New to CTIN 2016 is Naomi Bornemann of Milliman, an international actuarial and consulting firm. Naomi’s expertise includes web-application and network penetration testing, incident response, and enterprise vulnerability management. She will be presenting How Hackers (try to) Cover their Tracks, which will cover some common methods hackers use to cover their tracks after a successful exploitation, on both the attacking system and the victim machine. Though anti-forensic methods may complicate a forensic investigation, we will dig into the methods used and attempt to detect the malicious activity anyway.
We have lined up an excellent speaker in Steve Whalen, CEO of Sumuri. Steve will first present Mac Forensics – Timeline Analysis, delving into one of the most popular investigative trends in Digital Forensics. Next he will provide a CARBON Forensic Suite Demo of one of the exciting new products Sumiri offers. He will also present on Paladin: Basic and Advanced Features. PALADIN 6, a FREE Linux-based forensic suite, contains over 100 forensic tools in 29 different categories in addition to the multifaceted easy-to-use PALADIN Toolbox.
Sumuri will also provide a copy of RECON for Max OS X ($1,695 value) for the CTIN raffle. The 2016 CTIN Conference is the best value going of only $350 for all three days. Meet leading digital forensics experts who will help teach you cutting edge skills and techniques. Register now!
CTIN is pleased to announce that Russ McRee will be returning to CTIN 2016. Russ directs the Security Response and Investigations team for Microsoft’s Windows & Devices Group (WDG). He will present Attack & Detect: Red vs. Blue PowerShell that will show how to assess attacks born of PowerShell, using in memory techniques as well as defensive PowerShell.
Less than six weeks until the conference starts so register now and save your seat since there are a limited number of seats available!
CTIN welcomes back David Matthews, the former Director of Incident Response for Expedia, Inc, facilitator for three regional cyber event exercises, and founder of the Cyber Incident Response Coalition and Analysis Sharing group. Besides the CISSP & CISM he is a Digital Recovery Forensics Specialist (DRFS), and CyberSecurity Forensic Analyst (CSFA). He is the author of “Electronically Stored Information: The Complete Guide to Management, Understanding, Acquisition, Storage, Search, and Retrieval”. David will be presenting Electronically Stored Information – The Latest Issues in Electronic Evidence.
The early bird discount expires on Sunday night (Jan. 31st) so don’t procrastinate any longer and register now! You’ll earn CPEs listening to the top thinkers, doers, and experts in the Digital Forensics field and potentially win thousands in software at the CTIN raffle!
Brett is a digital forensics examiner, author of two books (Placing the Suspect Behind the Keyboard and X-Ways Forensics Practitioner’s Guide), and adviser for the University of Washington’s Digital Forensics Certificate Program that he also helps instruct. Brett’s forensic experience spans a law enforcement career in investigating cybercrime to the private sector as an expert consultant in civil litigation. Brett is also a frequent speaker across North America in conferences and provides private consultation to government agencies in high tech analysis and covert acquisition methods. For CTIN 2016, Brett will present Breaking Anonymity: How to identify anonymous Internet users.
An updated Agenda and Schedule have been posted for the 2016 Digital Forensics Conference. It is subject to change as the final details are worked out. Check out the great speakers and presentations lined up. Only 5 days left to register at the incredible early bird price of only $295 until 1/31 and $350 thereafter!
CTIN 2016 is excited to announce the addition of Dr. Brian Steverson, a Professor of Business Ethics at Gonzaga University, to present Trust in the Professional Life of a Digital Examiner: A Pain or an Opportunity. He will discuss the social reliance on trust in our profession, the duties it creates for digital examiners and some of the unique ethical moments digital examiners face while carrying out our duties.
Do you need some CPE credits? The 2016 CTIN Conference is the best value going with the early bird discount of only $295 until 1/31 for all three days. Meet leading digital forensics experts who will help teach you cutting edge skills and techniques. Register now!
CTIN welcomes back Colin Cree, a Director of a Vancouver based company EFS e-Forensic Services Inc., a computer forensic and e-discovery services provider that also provides training and sells related software and hardware. His background includes serving in the RCMP for 25 years. While serving in the RCMP, Colin spent 8 years investigating commercial crime and 5 years in the Tech Crime unit. Colin has been involved in computer forensics since 1997. Colin will be presenting sessions on USB for Win10 and Intella or Encase.
Just over a week left to register at the early bird price of $295! What a phenomenal value to hear and meet experts at the leading edges of the digital forensics industry. Space is limited so do not delay and reserve your seat today and your chance to win valuable software in the CTIN Raffle!!
GetData is a leading provider of end user software for data recovery, file recovery, computer forensics and file previewing. Their products are designed to get data back from computer hard drive, digital cameras, other storage media, and email files.
GetData will have a conference booth and provide a free copy of Forensic Examiner with Mount Image Pro ($1,295 value) for the CTIN Raffle. Incredibly useful software and a great addition to the CTIN Raffle.