This week, hundreds of cyber security and digital forensic experts gathered in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina to participate in the Techno Security and Digital Forensics Conference. The event hosted at the Marriott Resort & Spa at Grande Dunes offered attendees the ability to receive Continuing Professional Education Credits (CPE) depending on their organization.
The event featured two keynote addresses titled "The Evolving Threat Landscape in 2022" by Harvey 'P.T' Perriott, Acting Regional Director of CISA Region IV, and "It's Not The Tool, But The Examiner That Does The Forensics" by Brett Shavers, Author, Forensic Analyst, and Consultant.
The three-day conference was attended by cybersecurity and digital forensics leaders, Law Enforcement Agencies planning to form High Tech Crime Units (HTCU), CIOs, CISOs, COOs, and others in the digital security space including:
- Audit/Risk Managers and Internal Auditors
- Certified Information Systems Security Professionals (CISSP)
- CIOs, CISOs, COOs
- Contingency Planners
- Corporate Attorneys
- Corporate High Tech Crime Investigators
- Digital & Mobile Forensic Investigators
- Disaster Recovery Managers
- Forensic Analysts, Fraud Examiners & Investigators
- Information System Auditors and Security Analysts, Directors and Managers
- Law Enforcement Crimes Against Children Investigators
- Law Enforcement High Tech/Cyber Crime Investigators
- Law Enforcement White Collar Crime Investigators
- Network Engineers & Security Architects
- Physical Security Directors & Managers
- Private Investigators
- Social Media Intelligence Consultants
- Solutions Architects & Engineers
- Telecommunications Directors & Managers
ADF Solutions returned to the event as a Gold Sponsor and was attended by ADF leadership and digital forensic specialists. The conference topics featured content on Audit/Risk Management, Forensics, Information Security, and Investigations. ADF showcased Digital Evidence Investigator PRO, and enabled interested conference attendees to receive a free trial of DEI PRO for forensic investigations on-scene or in forensic labs. The conference featured over 100+ cyber security and digital forensics sessions and more than 50 sponsors and exhibits.