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Virtual Digital Investigation Workshop
Next Event: 22 April 2021
9.20am till 3.30pm (BST) via MS Teams
The Investigator is running another series of its successful Digital Investigations workshops to provide best practice to all investigators of all ranks and roles.
Our second event will take place on 22 April 2021
Certificates of CPD will be available for you to download on the day
The workshop builds on the success of our in-person regional events and the online digital events we hosted in 2020
Showcasing latest technology to support your investigation
It will feature an expert line-up of industry professionals who will explain how their latest technology can support your investigation. They will include Black Rainbow, Forensic Analytics, Cyan Forensics and Oxygen Forensics to name but a few. A full list of experts will be published shortly.
Current challenges and best practice
Our experts will look at current challenges in digital investigation Including: challenges around mobile data, triage, cell site analysis, using digital evidence in complex investigations and latest thinking around digital opportunities that could have a positive impact on your investigation.
Speaker engagement and presentations available
You can enjoy this event from the comfort of your office, and you will have the opportunity to engage with speakers after the event or during the breaks. All presentations will be emailed to everyone who signed up to the event and you must agree to your details being given to our experts as a condition of signing up to the event.
Digital & Cyber Investigation Online Workshop – 22 April 2021: AGENDA
9.20am-9.30am: Welcome and introduction Carol Jenkins, The Investigator
9.30am-10.20am: Latest development in AI powered analytics that uses image categorisation to categorise and identify image types, Tanya Pankova, Oxygen Forensics
10.20am-11.10am: Live demonstration of the NIMBUS case management solution that supports major crime investigations, Nikki Moscrop, BlackRainbow
11.30am-12.20pm: Investigating criminal and terrorist-related social networks via automatic gathering of digital footprints, using AI-powered web intelligence (WEBINT), Ariel Talbi, Cobwebs Technology
12.20pm-12.50pm: Rapid digital triage tools for computers and mobile phones from Cyan Forensics, Graham Little, Cyan Forensics
1.10pm-1.40pm: An introduction to the Freetool project that provides investigators with a free suite of digital forensic investigation tools, Michael O'Callaghan, Cybercrime Analyst, University College Dublin Centre for Cybersecurity and Cybercrime Investigation
1.40pm-2.20pm: Opportunities for further study in cyber crime and digital forensics, Rupert Bowen, Postgraduate Liaison Officer, University College Dublin
2.20pm-3pm: Drone Forensics – an introduction to Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) and their use in criminal enterprises and gangs. Alan Roder, Digital Forensic Investigator, West Midlands Police
3pm: Day closes
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Booking - numbers are strictly limited
Each day is open to Law Enforcement and Government agencies, to register please email email@example.com.
Industry delegates can attend at a cost of £125 (GBP) + VAT and payment must be made by credit card. Digital forensics companies are not permitted to attend as delegates.
We will not accept bookings from emails such as Gmail, Yahoo, Outlook, Hotmail, BT etc, WORK EMAIL ADDRESSES ONLY.