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EADV Cyberstalking Forum II-Boston City Hall

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Published on Jul 17, 2012

EADV Cyberstalking Forum at Boston City Hall. May, 2012. Technology & Social Media's Effect On Domestic Violence In the Workplace

Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, and Pinterest can be great tools for corporate success. But what happens when employees become victims of these tools.... And of people using them?

What is your corporate responsibility when employees not longer feel safe because of posts, tweets, and calls?

Do these tools make your environment safer for employees? When remote workers are under duress, how do you know?

Please join us in the discussion on how technology is bringing domestic violence into the workplace and what you and your organization can do to counsel and protect employees.

Moderator:
Rob Fitzgerald, President of The Lorenzi Group
Rob Fitzgerald and his team of experts at The Lorenzi Group provide a variety of Digital Forensics services to identify, capture, preserve, restore, and analyze information stored on electronic media. Fitzgerald is a frequent expert witness and is widely sought after by the media for his opinion and commentary on security breaches and other digital forensic issues.

Panelists:
Al DeNapoli, Attorney at Tarlow Breed Hart & Rodgers, P.C.
AlDeNapoliisrecognizedasatopdomesticdisputeandfamilymattersattorneyinadditiontohisbusinesslitigationpractice. Asan advisor to many executives on business and personal matters, Al has the developed the ability to present solutions that work for both employersandemployees. He has worked to resolve many employee and employer issues and understands the stresses they deal with on a daily basis.

Randy DeMello, Police Officer, Taunton, Massachusetts
Randy DeMello is an expert in retrieving and analyzing data in a forensically sound manner in order to prove harassment and other violations of the law.

Courtney Cahill, Director of Domestic Violence Unit, Plymouth County D.A.'s Office
In addition to helping domestic violence survivors navigate the court system, Courtney is also the President of Employers Against Domestic Violence.

Sponsored by Employers Against Domestic Violence

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