Techno Forensics Conference 2006

Mark Your Calendars for November 6 – 8, 2006
 
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UPDATE October 30, 2006 – Registrations are now closed for anyone who is not a US citizen. The form required by NIST for non-US citizens needed to be sent to NIST Headquarters by 12 noon EST on October 30, 2006.TheTrainingCo. and the newly formed Institute of Computer Forensic Professionals partnered to produce the Inaugural Techno Forensics Conference at the NIST Headquarters in 2005. The conference was a huge success, and will again be held at NIST Headquarters, 100 Bureau Drive, Administration Bldg. 101, in Gaithersburg, Maryland (Directions) on November, 6 – 8, 2006.This year’s Techno Forensics conference (Agenda) is hosted by the Institute of Computer Forensics Professionals (ICFP), the U.S. Secret Service ecTaskForce, Maryland InfraGard and NIST. The conference is founded on the principles of standardization in the field of digital evidence investigation. The conference will cover many of the general disciplines in the areas of digital evidence investigation to include some of the latest information on software and hardware solutions.Unlike other forensic conferences that are limited to law enforcement only or are vendor specific in nature, this conference will be open to everyone currently involved in computer forensics, digital evidence, or anyone having an interest in these rapidly growing fields.Conference agenda topics will cover a range of the digital disciplines which include: Fundamentals of acquisitions, Terabyte storage and preparing for it, Building a forensics lab, fly away kits, black bag forensics, e-discovery and special instructor lead focused classes on Basics of FAT, NTFS, macintosh, and linux file systems and dealing with their data. Other areas covered are intrusion detection, network level forensics, and cellular, handheld, and wireless forensics. Digital law and evidence handing will also be covered in break out sessions.Our Techno conferences have become known as a world class training and networking events now having had attendees register from 40 different countries. As of march 1, 2006 we are now on the GSA schedule. Just enter Techno Forensics when you go to the GSA Advantage website.Techno Forensics 2006 will include several new pre-conference training classes. The ability to take these popular training classes in conjunction with our second annual conference makes Techno Forensics a first-choice event as you plan your yearly training budget.Nov 3-4 , 2006 – Steganography Examiner Training Course 2 day course presented by Backbone SecurityNov 3, 2006 – Intense Malware Boot Camp – 1 day training course being offered on two consecutive days (Nov 3) (Nov 4) presented by Wetstone Technologies, IncNov 4, 2006 – Intense Malware Boot Camp – 1 day training course being offered on two consecutive days (Nov 3) (Nov 4) presented by Wetstone Technologies, IncNov 1-2 , 2006 – NSA IAM 2 day Certification Course presented by Security Horizon, Inc.Nov 3-4 , 2006 – NSA IEM 2 day Certification Course presented by Security Horizon, Inc.Nov 3-4 , 2006 – LiveWire Investigation Training Course 2 day hands-on course presented by WetStone Technologies, Inc. Exhibit Hall Sponsors/Exhibitors Sponsor/ExhibitorPrices Hotel Information

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