The Computer Forensics Show

by Staff

The Computer Forensics ShowSave the date: for some companies, it is not a question of if one of their computers will be used as evidence in a legal matter; it is a question of when. Learn the 'ropes' of legal, IT, and accounting forensics at the The Computer Forensics Show, November 1-2, 2010 at Ft. Mason Convention Center, San Francisco, CA

The Computer Forensics Show

The Computer Forensics Show is the "Don't Miss" event of the year for all Legal, Accounting, IT security, Risk Management, and Law Enforcement Professionals! The shows hold the unique position in the marketplace as the only show that brings together the three essential marketplaces that exhibitors want to reach, Legal, IT, and Accounting. The show provides the latest information regarding the changes and advancements in the IT security marketplace and is quickly becoming the essential venue for professionals to stay informed about their industry.

Each show event will highlight exhibits from some of the leading companies in the industry, complemented by a comprehensive conference program to provide attendees with important information about the latest technological advancement, ideas and practical information available today.

This year, they launch a partnership with InfoSec Institute, which will offer information security training courses designed specifically for show attendees.

Infosec Institute has trained thousands of IT Security professionals since 1998 and will be presenting the following courses:

  • Computer Forensics - CCFE Boot Camp - 3 Days
  • Advanced Computer Forensics - 3 Days
  • Cell Phone Forensics - 2 Days
  • Live Memory Forensics - 2 Days
  • Linux Forensics - 3 Days
  • Mac Forensics - 3 Days
  • Reverse Engineering Malware - CREA Boot Camp - 3 Days
  • Ethical Hacking - CPT/CEH Boot Camp - 3 Days

By most estimates, 90% of legal evidence resides in computer systems, rather than on paper. Cases involving corporate trade secrets, personal and commercial disputes, employee discrimination, misdemeanor and felony crimes and personal injury can be won or lost solely with the introduction of recovered e-mail messages and other electronic files and records.

Today's business environment continues to become more and more complex with strict regulatory and compliance requirements, increased scrutiny and the ever-present threat of litigation. Because the majority of information today is created and available only in an electronic format, electronic data and the ability to properly address it in a defensible manner are increasingly critical to the legal process. These services are vital to any individual, company, or law practice with cases that deal with sensitive information stored on digital media.

Ronald E. Hemenway of Cyberbodyguards Inc. says:

quoting I found the tracks to be very informative as well as educational and look forward to more showings such as this in the near future. I also like to say I was pleased with the vendors that where in attendance. I am always in search of new and great application to better perform security task required. I look forward to seeing you again soon in the San Francisco Forensics Show coming in November. end quote

Come to the show from November 1 to November 2, 2010 in San Francisco, California.
The Computer Forensics Show

Ondrej Krehel, Information Security Officer for Identity Theft 911, LLC said:

quoting The computer forensic show provides valuable networking and educational opportunities. It is exciting to see a forensic conference of this caliber in San Francisco. end quote

The Computer Forensics Show
Contact Show Director: Frank Manley
94 Field Point Circle
Greenwich, CT 06830
Phone (203) 661-4312
Fax (203) 869-0283

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