All posts by Anthony Rutkowski

Anthony Rutkowski
About Anthony Rutkowski

Anthony has over 45 years of experience in Industry and regulatory affairs with focus on global cybersecurity, lawful interception, retained data, identity management and network forensics. Anthony has held key positions at VeriSign, SAIC, General Magic. Sprint International and GE. Additionally, he has held important posts and positions at FCC, ITU, ETSI, and OASIS.

Oral Argument of the Microsoft eMail Appeal

In the world of Retained Data and forensics law, perhaps the most significant case on appeal is being argued this coming week at 10:00 A.M. on Wednesday, 9 September at the Thurgood Marshall U.S. Courthouse in New York City. In the rarefied world of LI law, it doesn’t get any better than this. To make the event even more interesting and historic, this past Tuesday, Microsoft’s appellate counsel requested the presence of a Court Reporter to capture an entire record of the oral argument. The counsel for the United States consented, and the court on Thursday granted the request.

DFAX – Digital Forensic Analysis eXpression

For some years, we’ve been observing the convergence among the various LI and CYBER realms. A posting yesterday to the hyperactive new OASIS CTI (Cyber Threat Intelligence) Technical Committee list underscores that evolution. It described a surprisingly mature new protocol dubbed DFAX – Digital Forensic Analysis eXpression.