June 3-6, 2018
  Myrtle Beach, SC, USA

Conference Program

Conference Program

  
Techno Security & Digital Forensics Conference aims to raise international awareness of developments, teaching, responsibilities, and ethics in the field of IT security and digital forensics. Conference sessions cover a wide range of topics relevant to industry professionals and offer opportunities for discussion.

The 2017 conference program featured 92 sessions and 2 keynotes led by 93 industry professionals from leading companies such as: Alert Logic, ArnoldIT, Cellebrite, Cisco, KSH-Naval Space and Warfare Command, Magnet Forensics, TD Bank, Toonari, TSS, US Department of Justice, PA Office of Attorney General, VigiTrust, White Cloud Security, and Whooster.

The program is organized under the primary tracks of Audit/Risk Management, Forensics, Investigations, Information Security, Cellebrite Lab, Magnet Forensics Lab, and Sponsor Demos.

The 2018 initial conference program will be available late February.
 

View 2017 Event Guide & Program

2018 Sponsors

2018 Sponsors


 

Testimonials

  • “Techno Security & Digital Forensics Conference continues to be a great asset to both the law enforcement/government agency and civilian/commercial security space. Bringing these two groups together allows us all to continue to provide tactical and strategic improvements in the security space.”
    Jim Keegan, Director, Information Security
    Essent Guaranty, Inc.
  • “Techno Security & Digital Forensics Conference delivers state of the art training, networking opportunities, and access to the latest digital forensic products.”
    Darin Meadows, Lieutenant
    Houston County Sheriff's Office
  • “Techno Security & Digital Forensics Conference did an excellent job educating people on the relevant topics, trends, and best practices impacting and being used in organizations every day.”
    Matt Donato, Co-Founder & Principal Partner
    HuntSource
  • “The best conference to find out what is going on in the forensic community and the mobile devices area all in one gorgeous setting.”
    Charlene Warner, Digital Forensic Specialist
    Michigan Dept. of State Police - Computer Crime Unit