speaker(s): Damon Hacker and Greg Kelley:

Damon Hacker: Since 2000, Damon Hacker has been a pioneer in the Computer Forensics industry, helping to shape the techniques, processes and technology for its use within the legal process. Mr. Hacker is one of the founders of Vestige, and brings to Vestige more than 20 years in the technology arena, including a background in IT Security and IT Auditing.

As President & CEO of Vestige, Mr. Hacker is helping to shape this important and fast-moving industry. He is active in a number of organizations including the International Society of Forensic Computer Examiners (ISFCE), Northeast Ohio’s IT Roundtable (NOITR), the Information Systems Audit & Control Association (ISACA) and the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE).

He has testified in both State & Federal court as a Computer Forensic expert, has been heard on the Legal Broadcast Radio Network and has testified before the Judicial Conference of the United States on proposed rule changes to Civil Procedure that affect the Computer Forensics and litigation industries. He has also been seen in Inc Technology magazine and Crain’s Cleveland Business.

Mr. Hacker is in demand as a speaker on the subjects of computer forensics, IT security, IT auditing, computer fraud and white collar crime. Damon earned his Master in Business Administration from the Weatherhead School of Management, and his undergraduate degree from Case Western Reserve University. In addition, he holds the Certified Computer Examiner (CCE) certification from the International Society of Forensic Computer Examiners and the Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) certification from the Information Systems Audit and Control Association (ISACA).

Prior to starting Vestige, Damon owned and operated two predecessor companies and held various positions in industry. A native of Sylvania (Toledo), Ohio, Damon, his wife Jennifer, three sons and daughter currently reside in Medina, Ohio a suburb of Cleveland.

Greg Kelley: As a co-founder of Vestige and its current CTO, Greg is instrumental to Vestige’s forensic and e-Discovery services. Greg’s responsibilities include overseeing day-to-day operations, internal Information Systems infrastructure and performing as well as help managing the computer forensic investigations performed by Vestige.

Greg has over a decade of experience working in the computer industry. Greg’s various positions and responsibilities included custom software design and implementation, network management and security, database programming, disaster recovery and end-user support. For the past several years Greg has helped Vestige, and its predecessors become one of the few companies capable of performing computer forensic investigations. Greg has worked on criminal and civil litigations covering areas such as intrusion and incident response, intellectual property theft, fraud and uncovering assets. Greg has testified in State court and Federal court in both civil and criminal cases.

Greg holds the professional designations of Encase Certified Examiner and Digital Forensics Certified Practitioner. He is an active participant in the computer forensics industry having spoken at conferences such as Techno Forensics, ISS World, CEIC and PFIC.

While headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio, Vestige supports litigation across the United States. Much of our work does come from the Great Lakes Region, including Ohio, Pennsylvania, Indiana, Michigan and Illinois, but routinely support cases on a Nationwide (and international)
basis.

Prior to Vestige, Greg was a founder in two predecessor companies that performed computer consulting services in the Ohio region. Greg graduated cum laude with a Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering and a minor in artificial intelligence from Case Western Reserve University. Originally from Chicago, IL, Greg and his wife, Stacey, reside in North Royalton, OH, a suburb of Cleveland.

About Our Sponsors

Please take a moment to read about all of our sponsors. It is with their help that we can provide these meetings to you, free of charge.

Our Other Current Sponsors:

Vestige Digital Investigations: http://www.vestigeltd.com

Information Security Summit: http://www.informationsecuritysummit.org

Cadre: http://cadre.net

Comments

  • Ted K.

    The discussion and presentation by Vestige had great content. Electronic devices can hide data in many places people may not look. Good forensics will help you understand behaviors and recreate events.

    3 years ago