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The Role of Digital Forensics & Digital Evidence in Legal Proceedings

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55 minutes
Ryan Duquette
Peel Law Association
55 minutes
$109.00 plus tax
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Ryan Duquette discusses how in today’s society a vast amount of evidence is digital in nature, the role of digital forensics, authenticating evidence, and some best practices on working with an expert witness.


Ryan Duquette

Ryan Duquette is MNP’s National Leader of Digital Forensics, with the firm’s Forensics and Litigation Support Service Group in Toronto. With more than two decades of digital forensics, investigations and cybersecurity experience, Ryan provides clients with litigation support, as well as helps with cyber incident responses, fraud matters and technology risks. As a former police officer focusing on cybercrime and fraud matters, Ryan works closely with his clients to investigate workplace incidents and civil litigation concerns, including intellectual property theft, human resources investigations, and data breaches. Ryan is highly experienced in digital forensic analysis, digital investigations, and cyber security. He specialized in criminal and civil investigations and was deemed an Expert Witness in the Ontario Superior Court of Justice and the Ontario Court of Justice for the identification, preservation, collection, analysis and presentation of electronic evidence. Ryan is frequently sought as a subject matter specialist, speaker and instructor within various policing agencies, local universities and colleges and industry conferences.

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