Eric Zimmerman, a FBI special agent assigned to the Cyber crimes squad of the Salt Lake City FBI field office where he has been investigating child pornography and computer intrusions since 2007, will be presenting, ‘Shellbag Explorer’. Eric created the Windows GUI tool Shellbags Explorer and will not only address how his free tool works, but also explain how to interpret the data found within shellbags.
Good day ! CTIN Secretary Victoria Brazil, here. Reminding you of CTIN’s next Digital Forensics Conference March 16-18, 2015 at Washington State Criminal Justice Training Center in Burien WA. GREAT raffle door prizes including 2 licenses in X-Ways and one in Siquest’s IXTK! Conference tuition is $295 now through January 31, 2015 with food and swag guaranteed! February 1 it changes to $350, without food and swag guarantee. Either way you will get GREAT speakers! Troy Larson, Brett Shavers, David Stenhouse, Kevin Ripa, Terry Lahman, Gordon Mitchell, Colin Cree, Ron Godfrey, David Matthews and Amelia Phillips are BACK ! Yippee! Plus newbies to conference but not to the field: Craig Ball, Eric Zimmerman, Anna Truss, Steve Beltz, Brandon Leatha, and John Cotton. What a LINEUP! Looking forward to seeing you all there! Register today at http://www.ctinconference.com/register/
Tuition Refund Policy: 100% refundable up until 1/31/15; 50% refundable up until 3/1/15; after 3/1/15 substitutions allowed, but no refunds allowed
Special hotel rate at the Seattle Airport Marriott announced for the CTIN 2015 Conference!
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Craig Ball, a noted authority on electronic evidence, will be presenting ‘Spoiled and Deluded: The Shakespearean Tragedy that is Search in E-Discovery’. Keyword search is the gold standard in electronic discovery, but how well does it work? You may be surprised. This program will open your eyes to what you’re missing and reveal the secret pitfalls of electronic search. You’ll also learn tips you can apply now to significantly improve the quality of search and lower the cost of e-discovery.
CTIN’s Digital Forensics Conference March 16-18, 2015 is fast on our heels! Speaker line-up is phenomenal! Currently lined up are: Craig Ball; Eric Zimmerman; Troy Larson; Brett Shavers; David Stenhouse; Kevin Ripa; Terry Lahman; Gordon Mitchell; Anna Truss; Colin Cree; Ron Godfrey; Steve Beltz; Brandon Leatha; David Matthews; John Cotton; Amelia Phillips. The early conference registration (before 1/31/2015) price of only $295 gets you training, food, and swag! There is a limited number of seats so don’t delay!
Registration has been opened for the 2015 CTIN Digital Forensics Conference being held March 16-18, 2015.
We already have many excellent presenters lined up and many more will be added over the next few months.
Conference registration is $295 before 1/31/15 and $350 after. Please see the conference registration page for more details.