The AIDE Digital Forensics and Information Security Conference will take place April 20, 22, 23 and 24 in the Marshall University Forensics Science Center. The conference is approved for 25 hours of West Virginia Law Enforcement in-service credits.
Topics to be covered include:
- One-day advance wireless network investigation course from the NW3C;
- Digital forensics speakers from the FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit, Cellebrite, NUIX, Magnet Forensics, Purdue University, and the National White Collar Crime Center;
- Presentations on securing quantum computing, low-tech threats to the power grid, how the justice system is dealing with the hacktivist group Anonymous, and much more; and
- Presentations from top information security researchers including key note speeches from David Kennedy and Jayson Street.
Registration can be done online at http://www.appyite/events/