iDiscovery Solutions Director Brandon Leatha to be Featured Digital Forensics Speaker at 2016 CTIN Conference in Burien, Washington

Saturday, March 12, 2016 - 15:00

iDiscovery Solutions, Inc. (iDS), an award-winning, legal technology expert services firm, announced today that Director  Brandon Leatha will be a featured speaker at the 2016 Computer Technology Investigators Network (CTIN) Digital Forensics Conference. The 4th annual conference will be held at the Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission in Burien, Washington from March 14-16, 2016.


Mr. Leatha is an e-Discovery,  data analytics and  digital forensics expert, as well as a member of the 2016 CTIN Executive Board. His presentation, “Windows Event Log Forensics,” will will cover tools and techniques for analyzing windows event logs with an emphasis on using event log artifacts from computers, mobile devices, cloud services and other sources of electronically stored information (ESI) in support of investigations. Mr. Leatha’s session will take place from 8:00 am – 9:00 am and again from 9:15 am -10:15 am PT on Wednesday, March 16.


“I’m excited to be presenting once again at the CTIN Conference along with another great lineup of digital forensics experts,” said Mr. Leatha. “I’m looking forward to sharing what I know about Windows Event Logs and the difference the log artifacts can make when it comes to investigations. The session will be informative and educational, with immediate takeaways for attendees involved in digital forensics investigations and incident response.”


Craig Ball (co-founder of the Georgetown University’s Law Center E-Discovery Training Academy), Russ McRee, (director of the Security Response and Investigations team for Microsoft’s Windows & Devices Group), Steve Beltz (Assistant Director of the Federal Recovery Operation Center) and Troy Larson (Microsoft’s senior forensic investigator) are among the many industry experts who will be presenting on mobile device forensics, big data, cybersecurity, incident response, covert communications and more.  For additional information about the conference, please visit