AccessData, provider of solutions for digital forensics, litigation support, eDiscovery and cyber security, is holding its big annual AccessData User Conference in Las Vegas from 23 to 25 April. The venue is the Aria, and those who have stayed there before will know that the technology tone is set even in the bedrooms, where curtains, blinds, audio and everything else is controlled from a tablet-type device on the wall.
The keynote speaker this year is Dan Abrams, who, amongst other things, is legal analyst for ABC News. The conference brings more than 36 hands-on training labs from leading instructors in cybersecurity, computer forensics, e-discovery, and litigation support and serves as a forum for knowledge sharing and networking through a variety of thought leadership lectures from real-world experts.
Attendees of ADUC will have the option to attend preparation classes for SCE (Summation Certified Enduser), ACE (AccessData Certified Examiner) or AME (AccessData Mobile Examiner) with all three associated exams offered at the conference. In addition, attendees can earn 22 CPE credits and a number of CLE credits during the event.