|Event Date/Time: Jun 13, 2011||End Date/Time: Jun 15, 2011|
In this modern age, it is hard to imagine a crime that does not have a digital dimension. Criminals, violent and white-collar alike, are using technology to facilitate their offenses and avoid apprehension, creating new challenges for attorneys, judges, law enforcement agents, forensic examiners and corporate security Professionals. Whether you are dealing with criminal activities, employee malfeasance, computer intrusions, civil disputes or government and regulatory inquiries, you need to know where to find digital evidence on computers and mobile devices. With the proper training and tools, you can recover digital evidence from computers and smart phones that can be useful in a wide range of criminal investigations including homicides, sex offenses, missing persons, child abuse, drug dealing, fraud and theft of personal information. Computerized records can help establish when events occurred, where victims and suspects were, with whom they communicated, and may even show their intent to commit a crime.
This workshop is suitable for individuals who are interested in or are already performing Computer Forensic examinations