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DIGITAL DATA RECOVERY & FORENSICS SOLUTIONS CONFERENCE

July 30 - August 2, 2018

  • Data management
  • Metadata and Information Lifecycle Management
  • Dealing with disaster
  • Regulations, security and privacy
 

Become a Digital Forensics Corp. partner today and enjoy immediate benefits:


  • Streamline your vendor relationship with direct, app-based access
  • You and your clients can directly access Digital Forensics experts for a complimentary advisory summary
  • Gather decisive evidence without ever leaving your office
  • Equip your practice to offer analysis of digital evidence and conduct forensically sound preservation and collection
  • Get an edge on your opponents with early analysis of potential evidence

Please register below:


Once you have registered, you will receive an email to verify your account. Simply open that email, respond as instructed, and you will be fully registered for discounted service and ready to submit your first case.


Conference Overview

PRACTICAL CASE STUDIES & PRESENTATIONS FROM:

  • Oleg Skulkin, GCFE, Authour "Digital Forensics Cookbook"
  • Viktor Sobiecki, CEO, Softdeco, Poland
  • John Roshe, CFCE
  • Sean Quellos, Digital Forensics Corp
  • Sergey Samedov, Chief Information Security Officer, Terrasoft
  • Sergey Antipin, JET Computer, Latvia
  • Max Slonimski, Senior Engineer, DataRecoveryCorp, Canada
  • Michael Leuis, Confidential Investigative Services

KEY ISSUES COVERED:

  • The increasing demand for Digital Forensics
  • Planning and implementing data storage and recovery solutions
  • Data management
  • Disaster data recovery
  • Email archiving and management
  • Metadata
  • Industry regulations
  • Change management

Conference, Day 1, July 30, 2018

8:30am – Registration and Coffee

9:00am – Opening remarks from the Chair

Dealing with demanding data

9.30am - Overview of data and storage demand
Oleg Skulkin, GCFE, Authour "Digital Forensics Cookbook"

9:10am - CASE STUDY: Re-evaluating data storage and recovery solutions, in the age of the cloud.
John Roshe, CFCE

10:50am - Morning tea

Data protection and management

11:10am - CASE STUDY: Data management – how important is it?
Viktor Sobiecki, CEO, Softdeco, Poland

11:40am - CASE STUDY: Information Queensland – giving the people access, keeping them informed and being accountable for actions
Sean Quellos, Digital Forensics Corp

12:30pm - Lunch

The Future of Digital Forensics: A practical approach

1:30pm - Metadata and its role in Digital Discovery

2:10pm - CASE STUDY: The application of the VERS metadata standard
Howard Quenault, Program Director, VERS Centre of Excellence

2:50pm - Afternoon tea & optional photography session

3:10pm - CASE STUDY: Just search – aligning systems to meet organizational and client needs
Sue Scott, Knowledge and Information Manager, Law and Justice Foundation of NSW

3:50pm - PANEL DISCUSSION: The importance of Digital Forensics and the increasing need for recovery solutions
Panel participants: Rob Nieboer, Oline Wanderfeil, Howard Quenault, Sue Scott

4:30pm - Close of Day One

Conference, Day 2, July 31, 2018

9:00pm - Opening remarks from the Chair. Coffee

Dealing with disaster

9:20pm - Costs related to the management of data and disaster recovery
Sergey Samedov, Chief Information Security Officer, Terrasoft

Email management

10:00am - Email archiving and management – looking for the answer
Michael Early, Regional Manager – GFI Software

10:40am - Morning tea

11:40am - “Out of the basement and into the Board Room” - The importance of managing your electronic information
Maureen Duffy, Legal Technology Support (LTS) Manager

12:20pm - Lunch

Regulations, security and privacy

1:20pm - Information security management: what, why and how
Gillian Bydevaate, Principal IT Security Consultant, GHD

2:00pm - CASE STUDY: Ensuring security and promoting privacy
Cliff Van Lohuizen, Director of IT, CrimTrac

2:40pm Afternoon tea

Change management

3:40pm CASE STUDY: Change management – how to include everyone in the change process
Keith De La Rue, Knowledge Manager & Business Operations, Telstra Business

Conference, Day 3, August 1, 2018

Workshop A:

9am-12pm - Safe infrastructure: aims and means
Sergey Samedov, Chief Information Security Officer, Terrasoft

Workshop B:

9am-12pm – Cyber Forensics - Recovering lost or deleted data

Conference, Day 4, August 2, 2018

Workshop A:

9am-12pm - Cyber Forensics - Recovering lost or deleted data

This workshop will investigate the wide-ranging modalities available to the forensic specialist and how various proprietary software systems can assist companies and organizations to better control their data flow and implement solutions in a timely manner. During the workshop, delegates will learn:

  • Basic forensic techniques
  • The state of ESI law as it pertains to Forensics
  • How to prepare for possible e-Discovery
  • Preserving data according to federal guidelines.
  • Understanding digital evidence

Workshop B:

9am-12pm - Data loss from start to finish
Sergey Antipin, JET Computer, Latvia

This workshop will look at how to deal with data loss from start to finish. Everything from how data gets lost in the first place, to how to deal with the disaster as it happens. During the workshop, delegates will learn:

  • Causes of data loss
  • The cost of data loss
  • Data recovery services (overview)
  • How to retrieve the data
  • How to prevent data loss

Delegates will also be provided with an array of case studies that will balance the technical information of data recovery with hands on solutions. All delegates are encouraged to participate in this informative and interactive workshop.

Venue and Travel Information

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