Marshall hosts conference on digital evidence
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (AP) — Marshall University is hosting a conference designed to help the legal community, business professionals and others who use digital evidence in their work.
The 2014 Appalachian Institute of Digital Evidence was being held Monday, Tuesday and Thursday at Marshall’s Forensic Science Center in Huntington. Topics include digital evidence for investigators, information security, open source intelligence and cell phone seizure certification.
A session on electronic discovery will be held at the Capital Conference Center in Charleston.