Myrtle Beach, SC

May 31 - June 3, 2020

Marriott Resort at Grande Dunes

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Magnet Forensics Programs

Magnet AXIOM Examinations (AX200)

(Pre-Conference)

Wednesday, May 27 – Saturday, May 30

This course is ideal for those who require intermediate-level training with a digital investigation platform that covers cases involving smartphones, tablets, computers, and cloud data in a single collaborative interface. Students will gain a deep understanding of the benefits Magnet AXIOM’s “artifact first” approach in optimizing investigative efficiency. This course is the perfect entry point for examiners who are new to AXIOM.

AX200 follows a methodology of how to conduct a computer forensic examination taking an artifact-first approach. Students will learn how to conduct a computer forensic examination of the suspected media, including a computer, USB drive, iOS and Android device. The artifacts recovered will lead the examiner/student to solve the case determining who, what , when, where, why, and how the suspects committed the crime and in the process learn the functionality of each of the six explorers (Case Dashboard, Artifacts, Connections, File System, Registry and Timeline) and how to maximize the use of each explorer to bring about a factual conclusion to the investigation.

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REGISTER HERE

To register for the class, select REGISTER HERE, then scroll down to choose the Myrtle Beach location from the class list. Then select the “Register” radio button to the right before scrolling to the top of the page and selecting the green “Add to cart” button to proceed with your registration.
    

MAGaK (Magnet AXIOM & GrayKey) Advanced iOS Examinations (AX301)

(Pre-Conference)

Wednesday, May 27 – Saturday, May 30

AX301 is an intermediate-level four-day training course, designed for participants who are familiar with the principles of digital forensics and who are seeking to expand their knowledge base into deep iOS examinations and the use of the GrayKey device. Students must be part of a law-enforcement agency who has been cleared by Grayshift in order to attend this course.

Students will get hands-on use of the GrayKey device and learn how to fully operate it — including how to establish a proper workflow for handing iOS devices in the field to the lab and how to acquire a full file system image of iOS devices.

Magnet AXIOM will also be leveraged to learn how the iOS filesystem is structured, how to locate key data, and how artifacts are structured. In addition, students will learn about artifacts specific to the iOS full file system and its multiple levels of data protection. Third-party artifact analysis of several advanced, secure artifacts will be covered, including how the device keychain ties into these artifacts. A methodology will be discussed on how to conduct deep-level iOS examinations and how to understand specific operating system artifacts in context to show device interactions over time. Students will learn how to put someone behind a device physically interacting with it, and even sometimes where that device has been.

Because AX301 is an intermediate-level course, it is strongly recommended that students first complete Magnet AXIOM Examinations (AX200). AX200 is also offered at Techno Security Myrtle Beach for pre-conference training (see above).

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REGISTER HERE

To register for the class, select REGISTER HERE, then scroll down to choose the Myrtle Beach location from the class list. Then select the “Register” radio button to the right before scrolling to the top of the page and selecting the green “Add to cart” button to proceed with your registration.
    

Magnet AXIOM macOS Examinations (AX350)

(Pre-Conference)

Wednesday, May 27 – Saturday, May 30

AX350 is an expert-level four-day training course, designed for participants who are familiar with the principles of digital forensics and who are seeking to expand their knowledge base on macOS and the forensic analysis of devices using the APFS file system. Examiners will investigate a scenario dealing with a misconfigured webserver that allowed hackers to exploit vulnerabilities and gain access to the network to perform nefarious activity and steal intellectual property and potentially customer data.

As one of the leading computer operating systems in the world, Apple’s macOS is an inevitable part of many digital forensics investigations. Whether it’s a criminal investigation of a suspect who is using it for their own personal use or a corporate investigation that digs into an intrusion or employee misconduct, digital forensics examiners need to be well-versed on what they can find when they come across devices running macOS. With Magnet AXIOM macOS Examinations, participants will expand their knowledge base on macOS and the forensic analysis of devices using the APFS file system and Magnet AXIOM to recover artifacts pertinent to the investigations.

Because AX350 is an expert-level course, it is recommended that students first complete Magnet AXIOM Examinations (AX200). AX200 is also offered at Techno Security Myrtle Beach for pre-conference training (see above).

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REGISTER HERE

To register for the class, select REGISTER HERE, then scroll down to choose the Myrtle Beach location from the class list. Then select the “Register” radio button to the right before scrolling to the top of the page and selecting the green “Add to cart” button to proceed with your registration.
    

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  • This year’s event was fantastic. Every year it gets better.
    Joe D’Allacco, Head of EDiscovery and CyberAssurance, AXA XL
  • This was our seventh year in a row at Techno Security & Digital Forensics Conference because we know we are going to meet our very important customers here and we are going to meet some fantastic prospects that will turn into great customers for us.
    John Graham, Director of Sales and Business Development, Atola Technology
  • The diversity of topics (forensics, security, legal, threats, best practices) provides security and investigative practitioners a variety of sessions and learning opportunities over the course of the conference.
    Brian Bannister, CISO, SC Department of Health and Environmental Control
  • Techno Security & Digital Forensics Conference is important to the team at Blackbag as it enables a critical component of our mission to be fulfilled in the rapid and ever changing DFIR community. Individuals should attend the event to keep current with the latest acquisition, analysis and reporting techniques so we can all partner together to reveal the truth in data to create a safer world.
    Ben Charnota, Chief Customer Officer, Blackbag Technologies
  • The conference exceeded my expectations. It was great to meet the vendors of the software I use in my job and to see what is coming in the near future with forensic products.
    Detective Kevin Heinig, Digital Forensics Examiner, Indian River County Sheriff's Office
  • We have been here every year since it started. There is a great mix of international and national clients here from both law enforcement and corporate. We wouldn’t miss it for the world.
    Jason Roslewicz, CEO, Sumuri
  • It’s a place where diverse experts in the field are gathered and fully accessible to all who attend.
    Robert Toronzi, Detective Sergeant, City of Bethlehem Police Department

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