News and Events
- Mar 17, 2011 – General Practice and Trial Institute, Thursday, Mar 17th, 11:30EST: Forensic Investigation in the Technology World (obtaining electronically stored information, text messages, e-mails, etc.)
- Feb 15, 2011 – Atlanta Women in eDiscovery, Tuesday, Feb 15th, 12 noon EST: Collecting and Preserving in the Cloud, and the privacy laws surrounding the Cloud.
- Nov 5, 2010 – The Investigative &
Security Professional Association of Georgia, Inc.’s 2008 Annual Fall
Conference, Friday, Nov 5th, 1-5pm EST: Digital Evidence – Forensic
Methodology, Universal Forensic Extraction Device
- Mar 23, 2010 – TruTV Appearance,
Tuesday, March 23rd, 10am EST: How Evidence Gets Retrieved
- Mar 22, 2010 – TruTV Appearance, Monday,
March 22nd, 1pm EST: TX v Baker Interview
- July 23, 2009 – Webinar, Thursday, July
23rd, 2pm EST: Forensic
Processing of Exchange Databases
- July 16, 2009 – Greg Freemyer, Norcross
Group CTO, will be presenting at OLS (Ottawa
Linux Symposium) in Montreal.
- June 10, 2009 – Norcross Group announces
the publication of the white paper: "Forensically Sound
Preservation and Processing of Exchange Databases".
- April 29, 2009 – Greg Freemyer, Norcross
Group CTO, will be presenting at The Computer Forensics Show.
2:00pm-3:30pm Neutral Party E-Discovery Protocol Agreements
4:00pm-5:30pm Dumpster Diving - Understanding Exchange Server's Data
- April 16, 2009 – Greg Freemyer, Norcross
Group CTO will be presenting at ALE (Atlanta Linux Enthusiats) Central
Synopsis: Demo of the Opensuse Build Service (OBS):
The OBS is distro agnostic and can be used to build rpms and debian
packages without requiring the user to install various distros. It is
targeted at people packaging projects for publishing. The following
distros are currently supported: Fedora, Red Hat, Debian, OpenSUSE,
Mandriva, xUbuntu. Intel (32bit and 64bit) and PPC builds are fully
supported. ARM support is being introduced now, with other embedded cpu
architectures to follow. The build service is leveraged by the opensuse
studio service to allow custom opensuse live CDs / bootable USB images
to be created via the web.
- April 13, 2009 – Greg Freemyer, Norcross
Group CTO will be presenting at the April meeting of HTCIA:
Dumpster Diving - Understanding Exchange Server's Data Retention Policy.
Summary: Microsoft's Exchange Server is typically configured to retain
documents after the user empties their deleted items folder. Microsoft
often refers to the repository for these retained documents as the
dumpster. In turn backup tools such as Backup Exec preserve the
dumpster to tape as part of most enterprise's routine backup activities.
This presentation shows how to configure the dumpster for use, explains
what the settings mean, shows various ways users can bypass the
dumpster, etc. It further explains how mailbox collection should be
performed to ensure that the entire mailbox and dumpster is collected.
The goal of the presentation is to ensure the attendee is familiar with
the pros and cons of various data collection techniques associated with
Exchange Server and that the attendee have at least a basic
understanding of how the dumpster works if they are ever called on to
testify about this important potential source of evidence.
- September 2008 – Greg Freemyer, Norcross
Group CTO presents an Expert Podcast, IT autopsy: A closer look at computer
forensics and e-discovery processes.
DESCRIPTION: Computer forensics, also called cyberforensics, and
e-discovery are two different disciplines used to target computer based
evidence in a legal investigation. In this podcast, industry expert
Greg Freemyer will define both processes, explain how they differ, and
provide examples of how some CIOs are increasing awareness and
importance of these disciplines in the enterprise.
- May 20, 2008 – Greg Freemyer, Norcross
Group CTO, will be a panel member along with Glen Johnson of King &
Spalding and Scott Steiner of Cox, addressing "ESI - Methods of
Collection" during the Women in eDiscovery meeting on Tuesday May 20th.
The panel will be discussing defensible options and best practices for
the collection of electronically stored information.
- February 4, 2008 – Greg Freemyer, CTO of
Norcross Group, will present at The Computer Forensics Show
in Washington, DC, Mr. Freemyer will present "Litigation
Concerns of ESI "..
- January 2, 2008 – Harold Phipps, VP
Industry Relations at Norcross Group, interviewed in "Computer
Forensics Faces Private Eye Competition" article.
- December 2007 – Dan Mares named International Society of Computer
Forensics Examiners (ISCFE) CCE of the
Month for December 2007.
- December 4-6, 2007 – Norcross Group will host Technology
Pathways' "ProDiscover" Training Course at the Norcross Group
headquarters located at 135 Technology Parkway, 2nd Floor, Norcross, GA
- November 13-15, 2007 – Norcross Group will host AccessData's
"Windows Forensics" Training Course at the Norcross Group headquarters
located at 135 Technology Parkway, 2nd Floor, Norcross, GA 30092.
- October 2, 2007 – (Press Release) Norcross
Group joins the Index Engines
Litigation Ready™ Partner Program for Enterprise Discovery.
- October 1, 2007 – Norcross Group
announces the publication of the white paper: "Litigation:
The 99 Day Window".
- September 20, 2007 – Norcross Group will Co-Sponsor Summation's
"The Art of the Modern Legal Conflict: Traversing the Digital Landscape
of Electronic Discovery" seminar, 10:30am-12:30pm, at the Westin
Peachtree Plaza Hotel.
- August 20-23, 2007 – Vickie Hill, President of Norcross Group,
will speak at the ILTA'07 conference. The International Legal
Technology Association annual conference is in Orlando, FL. Ms. Hill's
topic will be Project Management Case Studies: Practical Techniques for
Electronic Discovery Effort.
- July 10, 2007 – Norcross Group is pleased to provide sponsorship
for the Atlanta Summation User's Group meeting hosted by Powell
- June 7, 2007 – Greg Freemyer, CTO of Norcross Group, will present
at the Atlanta In-House Paralegal SuperConference. Mr. Freemyer will
present E-Discovery Evolves and ESI Strategies for Corporations.