Law Enforcement Intelligence Report


Finding the Cyber Who, What, Where and When of Crime

Date: September 23, 2015
Time: Starting at 9 am
Where: Holiday Inn Hotel
700 Myles Standish Blvd
Taunton, MA 02780
Featuring three of the most knowledgeable cyber-crime experts in the country. They are:
Doug White holds a PhD in Computer Information Systems and Quantitative and is the Chair of the Cybersecurity and Networking program at Roger Williams University. He also teaches digital forensics. He worked with the Rhode Island State Police in developing an innovative civilian response to cyber threats. Dr. White has worked for the Federal Reserve System. The Department of Energy, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Martin Lockheed, and clients ranging from multi-national firms to the local doctor's office.
Ken M. Bell is the Director of Strategic Initiatives, CTO Council with Raytheon Cyber Products. Prior to joining Raytheon, Ken completed a twenty-year career in law enforcement with the Rhode Island State Police, where he supervised the Computer Crimes Unit. He has conducted hundreds of computer forensics examinations and certified as a Certified Forensic Computer Examiner (CFCE). Bell has a Master of Science degree in Information Assurance from Norwich University and a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice with a minor in Computer Information Systems from Roger Williams University.
Todd Hammond is a certified security management professional, CISM,CISSP, CCE, CFE &smp; CCS. He is a former police officer for Auburn Mass. Police Dept. He developed computer forensic, penetration testing, risk assessment, and cyber intelligence & incident response programs that exceeded SOX, GLBA, FFIEC and PCI requirements. Developed School Multi-Hazard Emergency & Response Plans for numerous Massachusetts communities. Managed response for various security incidents such as malware outbreaks, DDOS, data breaches, data leakage events, lost and stolen information technology assets.
There is no better investigative aid for all crimes, than a working knowledge of the capabilities of computers, smart phones and other electronic devices. This is 21st century policing.
What you will learn:
  • How to organize a Cyber First Aid Kit
  • What information is available on the latest Apps and devices.
  • The evidentiary value of seemingly irrelevant electronic data.
  • The Do's and Don'ts of searching a smart phone.
  • How to follow the cyber trail of evidence.
  • How to evaluate the electronic component of a crime scene.
  • How to empower the street cop to look for the cyber component of crime.
  • How to effectively track someone via their smartphone.
  • Why you should not automatically pass on internet crime.
  • How to take a "cyber view" of a crime scene.
  • And much more....
One hour will be devoted to an open forum that will answer all of your cyber related questions.
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Cost to Attend: $175.00 per person (lunch not included)
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