[Webinar] Falsified Documents: Finding the Facts Behind Fraudulent Files With Digital Forensics – October 20th, 11:00 am – 12:00 pm EDT – JD Supra

Falsified documents have been used to support (or defend against) legal claims for hundreds of years. While analysis may once have focussed areas such as handwriting, the composition of ink or the alignment of typewriter hammer keys, current analysis is more typically performed on the binary data of electronic files.
With the pace of fraud accelerating (not least due to the Covid-19 pandemic) analysis of manipulated or fabricated documents is becoming increasingly valuable. Extracting the facts of a documents history or creation can prove key in demonstrating a document has been falsified.
Join our experts from OpenText and Eversheds Sutherland to learn the importance of investigating falsified documents. Using tips and tricks developed from real world cases they will demonstrate how digital forensic experts uncover the truth about fraudulent files.
Speakers
Dr Tristan Jenkinson
Dr Tristan Jenkinson
Head of Investigations EMEA
OpenText
Tristan is an experienced expert witness in digital forensic investigations and eDiscovery. He is a Certified Computer Examiner, a Certified Fraud Examiner, a Chartered IT Professional and a Fellow of the British Computer Society.
Tim Browning
Tim Browning
Partner
Eversheds Sutherland
Tim is closely involved in implementing litigation technology solutions to assist with the resolution of disputes and the delivery of legal services. He is the author of the Hong Kong chapter of ‘A Practical Guide to E-Discovery in Asia’ published by LexisNexis.
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