The agenda has now been published for CEIC 2013, the conference for cyber security, eDiscovery and digital investigations led by Guidance Software, which this year takes place in Orlando between 19 and 22 May.
The agenda is available as a full schedule and as a list view. The latter helpfully allows you to untick session types which are not of interest, making it easy to pick out relevant ones – no small thing in a programme which runs from Sunday to Wednesday.
I am involved in a cross-border panel with Bryant Bell of Guidance Software and with Patrick Burke, formerly Assistant General Counsel at Guidance and now Counsel at Reed Smith LLP.
I am also involved in a panel called Effective Information Management and Cost-Effective eDiscovery Processes. There are plenty of other interesting things going on. This conference gets bigger every year, which is why it has moved to Rosen Shingle Creek in Orlando. It attracts a very broad range of people, mixing the technical with the practical with the legal in a way which few other conferences do, to say nothing of a first class context for networking and social events.
You can register for CEIC here.