The South Valley District is hosting a “Lunch and Learn” meeting in Clovis on Tuesday, March 25, 2014. Guests are welcome, the meeting is free to attend; pay for your own meal.
The guest speaker, Dave Townsend is one of the most recognized authority on computer forensics and Cyber-crime investigation, with more than 30 years of police, detective and cyber forensic experience including many high profile assignments with the Silicon Valley High Tech Crimes Task Force and the FBI.
The Basics of Computer Forensics is the topic of Mr. Townsend’s presentation. Everything is now created on a computer or other digital media; wills, trusts, accounting information, correspondence and much more. Computer forensics allows for the re-creation of deleted data from hard drives and other digital media. He will cover how this works, how data is stored on digital media, and the proper methodology for collection and preservation of digital evidence. Practical applications for the litigation world, family law, employment law, intellectual property and how to use it to your benefit, will also be covered in this presentation. Due to limited seating, attendees should register to attend.
2014 Educational Webinars
2014 Webinar Schedule:
Affordable Business Strategies
Brad Batesole, Lynda.com
How to use Databases Wisely
Katie DiMeo , LocatePlus
Turn Journalists into Allies
Don Ray, Investigative Journalist
Crinminal Cases & DUI’s
James Devitt, Attorneys at Law
Debugging for the Private Investigator
Corey Friedman, Nick Harris Detectives
Skiptracing using Trap Lines
Service of Process- “Is it worth the risk?”
Gretchen Lichtenberger, You’ve Been Served
PICA’s webinar series will begin in April with instructor Brad Batesole teaching affordable business strategies.
Brad is a successful and dedicated entrepreneur in the complex world of business, graduating from Azusa Pacific University with a degree in business; his mission is to stay on the forefront of technology and current business methods.
While working as the online marketing manager for Lynda.com, Brad contributed to a $10 million growth in annual sales, conducted presentations at marketing conferences. He was recently selected to be an expert instructor for lynda.com, teaching online marketing courses.
Brad has succeeded in past corporate experiences, such as print production, graphic design and marketing, completing assignments for LegalZoom.com, KFI AM 640, Scrubs Magazine, eSolar, Deepak Chopra, Kellogg’s, Microsoft, Sport Chalet, Azusa Pacific University and Procter & Gamble. He also developed strategy on SEO tools for Google and consulted on search marketing and social applications for Adobe.
Brad’s experiences in computer technical support, executive administration, graphic design, camp counseling, world traveling, and private investigation, assist in his ability to create quick resolutions to challenging problems.
Brad is a pilot, an avid rock climber, snowboarder, wakeboarer, and just about everything else that creates an opportunity for hospital visits. He has a huge passion for traveling with his wife, Emily, and has even visited the tiny island of Yap.
|Thomas P. Riley|