DOD Cyber Crime Conference/Training
Register today for this timely conference, the 4th Annual DoD Cyber Crime Conference & Exposition Cyber Crime - Overcoming the Challenges of New Technology. This conference is designed for the street agent as well as for the Computer Crime Investigators. Interesting track sessions on search & seizure, monitoring, legal issues, as well as the in-depth technical forensics.
This conference brings together the Information Assurance (IA) community (your sources & victims), the investigators, and the prosecutors.
Conference Dates: January 10-14, 2005
Pre-Conference Training: ILook 8 Training Course, January 9-10, 2005
Exposition Dates: January 10-11, 2005
Location: Westin Innisbrook Golf Resort, Palm Harbor, FL (Clearwater/Tampa Area)
This conference will examine all aspects of computer crime: Intrusion Investigations, Cyber Crime Law, Digital forensics, Information Assurance, Research, Development, Testing and Evaluation of Digital Forensic Tools. Hear and discuss new approaches and perspectives with high-level movers and shakers in the field. The conference will prepare attendees to deal with the ever-increasing threat of cyber crime in the government arena.
KEYNOTE PRESENTATION BY:
Lieutenant General Raduege, Director, Defense Information Systems Agency; Commander, Joint Task Force - Global Network Operations (JTF-GNO); and Deputy Commander for Global Network Operations and Defense, United States Strategic Command (USSTRATCOM) Joint Forces Headquarters - Information Operations, Arlington, Va.
The following are just some of the topics that will be explored in the presentations: Legal, Computer Legal Issues 101 for Non-law Enforcement, Charging Computer Crimes, Forensics Examinations, Electronic Forensics, Crime Laboratory Accreditation Program, Investigators, Incident Response Planning, Sources of Digital Evidence, Information Assurance/Systems Administration, Malicious Logic, Intrusion Detection, Prevention and Investigation, Research and Development, Cryptography, Steganography and Digital Watermarking.
Registration is open to DoD personnel. DoD-sponsored contractors and federal law enforcement personnel and state and local law enforcement will be invited on a space-available basis. U.S.-sponsored Government representatives from Australia, Canada, the United Kingdom and New Zealand may also attend. The fully reimbursable conference fee is $200.