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JOINT HTCIA MID-ATLANTIC CHAPTER AND RCFG MEETING – Aug 24, 2017

HTCIA Mid-Atlantic and RCFG are pleased to invite you to our next Joint Chapter Meeting.

When:
Thursday August 24, 2017
1:00pm to 4:30pm

Where:
Virginia Department of Forensic Science (DFS)
Northern Lab
10850 Pyramid Pl
Manassas VA 20110

Schedule:
1300-1350: Thinking Outside of the Box
1350-1400: Networking Break
1400-1500: Accreditation – It’s Not as Scary as You Think
1500-1510: Networking Break
1510-1615: The Power of Integrated Digital Forensics
1615:          Adjourn

Topic Details:

Thinking Outside of the Box
presented by Micah Bridges, US State Department

A discussion of current data collection techniques by organizations and how that information can be used for investigations. Open forum style sharing of ideas for furthering investigations into subject locations, cell phone apps, cloud storage, and tracking. Led by our guest speaker, this is an interactive discussion where applicable scenarios are proposed and actual methodologies are discussed. Attendees will come away with different solutions as speaker and audience “think outside of the box.”

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Accreditation – It’s Not as Scary as You Think
presented by Kristen Scott, Virginia Department of Forensic Science (DFS)

Laboratory accreditation as it affects Digital & Multimedia Evidence. What it is and how it can help you.

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The Power of Integrated Digital Forensics
presented by Kevin Long, Magnet Forensics & Rey Navarro, Griffeye

Project VIC has revolutionized this field with a direct law enforcement and industry collaborative approach to address new challenges. Learn how to utilize the latest technology available in visual intelligence and digital forensics with a fully integrated approach between Project VIC, Griffeye and Magnet Forensics designed to help investigators with a streamlined workflow between platforms.

 

 


 

 

Please email,
staff@rcfg.org
presenter@rcfg.org
exhibitors@rcfg.org

About Us

RCFG, Inc. is a non-profit Virginia corporation supporting the training needs of the Law Enforcement and digital forensic communities. Membership is FREE and is comprised of government employees and contractors employed by Law Enforcement (and supporting) agencies with the mission of combating cyber crime.

RCFG meetings are held every other month, in and around the Washington DC Metropolitan area, and are often held concurrently with the HTCIA Mid-Atlantic Chapter meetings.

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