So, next week I will be at The Computer Forensics Show in Santa Clara, CA and I got some discount codes to share, courtesy of the organizers. 50% off attendance code is: VIP50
Here is the info about the event:
WHEN: October 5-6, 2009
WHERE: Santa Clara Convention Center, Santa Clara, CA
"When No One Else Can": Data Recovery from a completely overwritten hard drive. Sample Forensic recovery from over written drive from Turkish assassination case, 2007 by Alfred Demirjian
eDiscovery in the Cloud: Policy, Technology and Security Requirements for SaaS Email Archiving by Rick Dales, Proofpoint.
"Forensic" vs. "Forensically Sound" Electronic Data Collections? by Jake Frazier, Esq., EMC Corp.
Challenges to Digital Forensic Evidence by Fred Cohen [A.C. - awesomeness alert! this will probably be awesome!]
E-Discovery: Why Most Enterprise Implementations Fail To Make The Grade by Kon Leong, ZL Technologies, Inc.
Computer Forensics Solutions in Trade Secret Matters by Don Vilfer, JD, CFE, Califorensics
10 Biggest Mistakes of a Data Breach (panel) by Christopher Hague, VeriSIgn, Inc; M. Peter Adler, Esq, Pepper Hamilton, LLP; Anne Buchanan – APR,Buchanan Public Relations, LLP
Forensic Accounting – How to Uncover Fraud by Richard C. Hermerding, MBA, MA, MSIS, CMA, CFM, CFE, CFS, OLIVO-CPA
Understanding Credit Card Theft – A Practical Approach by Harshul Joshi, CBIZ MHM, LLC
The Security Data Dilemma: A Data Warehouse Approach to Improve Security by Bruno Kurtic, SenSage
E-banking Fraud Schemes: Attack Trends and Defenses by Kevin Donovan, VASCO Data Security
Detecting Zero-day and Polymorphic Malware in the Enterprise by Greg Hoglund, HBGary, Inc.
Network Forensic Investigations: Establishing Probable Cause by Eric Knight, LogRhythm, Inc.
… and many, many others.
See you there!