Join us on Twitter for a Live Event With David Greetham
Friday, January 26 at 12pm EST
@RicohLegal and @CL_Legal
David Greetham, Vice President of eDiscovery Sales and Operations, Ricoh USA, will be taking over the Ricoh Legal Twitter account to talk about the new Remlox™ Cloud data collection technology, part of Ricoh USA's Digital Forensics Services offering. He will be sharing insights on how Remlox™ Cloud adds a new level of simplicity to data collection and helps organizations target and collect only their most relevant data, with the potential to review it the very same day.
A Little Bit About David
David Greetham has testified as an expert on numerous occasions both nationally and internationally. Notably, David provided testimony in the landmark Coleman Holdings v Morgan Stanley case. He is a member of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners and is a Certified Computer Crime Investigator by the High Tech Crime Network. David is a Certified Fraud Examiner and is also a former member of the Association of British Investigators and Digital Forensic Research Workshops (DFRWS). He is a frequent speaker for Bar Association meetings and continuing legal education events.
David completed his Masters of Science in Forensic Computing from Cranfield University, considered as one of the top five technical universities in the world, which is based at the Defense Academy of the United Kingdom. In addition, David is the inventor and developer of Remlox™, a patent pending, forensically sound “remote collection” tool which has already been used in 36 countries throughout the world.
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