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Way to Go HTCIA… 25 years and still growing!

January 30th, 2011

Congratulations to the High Technology Crime Investigation Assocation (HTCIA) on 25 years of excellence.  Started in 1986 by a band of committed law enforcement and private sector professionals it has grown to the largest non-profit professional organization of it kind in the world. Their membership continues to be made up of individuals concerned about in prevention, investigation and prosecution of crimes involving advanced technologies.  I might add that probation and parole officers in the last few years have joined its ranks as well.

HTCIA 2o11 International Training Conference & Expo is being held at the Renaissance Esmeralda Resort & Spa Indian Wells, California near Palm Springs.  Look for speakers/workshops on the following topics:

  • Cloud computing
  • Mac Forensics
  • Memory acquisition and analysis
  • Live Forensics
  • Cell phone Forensics
  • Windows 7 Forensics
  • Imaging
  • File structures
  • Social Networking
  • E-Mail analysis
  • E-Discovery
  • Legal issues
  • Lock picking
  • GPS analysis
  • Artifacts of any kind
  • Linux Forensic tools
  • Linux System Analysis
  • Tape Forensics
  • Photo Forensics
  • Printer Forensics
  • Accounting packages
  • SQL Analysis
  • Network and TCP/IP
  • Social Networks for Law Enforcement (Twitter, MySpace, Face Book)
  • Managing Incident Response/Investigations
  • Vehicle black Box forensics
  • Emerging Laws re: eDiscovery-ESI
  • eDiscovery – new legal issues/ Working with Attorneys
  • Advance Issues of Email & Web Mail
  • Collecting internet evidence
  • Investigation of social web sites (MySpace, Face Book, Twitter etc.)
  • Managing Investigations – criminal and civil
  • Network Device Forensics (Log Files from network device) Router
  • Court Room Testimony techniques
  • Financial Crimes – Tax Evasion & Money laundering
  • International Trends – Situations – experience
  • White Collar & Corporate Investigations
  • Legal Issues – Civil & Criminal
  • Legal Mock Trial
  • Memory – court decisions
  • Human Resources Department Internal Investigations
  • Case Studies – criminal investigations (breaches, identity theft)
  • Case Studies – civil
  • Report Writing for Forensic Examiners
  • Report Writing for Investigations

For more details check http://www.htciaconference.org/.  For details about HTCIA and how to become a member visit their website at HTCIA.org.

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