|Faculty:||Michael F. Buchanan & Keith Jones|
|Production Date:||February 24 2009|
In this uncertain economic time, employers are being forced to terminate employees at record paces. Some employees will go to great lengths in expressing their aggravation over their termination. Keith Jones and Michael Buchanan discuss, based on first-hand experience, the case of Roger Duronio who set off a logic bomb that crippled his employers file system and cost them over $3 million in repairs. This is a unique course with a great perspective from those who were involved with the case.
II. The Logic Bomb
III. Initial Incident Response
IV. Official Criminal Investigation
VII. The Verdict
John (Dallas, TX)
James (Alexandria, VA)
This contained a very good outline on how to put a case together that requires a highly trained expert. The discussion of the use of exhibits was very helpful.
Gerron (Mitchellville, MD)
They did a good job with fairly technical information.
stuart (great falls, VA)
Very informative. Made discussion of computer intrusions understandable
Timothy (Los Angeles, CA)
Complicated topic but they handled it well. The graphs, pictures, etc. were helpful, although a little scary about the footprint of my internet usage.
Frank (Chicago, IL)
James (Washington, DC)
extremely well-done study of a fascinating case. Got a lot out of it.
THOMAS (Helmsford, NY)
Written materials were excellent.
Cynthia (New York, NY)
Jennifer (Syracuse, NY)
very difficult, complex topic
Deanie (Brazoria, TX)
interesting for a prosecutor who hasn't tried cases involving computers
Breandan (New York, NY)
it was a very in-depth discussion that also went into great detail about computer technology
Karen (Falls Church, VA)
Claire (Washington, DC)
Quite technical, but good course for attorneys working in the securities fraud world.
Thomas (new york, NY)
I would recommend the course for attorneys particularly focused on the precise topic as the presentation is very technical.
Julia (Waco, TX)
I'm glad to know there are people out there who really understand all this.
alf (long beach, CA)
interesting case but does not seem relevant to most preactioners
Martin (Chicago, IL)
Very helpful in supporting my own practice to show clients how computer technology and policies can be used to protect, or if ignored, to create vulnerabilities to client.
Jeremy (Chicago, IL)
Janine (Chicago, IL)
Computer fraud is important to understand and detect in this day and age; this material is very relevant.
Claire (Evanston, IL)
Really interesting topic and a great presentation.
Jenny (Itasca, IL)
This was significantly more interesting than I thought it would be.
John (winnetka, IL)
Fascinating explanation on piecing evidence in the computer age. Loved the real time presentation of graphics, etc.
Michelle (Woodridge, IL)
Presentation was fascinating. Speakers did a great job of explaining the intricacies of this complicated case.
amy (downers grove, IL)
Excellent course. Interesting and informative. great speakers.
Diane (Justice, IL)
exhibits the vulnerability that companies have with employees access through the companies firewall to the system administrator and the flaws with the access to sa's user name and password
Melissa (Chicago , IL)
very interesting topic and very informative
Cassie (IL, IL)
I enjoyed the expert's way of making technobable understandable.
Jason (Washington D.C., DC)
I liked the attorney and forensic IT specialist team approach to the presentation.
Terrence (Chicago, IL)
Logic bomb! Very cool seminar.
Debra (Chicago, IL)
At first, I thought I would be sticking a pen in my eye to listen to this CLE. Some of the technical parts were above my head but the presenters did a great job on making this interesting and informative.
MICHAEL (LOS ANGELES, CA)
tremendously interesting... played like a good law & order episode.
coleen (Frisco, CO)
This was an excellent lecture and not boring at all.
Steven (Pembroke Pines, FL)
SUPERB !!! Captivating... felt like a movie plot unfolding...
Jeffrey (Harrison, NY)
Very well done
William (Westmont, IL)
Frank (Cary, IL)
interesting case and evidence trail.
John (Jefferson, OR)
E. Rick (Coconut Grove, FL)
Renee (denver, CO)
Claire (Tigard, OR)
andy (lansing, IL)
Linda (Cornelius, NC)
Very interesting, thank you!
John (Richmond, VA)
For something seemingly so boring, it held my interest.
Janice (Virginia Beach, VA)
Speakers presented a complicated subject in an easy to understand format.
Anita (Cary, NC)
One of the most interesting courses I have taken. Great job presenting complex technical matters in an understandable way.
Alexander (Glen Allen, VA)
Lee (Fullerton, CA)
Excellent program on presentation of complex evidence at trial and what is possible with computer generated visual aids.
Daniel (Washington, DC)
Very good. The slides made the presentation very easy to follow.
Annamatesha (Bridgeport, CT)
I have been using lawline for three years now to fulfill my cle requirements -- this has been the BEST course, in my view, so far
Somaly (Vienna, VA)
It was interesting.
Stacy (Chicago, IL)
The visuals were very helpful.
Aaron (Park Ridge, IL)
Nice job of explaining complex narrative and simplifying techical aspects for non-engineers & non-computer experts.
Steven (Tinley Park, IL)
Fascinating case, a scenario that conceivably could beome increasingly more topical.
Peter (Frankfort, IL)
Olukayode (Romeoville,, IL)
Vel (Bridgeview, IL)
Very Interesting subject
Stephen F. (Niles, IL)
Complex material explained succinctly and understandably
David (Mclean, VA)
Very interesting course.
Gordon (Villa Park, IL)
Raymond (Geneva, IL)
It was understandable to me and I am not much of a techy person.