The initial 2014 Agenda has been posted with more updates to follow as additional speakers and presentations get confirmed.
Thanks for all the volunteer offers. We have assembled a great team to put on next year’s conference. If more volunteers are needed, we will be sure to ask again, but until that time, I hope to see you at the 2014 Conference.
The conference will be held at the Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission on March 24,25, and 26, 2014.
CTIN is in search of volunteers for the 2014 Digital Forensics Conference. If you would like to be a part in organizing one or more parts of next year’s conference, we want to hear from you.
There are several areas to choose from and if you volunteered for the last conference, you are more than welcome to volunteer again for the same area or a different area.
Why volunteer? First, you’ll be an integral part of CTIN’s mission to provide the best digital forensics training in the region. Second, your tuition to the conference is completely waived.
This is not a full-time gig, and doesn’t require too much of your spare time, especially since we have almost a year until the conference. However, by starting now, it makes it easier on all of us and helps build a better conference.
If you are interested, send an email to me at email@example.com with the area you’d like to help out in. We are limiting the number of volunteers, so it will be first responses considered only.
I thank you in advance for your support of CTIN and the conference!
Troy Larson’s Windows 8 presentation has been added to the zip file of presentations from the conference, available for download at http://www.ctin.org (in the forum).
And don’t forget about the great offer from one of the 2013 sponsors (SiQuest) for all CTIN conference attendees: http://www.siquest.com/news/weekly/20130318/
The download zipped file of the 2013 DF CTIN Conference presentations is available at the http://www.ctin.org forum.
Slidedecks from the 2013 conference will be made available only to the attendees of the conference. We are gathering the presentations from those speakers that are allowing their presentations to be downloaded and will send this out to the attendees of the conference.
For those that could not attend, we are sorry but the presentations are only being given to the attendees. However, that doesn’t mean you can’t get the presentations from the 2014 conference when you attend next year.
The 2013 Digital Forensics Conference was a huge success thanks to the great presenters. We are now starting to prepare for 2014. If you would like to volunteer, sponsor, speak, or help coordinate next year’s conference, contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org