Pasadena, CA

September 11-13, 2023

Pasadena Convention Center

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Tuesday, October 11, 2022

The 2022 Conference Program is defined by primary topics. Therefore, each session has a primary topic designation for attendees to quickly find those sessions of relevance and importance to them. Sessions are also classified by both Target Level (Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced or All) and Target Audience (Corporate/Private Sector, Government, Investigators, Law Enforcement/Police, Prosecutors/Attorneys/Legal).

To sort by topics, audience, and levels to find the program that best suits your needs, click on Filters.

For a list of all sessions by day, please click on the day/date link.

Note - classifications are simply a guide to help attendees select the best sessions for individual needs/experience, and by no means should exclude or deter anyone from attending a session of interest.

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    • Keynote
    Grande D/E
    Ever wonder what runs through the mind of a veteran cybersecurity professional after they sign off for the day? Join us for our keynote presentation from Mike Lettman, Cyber Security Advisor (DHS) and ...
    • Investigations
    Grande D
    This session will walk the participants through Business Email Investigations and give them a high-level understanding of how to work this type of investigation.
    • Information Security
    Grande E
    Breaches are on the news seemingly weekly, as organizations are struggling to secure their data. Phishing attacks are proliferating & compromising our workforce. Ransomware has taken several victims a ...
    • Audit/Risk Management
    Scripps II
    Every company in the world has been negatively impacted one way or another by a cyber security breach that has occurred within their supply chain. Organizations have started spending more time and res ...
    • Forensics
    Scripps I
    Every forensic examination starts with getting the right image. In the Mac Forensics world, understanding what to image and how to properly acquire an image has never been more complicated. For the ti ...
    • Sponsor Demo
    Canyon
    Part 2 of 2: iOS forensics has been a hot topic over the last few years, especially with the release of iOS 15. Apple is constantly strengthening its security measures of their devices. This was desig ...
    • Sponsor Demo
    Shore
    If one thrill of victory wasn't enough, come back to this hands-on lab for more. In this lab, you will enact a checkra1n jailbreak of a live iPhone. This extraction will allow keychain access and the ...
    • Information Security
    Grande E
    Current challenges, volumes of events, staffing shortages, expertise deficiencies, siloed security controls, providing statistics from recent Ponemon Institute reports including the recent Cost of a D ...
    • eDiscovery
    Scripps II
    We are all familiar with emojis. They are present in emails, text messages, social media, and virtually every online modality. According to emojipedia.com, over one in five tweets includes an emoji (2 ...
    • Forensics
    Grande D
    This session will l examine the most common browser artifacts that can be examined to support an investigation. History, Cookies, Cache files and other stored items, such as personal user information ...
    • Information Security
    Scripps I
    During this session the speaker will share how across two million IOT devices he identified threats and trends, compiled statistics, summarized compelling cases, and evaluated common offenders. This s ...
    • Sponsor Demo
    Canyon
    Cyacomb Forensics’ simple-to-use tools offer rapid digital triage at every stage of the process, from suspect examination to offender management. They empower law enforcement to make quick decisions, ...
    • Sponsor Demo
    Shore
    LE ONLY Mobile devices provide a wealth of digital evidence. They can indicate where devices have been, what they’ve done, who they’ve communicated with, when and why. Staying ahead on the latest appl ...
    • eDiscovery
    Scripps I
    Digital forensic examiners often dive deep into the evidence to find all the details necessary to prove or disprove a theory. They are often asked to support E-Discovery cases but either do not want t ...
    • Forensics
    Grande D
    Location data is crucial in most investigations. However, while it's important to understand where someone was, it is potentially more important to understand what they were doing at the location in t ...
    • Information Security
    Scripps II
    This session will highlight cybersecurity, intelligence and privacy threats posed by unrestricted hybrid warfare that is being waged by China, Russia, North Korea, Iran and other bad actors. The sessi ...
    • Investigations
    Grande E
    The "dark web" is something that harbors a stigma, especially when it comes to investigations. Often shrouded in mystery and mystique, investigating cases involving the dark web actually are not that ...
    • Sponsor Demo
    Shore
    Learn how to discover artifacts and seize digital assets
    • Sponsor Demo
    Canyon
    With the recent integration capabilities between Magnet and Berla, investigators can now import a proprietary iVe file format into Axiom and analyze it alongside other device data. In this session we ...
    • Forensics
    Grande E
    This session will explore the different Darknets commonly used for criminal activity and how data is transferred across these networks. The presenter will describe how these networks are accessed and ...
    • Investigations
    Scripps II
    Drawing from high-profile examples in the private and public sectors, this session will examine how investigators can streamline social media investigations. It will discuss how they can work with soc ...
    • Information Security
    Scripps I
    Building on the material covered in the keynote Cyber Security Advisor Mike Lettman (DHS) will take a deeper, more technical, dive into different types of attacks and the tools available to help you d ...
    • Forensics
    Grande D
    Despite a valiant effort, the phone is still locked or under attack, but you need information now. Time to escalate. In this session, we’ll go after computer and cloud account data to gather the evide ...
    • Sponsor Demo
    Canyon
    Properly handling cell phones and other mobile device evidence from the point of seizure to the point of analysis can be confusing. Different agencies may employ different procedures, with little in t ...
    • Sponsor Demo
    Shore
    In this demo we will dig into the reality we have today with locked and encrypted phones, and how to get that full decrypted extraction we all want. We will investigate exploits that have served us we ...
    • Information Security
    Scripps I
    Attackers don’t think in lists and spreadsheets. Attackers rely at paths, AKA attack paths. “How can I get here to there?” During this session, the speaker will describe how attackers compromise, enum ...
    • Forensics
    Grande D
    Have you ever wondered how vacuum bots work under the hood? How safe is your home’s floor plan that these bots automatically scan? This session will walk you through a step-by-step procedure on how yo ...
    • Investigations
    Grande E
    In a post-pandemic world, more and more organizations are moving to the cloud. Due to this rapid migration, we have also observed an influx of cloud-based breaches that we have been requested to inves ...
    • Forensics
    Scripps II
    Most forensic practitioners in the criminal investigation and private sector DFIR spaces are familiar with the acquisition, parsing, and reporting of text messages from iOS devices. Messages are prese ...
    • Sponsor Demo
    Canyon
    Brief overview of ESET endpoint solutions, demoing endpoint management, endpoint protection, cloud sandbox technology and EDR (endpoint, detection and response)
    • Sponsor Demo
    Shore
    The world of technology is becoming more interconnected, whether it is between mobile phones, cloud servers, or wearable devices. Having all of these devices connected means that investigators now hav ...

