Techno Security & Digital Forensics Conference

Earn CPE Credits At Techno!

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Earn CPE Credits At Techno!

How To Earn Continuing Professional Education Credits

Educational sessions at Techno Security & Digital Forensics Conference are led by professionals from some of the leading companies in the industry, offering an opportunity for attendees to earn CPE credits from the following primary session tracks:

  • Audit/Risk Management
  • eDiscovery
  • Forensics
  • Information Security
  • Investigations
  • Sponsor Demos

After the event, once attendance has been verified, attendees may request a Certificate of Attendance from Event Management. In order to earn CPE credits, attendees must submit the Certificate of Attendance with a list of everything they attended to the organization they are seeking CPE credits from 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.

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

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.
Audit/Risk Management

Audit/Risk Management

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eDiscovery

eDiscovery

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Forensics

Forensics

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Information Security

Information Security

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Investigations

Investigations

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Sponsor Demos

Sponsor Demos

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Learn from Industry Experts. Explore New Technologies. Network with Peers.

  • This was an excellent conference. It provided a wide breadth of presentations/panels and it was a great location to network with both peers and vendor representatives. The event staff were helpful in answering any questions that might have arisen. All presenters were knowledgeable on the topics being presented, which ranged from cybersecurity threats to digital forensics to OSINT investigation tools/methods.
    Richard Burg
    Detective, Livonia Police Department (MI) & Owner, Penumbra Law Enforcement Training
  • Techno Security is a great show that brings together the best forensic investigators and industry leading companies and suppliers. This is a great show to attend both for learning and for doing business.
    Nick Meschke
    Government Sales, Faraday Defense
  • As a cybersecurity leader, I often work with law enforcement. This conference helps me keep abreast of the tools, techniques, challenges and hot topics that my law enforcement colleagues are facing currently, and be a better partner to them, and also serve my employer better. It's a fascinating conference for anyone interested in cybersecurity, forensics and digital evidence and is very different than your usual cybersecurity technology focused conference - in a good way!
    Eric Weakland
    Director, Information Security, American University
  • Techno Security & Digital Forensics Conference in San Diego was my first time attending and they didn't disappoint. Nearly all industry leaders in forensics and computing were present, along with providing live labs and mixture of classes and lectures.
    Brandon James
    Sergeant, Seattle Police Department
  • The conference hosted the majority of the relevant digital forensic vendors, and they provided sessions which were extremely helpful for the current practitioners in the field.
    Ryan Kim
    Senior Criminal Investigator, Santa Clara County District Attorney's Office, Crime Laboratory

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