Cyber Harassment Investigations for University Administrators

27 September 2018       Presenters: Elisa D'Amico, Desiree F. Moore
This program focuses on the basics of and best practices recommended for cyber forensic investigations of online harassment for university administrators. Originally presented for members of the Northwest Association of Title IX Administrators, this webinar includes information about how to locate social media evidence and other forensic evidence outside of the university’s computer system, tips for proper preservation of evidence, identification of “red flags,” and removal of online harassment from third-party platforms and websites.

The webinar walks through a four-step method to utilize in all online harassment investigations, and provides some important takeaways for attendees who want to take action, both proactively and reactively, to prevent and counter all types of internet-based harassment and abuse.

The K&L Gates Digital Crisis Planning & Response team helps corporations, educational institutions, and high-profile individuals proactively plan for and manage any digital crisis. The team approaches a crisis from every angle, and helping clients utilize a multifaceted process to implement an appropriate digital crisis management plan.

Cyber Harassment Investigations for University Administrators