2022 Sponsors

QUOTE

  • We have been attending the Techno Security & Digital Forensic Conference since 1999. It is always the most well-run event we attend each year. The event management team is very professional and organized. They make the whole experience delightful.
    Michael Biggs, Director of Sales, Forensic Computers, Inc.
  • Techno Security is an awesome conference where you will mingle & network with amazing people while learning about the latest & greatest technology in your career field.
    Tamara Poelma, Program Manager of High-Tech Crimes & Surveillance Unit, State of California
  • As always, Techno Security continues to deliver high value content and conversations that propel the forensic industry forward and usher in both new forensic tools and ideas.
    Jeremy Kirby, Director of Sales, DATAPILOT
  • Outstanding event in San Diego. Excellent sessions delivered by experts in the field, great opportunity for discussions with participants, presenters and vendors, a beautiful venue along with a superb conference team.
    Chet Hosmer, Assistant Professor of Practice, University of Arizona
  • We had packed houses at our speaking slots and great booth traffic with many very high-quality visitors. The location was nice for the evening networking. Very smooth from move in to move out.
    Tim O’Rourke, VP Sales, Oxygen Forensics Inc.
  • A wonderful conference! I look forward to coming back again next year in San Diego. Having these regional Techno Security events is a great idea and allowed me and others in the West to attend.
    Rob Burton, IS Security Analyst, Forensics and eDiscovery Team, Intermountain Healthcare

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