The 2021 HTCIA International Conference and Expo will be a hybrid live and virtual event. Attend live in Phoenix or join us virtually.
Join us September 26-29 for timely educational sessions, engaging networking opportunities and time to connect with sponsors! The High Technology Crime Investigation Association’s International Conference & Expo is one of the oldest and the most respected high technology investigation conferences in the world. Many of the world’s top industry leaders, have either been a member of HTCIA, or presented at this conference. Our presenters and attendees are current practitioners who engage in high technology crime investigations daily.
The educational sessions are packed full of important topics to help you do your job. Take advantage of this gathering of industry experts by attending the sessions, vendor showcases and networking with attendees, sponsors and partners. As an attendee we know that you demand the most current and up-to-date information to help you continue to grow in your career.
The High Technology Crime Investigation Association (HTCIA) was formed to provide education and collaboration to our global members for the prevention and investigation of high tech crimes. As such, HTCIA is an organization that aspires to help all those in the high technology field by providing extensive information, education, collective partnerships, mutual member benefits, astute board leadership and professional management. The mission is to provide education and collaboration to our global members for the prevention and investigation of high tech crimes. The core purpose is to promote collaboration and education of the HTCIA members.
Contact us today to schedule a meeting with our team of Nuix experts during HTCIA 2021.
Renaissance Phoenix Downtown Hotel in Phoenix, AZ
100 N 1st St, Phoenix, AZ 85004
Time: 9:00 am – 10:00 am PDT
Date: Tuesday, September 28, 2021
State of the Art Cyber Security Investigations
Speaker: Robert O’Leary – Head of Investigations, North America
Cyber security and forensics teams charged with detecting, remediating, and investigating external and internal threat actors face a range of challenges today, from advanced threat actors, APT exploits, to proliferating evidence types and data volume. This presentation will discuss these challenges in the context of emerging technical capabilities and investigative tradecraft, including detection logic, RAM collection, pivoting from event analysis to forensics, complex indexing, and advanced timeline and link analysis.