Press Release: January 28, 2010
Computers and mobile phones often hold the key to solving many of todays criminal investigations and can be used as vital evidence in court.
This one day conference provides anyone involved in the investigation process with all the latest thinking and best practice in digital forensics.
Experts from the police service, industry and academia will provide a fascinating insight into current and future trends and provide invaluable advice as to how to maximise use of the techniques available to investigators.
Who should attend?
The day is relevant to all investigators who want to maximise the use of mobile and computer forensics in everyday investigations.
A certificate of attendance will be presented to everyone who attends the day to be used for professional development.
Devising an effective digital evidence strategy from the outset of an investigation
Maximising the evidential potential of digital evidence; seizing electronic evidence at crime scenes pitfalls and best practice
Using social media to secure vital evidence in criminal investigations
Cutting edge techniques in mobile phone forensics and cell site analysis
The emerging threat of steganography to conceal criminal material in computer files
Using the science of forensic linguistics to identify anonymous texts and email messages
For a booking form go to: http://www.the-investigator.co.uk/files/Digital_Forensics_March_2010.pdf
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