Troy Babbs

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Digital Forensics and eDiscovery - Bankruptcy

Posted by Troy Babbs on Jan 15, 2021 1:00:00 PM

Navigating through bankruptcy can be a daunting prospect for receivers, debtors, and creditors. According to S&P Global, as of December 2020, there have been 610 corporate Chapter 11 bankruptcy filings, the highest rate since 2012, and court activity is expected to accelerate as courts clear their pandemic backlogs.

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Mobile Device Digital Forensics Case Study: Distracted Driving

Posted by Troy Babbs on Dec 10, 2020 9:00:00 AM

Many people are unaware that their phones store a wealth of information about their daily lives. Extending far beyond text messages and voicemails, this information often is a treasure trove for skilled digital forensic examiners.

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Updates for Family Law Practitioners

Posted by Troy Babbs on Nov 12, 2020 11:00:00 AM

Most people don’t think of family law as a high technology practice area, but practitioners routinely encounter issues that necessitate digital forensics, eDiscovery, cybersecurity, and IT expertise. Here is a sampling of how such issues can arise in family law practices:

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Video Conferencing Challenges

Posted by Troy Babbs on Oct 15, 2020 10:00:00 AM

Organizations increasingly are relying on video conferencing platforms to conduct daily business affairs. Did you realize that many of these platforms save recordings, including potentially on individual employees’ computers or in the cloud? For example, Zoom is a widely used video conferencing tool, and recordings can be saved either online with Zoom, or locally on a PC. (In Windows, the default location is C:\Users\[Profile Name]\Documents\Zoom.) 

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Is Your Company’s Data Properly Protected When Working From Home?

Posted by Troy Babbs on Aug 20, 2020 9:00:00 AM

Six months ago, for many, working from home was a perk. Today, remote work often is a necessity. Many companies have learned that they can thrive with a smaller office footprint, and the trend toward remote workforces likely will continue after COVID-19 is a distant memory.

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Windows Updates - Why Bother?

Posted by Troy Babbs on Jul 31, 2020 4:00:00 PM

One of the most aggravating things when working on a computer is it automatically restarting after installing an update, often causing you to lose unsaved work.  As aggravating as this can be, Windows updates are necessary to keep our computers running smoothly.  This is a process called “patching”.  Windows updates address known security vulnerabilities, make the computers run more smoothly, and can even save your business.  Once a security hole becomes public knowledge, attackers will rush to start exploiting the vulnerability.

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