Information Systems Security Association, Inland Empire Chapter

e-Discovery in the Trenches

Presented by Andy Spruill on Tuesday, November 24th, 2009 from 5:30 - 8:30pm.

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Andy Spruill in his role of Head of Risk Management shares with us his experience from numerous eDiscovery cases both on behalf of Guidance Software and for clients of Guidance Software. Rather than talking at a high level about abstract notions, Andy will take you through the down and dirty of what you will actually need to do, from identifying what to collect to documentation.


Andy currently serves as the head of Risk Management for Guidance Software, the maker of EnCase(r) - the world's leading digital investigative platform. In this position, Andy combines his expertise as a security professional and digital forensic investigator to help Guidance identify and mitigate areas of potential risk.

Andy began his professional career by serving overseas as a Special Agent with US Army Intelligence. During his time in the military he actively took part in numerous intelligence operations in support of the Cold War and the first Gulf War. After several years of distinguished service, Andy left the military and entered into the information technology industry.

In 2001, after establishing a successful career in the IT industry, Andy was approached by the Westminster, California Police Department to help them create a unit specializing in computer forensics and high technology crime. Andy also makes time to share his knowledge and experience by teaching a year long Computer Forensics certificate course at California State University, Fullerton. This course focuses on preparing students for entry into the Digital Forensics discipline.


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