July will be a busy month for us, as we present at four shows in the United States and Brazil. Read on for details about our talks regarding best practices for effective mobile forensics, data analytics, mobile forensics and school safety, and our latest contributions to the mobile forensics workflow:
July 9-10: SANS DFIR Summit
Join us tomorrow and Wednesday at the Omni Austin Hotel Downtown for the 2013 SANS DFIR Summit. Tomorrow from 12:30pm – 1:45pm we’ll be holding a Lunch & Learn in the Lone Star room – Ballroom Level. There, forensic engineering product manager Ronen Engler will discuss “Using Data Analytics to Focus and Streamline Forensic Exams.”
Both Tuesday and Wednesday we’ll be available at our booth in the Capital Ballroom Foyer – Ballroom Level. Join us there as well!
July 14-16: NASRO
Current case law supports searches of student mobile devices when school officials have a reasonable suspicion that the student has violated school policy, or the law. At the National Association of School Resource Officers (NASRO) Conference, we’re offering an exhibitor demo on best practices, data analytics and the documentation SROs need to communicate their methods to school administrators, parents and students.
Join us on July 16 from 11:20am – 12:00pm on L4 – Level 1 of the Rosen Shingle Creek Hotel in Orlando, Florida, where sales engineer Lee Papathanasiou will detail what data might support or disprove allegations of bullying, assault, drug abuse, dating violence, property crimes and even school violence. We’ll also be available to talk at Booth #11 in the Panzacola F Ballroom – Level 1.
July 16-18: NATIA
The National Technical Investigators’ Association (NATIA) gives exhibitors three days in their week-long conference, and we’ll be at the Memphis Cook Convention Center (Memphis, Tennessee) in Booth 344 offering demos of UFED Link Analysis, UFED Touch and other products.
We’re also presenting a 2-hour lecture session on two days: July 16 from 5-7pm, and July 17 from 10am – 12pm. In “Secure, Extract, Analyze, Act – Best Practices to Seize, Process and Follow the Data Where It Leads,” forensic sales director Keith Daniels and forensic engineering product manager Ronen Engler will help you understand the best practices that help you build stronger cases and better credibility, as well as how to get more meaningful leads that you can put to work right away in an investigation.
July 23-25: ISS World LATAM
ISS (Intelligence Support Systems) World Latin America is the world’s largest gathering of Latin American law enforcement, intelligence and homeland security professionals. At this conference, Cellebrite LATAM’s Nicolas Mauricio Wernicke will be presenting on the latest ways we are “Revolutionizing Mobile Forensics.”
Are you attending any of the above events? Be sure to visit with us once you’re there!