11 January 2012

[Computer Forensic] Cyber Crime conference 2012


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EVENT DATES
Pre-Conference Training: January 20-23, 2012
Conference: January 23-27, 2012
Opening Reception: Tuesday evening, January 24, 2012
Exposition: January 23-25, 2012
EVENT LOCATION
Hyatt Regency Hotel
Atlanta, Georgia
SPONSOR
DoD Cyber Crime Center
WHO CAN ATTEND?
>>DoD personnel
>>DoD-sponsored contractors
>>Defense Industrial Base (DIB) Partners
  • Critical Infrastructure Partnership Advisory Council (CIPAC)
>>Federal, State, and local law enforcement
>>U.S.-sponsored government representatives working in the following fields:
  • Counterintelligence Special Agents
  • Criminal Investigators
  • Computer Forensics Examiners
  • Prosecutors—Federal, State, local, military
  • DoD Information Assurance/Systems Administrators
  • Computer Forensics Research and Development Personnel
  • Federal, State and Local Law Enforcement
  • Educators in federally funded information assurance programs, like CyberCops and the National Centers of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance
  • U.S.-sponsored government representatives from Australia, Canada, the United Kingdom, and New Zealand
CONFERENCE TOPICS
- Intrusion Investigations
- Cyber Crime Law
- Digital Forensics
- Information Assurance
- Cyber Crime Investigation
- Research and Development
- Training
Questions: Email Info@TechnologyForums.com
ABOUT THE CYBER CRIME CONFERENCE
This conference focuses on all aspects of computer crime and incident response including intrusion investigations, cyber crime law, digital forensics, information assurance, as well as the research, development, testing, and evaluation of digital forensic tools.
The goal is to prepare attendees for the new crimes of today and the near future. Speakers will discuss new approaches and new perspectives.
HANDS-ON DIGITAL FORENSICS TRAINING
The pre-conference training at the DoD Cyber Crime Conference offers the widest variety of courses at the lowest cost compared to other training.
Our pre-conference training includes hands-on digital forensics classes where attendees can earn continuing education credits. There is a mix of one- and two-day classes available, as well as a Lethal Digital Forensic Techniques and Memory Analysis class taught by SANS. All training sessions (except the SANs class) earn Defense Cyber Investigation Training Academy credits hours.


Via http://www.dodcybercrime.com/12CC/register.asp 

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