Denver, CO

August 2-4, 2021

Hilton Denver City Center

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Wednesday, August 4, 2021

The 2021 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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Wednesday, August 04, 2021
    • Forensics
    Denver 3-4
    Our world is changing faster than at any point in history. Much of this change is the result of rapid technological advancement. During this general session, Steve Watson will walk us through the emer ...
    • Audit/Risk Management
    Colorado C-D
    With the increasing prevalence of technology in our daily lives and as a byproduct, Tech’s involvement in criminal investigations, agencies around the world must provide guidance to its members on bes ...
    • Investigations
    Denver 4
    This session will explore techniques that can be used to exploit information leaked through the system to expose the person behind the mask when DarkWeb usage has been initiated. Using best techniques ...
    • Information Security
    Colorado A-B
    This presentation will cover the “people” element of the people, processes and technology triad often utilized within the information security space. Taking into consideration the importance of staff ...
    • Forensics
    Denver 3
    **LAW ENFORCEMENT ONLY** Traditional collection methods are limited, creating a backlog and potentially jeopardizing access to time-sensitive data. This session will share modern approaches to digital ...
    • Information Security
    Colorado C-D
    Self-propagating ransomware evolved into attacker-driven ransomware; more recently, data exfiltration and extortion has been combined with the ransomware payload. A breach of third-party vendors holdi ...
    • Investigations
    Colorado A-B
    Data Breaches and Leaks have long been a source of relevant information. In this session we will explore operational security mitigation and delve into the intelligence gathering techniques and resour ...
    • Forensics
    Denver 4
    Discuss cloud storage as a data source, methods of data collection and its investigation value. Essentially, what information can be collected from cloud storage service providers, as it relates to ac ...
    • Forensics
    Denver 3
    Investing in new workflow automation and orchestration technology for your lab can be a daunting and lengthy process. Ensuring the new solutions meet your lab requirements can be a challenge when not ...
    • Information Security
    Colorado C-D
    Internet of Thing (IoT) devices have been implemented in almost every business environment throughout the World. Their pervasive usage has led to some great cybersecurity risks. This presentation expl ...
    • Forensics
    Colorado A-B
    During COVID-19, digital forensic incident responders have found it difficult to acquire their evidence in an efficient yet legally defensible means as well as capturing memory from a live system whil ...
    • Forensics
    Denver 3
    This presentation will highlight the similarities and differences between the recently released Chromium browser integrated into Windows 10 and the stand alone Google Chrome product. The primary focus ...
    • Information Security
    Denver 4
    Consumer data privacy is a persistently hot topic catching global headlines every day. Data breaches gain significant attention, and with an increased regulatory landscape, company's may be exposed to ...
    • Forensics
    Colorado A-B
    Sitting for a deposition, pre-trial interview, or trial can be a stressful experience. In this session, we will explore strategies attorneys employ to examine expert witnesses. Attendees will learn no ...
    • Information Security
    Denver 3
    Participants will learn how to leverage and combine PowerShell, Python and Yara rules in order to perform live-triage of target systems for the presence of ransomware and other hostile threats. This s ...
    • Forensics
    Denver 4
    This session will address the types of digital evidence to which traditional legal search and seizure requirements do not seamlessly apply – primarily because of the technology involved with this type ...

2021 Sponsors

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  • The Techno Security & Digital Forensics Conference provided me with an opportunity to connect with other Digital Forensics Analyst in law enforcement and other industries. It is also a good place to hear, in sessions, about how other organizations are overcoming obstacles that we are also trying to solve and/or brainstorm ideas.
    Priscilla Ramos, Digital Forensics Examiner, Corpus Christi Police Department
  • As usual at a Techno Security & Digital Forensics Conference, we spoke with a great mix of serious prospects and current customers, thank you!
    John Graham, Director of Sales and Business Development, Atola Technology
  • I met the most fantastic people from all over the world... from public and private arenas. I truly believe knowledge and knowledge sharing will be the key to our survival in this age of technology.
    Vicki Latham, Director of Communications and Development, 4theONE Foundation
  • There was a wealth of information in the short 1-hour segments which allowed you to set your own path and avoid the sessions that were not relevant to you.
    Chris Klimosko, Digital Forensic Examiner, Edmonton Police Service
  • The level of networking and the level of attendees is superb.
    Harvey Nusz, CIPM, CISSP, CRISC, CGEIT, CISA, Manager, GDPR, Capgemini
  • The attendees were quality and had a high level of engagement with sponsors. I was also pleasantly surprised at the number of international attendees. There were lots of folks from Sweden, Denmark, and Germany, all of whom stopped by the booth and were interested in our products (always nice!).
    Jack Raubach, Marketing Director, Forensic Computers

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