Sunday, November 11, 2012

CTIN Digital Forensics Conference - No fluff, all forensics

For those of you in the Seattle area or willing to travel who are interested in digital forensics there is a great opportunity to learn and socialize coming up in March.
The CTIN Digital Forensics Conference will be March 13 though 15, 2013 at the Hilton Seattle Airport & Conference Center. CTIN, the Computer Technology Investigators Network, is non-profit, free membership organization comprised of public and private sector computer forensic examiners and investigators focused on the areas of high-tech security, investigation, and prosecution of high-tech crimes for both private and public sector.

Topics slated for the conference agenda are many, with great speakers to discuss them in depth:
Windows Time Stamp Forensics, Incident Response Procedures, Tracking USB Devices, Timeline Analysis with Encase, Internet Forensics, Placing the Suspect Behind the Keyboard, Social Network Investigations, Triage, Live CDs (WinFE & Linux)
F-Response and Intella, Lab - Hard drive repair, Mobile Device Forensics, Windows 7/8 Forensics
Child Pornography, Legal Update, Counter-forensics, Linux Forensics, X-Ways Forensics
Expert Testimony, ProDiscover, Live Memory Forensics, Encase, Open Source Forensic Tools
Cell Phone Tower Analysis, Mac Forensics, Registry Forensics, Malware Analysis, iPhone/iPad/other Apple products, Imaging Workshop, Paraben Forensics, Virtualization Forensics

Register before 1 DEC 2012 for $295, and $350 thereafter.

While you don't have to be a CTIN member to attend I strongly advocate your joining and supporting CTIN.

1 comment:

Brett Shavers said...

Thanks for the post Russ. There is also going to be over $20,000 in forensic software to be given as door prizes. In some presentations, every attendee in the presentation will receive a licensed copy of a popular forensic tool.

And like you state, this is purely forensics, all forensics, and nothing but forensics. The presentations are technical how-to's, not just theory. For the of 3 days training, you can't beat it. Dec 2 is the last day to register before tuition goes up, so we encourage to register now.

Moving blog to

toolsmith and HolisticInfoSec have moved. I've decided to consolidate all content on one platform, namely an R markdown blogdown sit...