The Canadian Ringtail User Group is now Nuix Connect Ottawa!

 

The name may have changed, but one thing is still the same: This event is designed to deliver actionable insights that you and your team can immediately apply to your everyday eDiscovery projects. Join us for two days of tips, techniques, and case studies to enable you and your teams to maximize productivity and get results faster. Register today and join us in Ottawa!

Event Details
Date: Wednesday, December 11, 2019 – Thursday, December 12, 2019
Location: Fairmont Château Laurier, 1 Rideau St, Ottawa, ON K1N 8S7, Canada

Hotel
For Hotel Reservations, Call 1-800-441-1414
Just ask for the Fairmont Château Laurier and for the "NUIX Group Rate."

 

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Connect Ottawa Agenda

Day
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Breakfast and Networking
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Bonjour and Welcome
Tim Klinger, JR Jenkins
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Keynote: Finding Truth in a Digital World
Stephen Stewart
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Keynote: Finding Truth in a Digital World

Nuix Chief Technology Officer Stephen Stewart will discuss the latest trends in data and technology and how government and lawenforcement agencies around the world are making sense of it.

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Real World Use Cases - Finding Justice in a Digital World
Bob O'Leary
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Real World Use Cases - Finding Justice in a Digital World

Many criminal networks use mobile devices, social media platforms, the dark web, e-commerce, and instant messaging to coordinate their activities, find buyers, and sell their illicit product. Investigators must take a multifaceted approach that bridges real-world and digital activity, exposing hidden connections across people, objects, locations, and events. This session will explore digital forensic techniques that enable all kinds of investigators to understand criminal networks and reveal insights that help disrupt future illegal activities.
 

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Coffee Break
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Coffee Break

Beverages and snacks will be provided.

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Nuix Platform: Year in Review
JR Jenkins, Hoke Smith, John Bargiel, Emily Tice, Stephen Stewart
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Nuix Platform: Year in Review

It’s been a productive year for the Nuix development team and during this session we will cover notable additions to the Total Data Intelligence platform. You’ll experience live demos and use cases for Nuix Adaptive Security, Nuix Workstation, Nuix Investigate, and Nuix Discover.  
 

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Lunch and Networking
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Real-time Investigations
Hoke Smith
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Real-time Investigations

The larger and more complex cases become, the greater the need for a more efficient investigative model. More than ever, investigators need a workflow that incorporates near real-time data triage, collaboration between individuals and teams, and intelligence derived from past cases or data sets. Nuix allows you to compare and cross-reference intelligence across all evidence sources at once, build intelligence from prior cases and activities, and perform near real-time data triage and collection directly from the endpoint into your Nuix case. 
 

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Hold the Phone! Balancing the Value and Risks of Mobile Evidence
MSAB
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Hold the Phone! Balancing the Value and Risks of Mobile Evidence

Almost everyone today realizes the value that mobile data plays as part of an investigation or discovery. One of the biggest challenges (apart from the difficulty of actually getting the data in the first place) is balancing the requests to provide ‘everything’ against overloading users with potentially millions of irrelevant files. This session will look at some workflows to help streamline and automate the process using the close integration between MSAB and Nuix.
 

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Making Difficult Data Easy to Understand
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Making Difficult Data Easy to Understand

Learn how to wrangle difficult data with Nuix’s processing and analytical tools. In the session you will learn how constantly changing and difficult data formats have impacted litigation globally, as well as how to use Nuix for advanced searching, real-life threading, deduplication, and anonymization of chat and mobile data.
 

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Coffee Break
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When the Clock is Ticking: The First 48 Hours of an eDiscovery Project
Emily Tice, Reem Saffouri, JR Jenkins
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When the Clock is Ticking: The First 48 Hours of an eDiscovery Project

The first 48 hours of a new eDiscovery project can be the most challenging for legal teams. During this critical time there is often the need to get data staged, processed, and into the review platform quickly. And, once in the platform, the data needs to be analyzed and assessed by several key individuals—from litigation support professionals to subject matter experts to attorneys assigned to the case. During this interactive session, we will discuss AND decide how to deal with the following mission-critical tasks:
  Which processing approach should we take?
  How to approach looking at “unknown” data for the first time
  How to decide if a project could benefit from analytics
  Can you use keyword search too soon? Too late?
  How to more effectively collaborate during the early data / case assessment phase

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Preview of Day Two
JR Jenkins
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Reception at the Drawing Room Foyer - Open to attendees of day 1 & 2