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Host of Digital Detectives and Special Reports

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 an EnCase Certified Examiner (EnCE), Certified Novell Engineer, and Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer.

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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