September 17-19, 2018
  San Antonio, TX, USA

CPE Credits

CPE Credits

Continuing Professional Education Credits

After the event, once attendance has been verified, attendees may request a Certificate of Attendance from Event Management.

If an attendee went to everything the event offers from start to finish each day, then that would equal a total of 23.5 hours.

In order to earn CPE credits, attendees must then submit the Certificate of Attendance with a list of everything they attended to confirm how many CPE credits they earned. (Different organizations grant credits based on their own guidelines – for instance some include networking, exhibit hall hours, etc., while others only recognize educational sessions). For this reason it is highly recommended that, prior to the event, you confirm with the organization from which you require credits, specifically how many CPE credits they will grant you for attending the event.

NOTE:  Attendees will need to log and keep track of the specific sessions they attended, as well as the number of hours they spent on the exhibit floor and at networking functions. If CPE approval is audited, the attendee is responsible for providing the necessary backup to the respective organization. Event Management does not track this information.

For additional questions and/or to request your Certificate of Attendance, please email info@technosecurity.com

2018 Sponsors

2018 Sponsors


 

Testimonials
  • “The San Antonio Techno Security & Digital Forensics Conference was the first I attended. I was pleased with the presentations and as usual I learned something. It was also good for networking.”
    Loy Locke
    Detective, San Marcos Police Department
  • “For attending this conference for the first time, after always attending the ICAC conferences, the Techno Security conference is right up there with them.”
    Miguel Miranda
    Detective/Task Force Officer, Internet Crimes Against Children Unit, Metropolitan Police Department
  • “There was a vast amount of information, knowledge and expertise shared freely to those of us striving to learn more about the massive growing field of technology and the barriers that we face daily. Great conference!”
    Sherri Wallace
    Ardmore Police Department
  • “This is one great conference, and in the heart of Texas! I especially liked the combination of attendees and speakers, as it mixed corporate and sole practitioners with academia, and was heavily oriented toward forensics and cyber security with an appropriate mix of audit and compliance. The vendor mix was just right, and I appreciated the allowance for and appreciation of industry associations. I had several good takeaways, both in the form of ideas to pursue, and future friendships and partnering opportunities. There were also a good number of pithy workshops where the latest ideas were exchanged and an in-depth understanding of the subject area was achieved.”
    Harvey Nusz
    PwC Contractor - GDPR Specialist and President, ISACA Greater Houston Chapter