This October kicks off with the fourth annual Northwest Regional ICAC Conference, a multi-state, multi-disciplinary event designed to provide lecture and lab training to prosecutors, digital forensic examiners, and law enforcement investigators focused on the investigation and prosecution of technology facilitated crimes against children.
The conference sponsored by the Seattle ICAC Task Force in partnership with Microsoft, features two days of pre-conference training, as well as three days of lecture and lab training at the Microsoft corporate campus. Conference topics will range from investigating child sexual exploitation and human trafficking topics to tools, tips, and best practices for solving crimes against children.
2018 Northwest Regional ICAC Conference
October 8-9 Pre-confrence | October 10-12 Conference
Redmond, Washington, USA
Presenters and Trainers will include detectives from various high tech and computer crime units, federal law enforcement officials, as well as state and local law enforcement agents and digital forensic software and solution providers. Topics will include:
- Analyzing Windows 10 Forensic Artifacts
- Dark Web Investigations
- Emerging Technologies & Investigative Tools
- Leveraging AI in Forensic Investigations
- Mobile Device Evidence Collection
- Vehicle & Drone Forensics and Investigations
- Identifying Cryptocurrency Payments
- Project VIC
- NCMEC CyberTipline & CyberTip Reports
- NW3C Utility Suite Software
ADF Digital Forensic Specialist and Trainer, Richard T. Frawley, will be presenting "On-Scene Digital Investigation Best Practices: From CyberTip to Court-Ready Paperwork" and each participant will receive a free trial of Digital Evidence Investigator® so they can start their digital investigation back in their forensic lab or on-scene during their next investigation.