Wednesday, August 12, 2015
08:00 am UTC
10:00 am CEST
04:00 pm AWST

Cost: FREE
Tackle the Legal Issues
 of Obtaining Digital Evidence in the Cloud
Data stored on cloud services or on social networks can reflect a person's motives, actions or consequences; which are essential to any investigation. But obtaining it is the real challenge. Does your agency currently face certain legal, operational and technical limitations in obtaining this important source of evidence?
Join our impressive panel of global industry and product experts,  for a live discussion where they will address the legal and operational considerations for identifying, collecting and preserving cloud-based media.
As part of the panel discussion, the team will address the following important topics:
  • Legal foundations for obtaining and using cloud data as evidence
  • Who is the owner of the data?
  • What are the jurisdictional restrictions for cloud-based data?
  • What are best practices for forensic cloud extractions?
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Pamela Kiesselbach
Senior Consultant, Corporate Crime & Investigations
Herbert Smith Freehills
Our panelists:
Pamela advises global and regional organisations on corporate crime, investigations and related issues.  Pamela specialises in large, complex, cross-border internal and regulatory investigations and disputes with particular focus on private international law issues. She has advised energy and telecommunication companies, banks, airlines and manufacturing companies on a variety of investigations, disputes and compliance in Asia-Pacific, Europe and the US.
Jy Millis
Associate, Corporate (Technology, Media and Telecommunications)
Herbert Smith Freehills
Jy is an experienced technology and procurement lawyer, and has advised both customers, particularly in the financial services sector, and suppliers on a range of commercial transactions including for cloud services, technology outsourcing agreements, software development, software licence, systems integration, support and service level agreements, and professional services arrangements.
In addition, Jy advises clients on issues relating to data protection, privacy and security, particularly in respect of cloud services arrangements. 
Shahaf Rozanski
Director of Forensics Products
Cellebrite Ltd.
In his role, Shahaf is responsible for defining and launching Cellebrite’s future solutions to the law enforcement industry, including the UFED Cloud Analyzer. Shahaf brings more than 16 years of experience in merging customer advocacy and technology which he successfully applied in various global industries.
Stephen Mason
Stephen is barrister, the editor of Electronic Evidence (3rd edn, 2012) and International Electronic Evidence (2008), the author of Electronic Signatures in Law (3rd edn, 2012), and the founder and editor of the open source journal Digital Evidence and Electronic Signature Law Review, which is a focal point for judges, lawyers and researchers.
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