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Host of Digital Detectives

John W. Simek

John W. Simek is vice president of the digital forensics and security firm Sensei Enterprises. He is a nationally known expert in digital forensics and e-discovery.  Before forming Sensei, Simek was a senior technologist for Mobil Oil Corporation, where he spent 20 years designing and troubleshooting the company’s networks throughout the Western Hemisphere. Simek is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), an EnCase Certified Examiner (EnCE) and holds multiple other technical certifications.

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12/20/16 Obama vs. Trump on Cyber Security 11/04/16 #LoveYourLawyerDay (Part 1) 10/12/16 The Importance of Website Security for Law Firms 09/15/16 Encryption, Cyber Security, and Domestic Surveillance 08/18/16 Cyber Security for Small Firms and Solo Practices 08/05/16 ABA Annual Meeting 2016: Predicting and Preventing Terrorist Attacks 07/21/16 The 2016 Georgetown Ediscovery Training Academy 06/29/16 Mandiant’s M-Trends and Verizon’s Data Breach Investigation Reports 05/23/16 The Panama Papers: The World’s Largest Data Breach 04/06/16 Cyber Security Audits and Options for Your Law Firm 03/17/16 ABA TECHSHOW 2016: Using Excel in Your Law Office 03/17/16 ABA TECHSHOW 2016: The Mac Power Users 03/11/16 Edward Snowden’s Legal Advisor Sides with Apple in FBI Battle Over Encryption 03/03/16 ABA Midyear Meeting 2016: Increasing Judicial Diversity Through Clerkship 02/26/16 ABA Midyear Meeting 2016: Water and Drought in California 01/28/16 What Law Firms Should Know About the FBI’s InfraGard Program 12/30/15 Technology Assisted Review for Smart People 11/20/15 Paris Attacks: The Digital Investigation, ISIS, and The Response 11/10/15 Catalyst’s Free E-Discovery Practicum for Law Schools 10/06/15 A New Dawn for the Association of E-Discovery Specialists 09/03/15 Hillary Clinton’s Emails and the Looming Issue of Shadow IT 08/26/15 Why are Law Firms Beginning to Form Data Breach Practice Groups? 07/23/15 E-Discovery Reflections from Retired Magistrate Judge John Facciola 06/08/15 Lawmageddon and How to Prepare for Social Media in the Courtroom 05/08/15 Judge Andrew Peck on TAR (Technology-Assisted Review) 04/23/15 2015 ABA TECHSHOW: Interview with Legal Talk Network Hosts 03/31/15 The Law of Robotics: Autonomy, Responsibility, and Risk 02/26/15 Forensic Science in the Criminal Justice System: What is Admissible? 02/12/15 ABA Midyear Meeting 2015: Young Lawyers Division with Andrew Schpak and Lacy Durham 01/21/15 The Government’s Dark Data: A Decade of Discovery 01/16/15 The Sony Hack: You Can’t Keep the Barbarians Outside the Gate 12/16/14 Issues and Trends in E-Discovery and Information Governance 11/13/14 War and Terrorism in Cyberspace: Wild, Wild West Shoot Out on the International Frontiers 10/27/14 Predictive Coding for Rookies: E-Discovery in the Courtroom 09/24/14 Rule 37(e) of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure: Changes for ESI Preservation and Spoliation 08/18/14 Cull, Baby, Cull – Modern Trends in Data Collection and Analysis 07/28/14 Data Breaches, eDiscovery, and the Importance of Digital Forensics 07/07/14 77% of Lawyers Can’t Be Trusted With Confidential Client Data 05/26/14 The FBI’s Massive Facial Recognition Database: Privacy Implications 04/14/14 Perils of Law Firms Possessing Massive Amounts of Unreviewed Client Data 03/24/14 The Ethical Implications of NSA Surveillance for Lawyers 02/24/14 The Kindergarten Version of Information Security for Lawyers 01/31/14 What Should Lawyers Know About Information Governance? 11/07/13 A State Judge’s Perspective On E-Discovery