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April 25, 2014: Back by popular demand—for its third year—Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley is hosting the 2014 National Cyber Crime Conference to be held Monday, April 28th – Wednesday, April 30th at the Four Points by Sheraton in Norwood.  The conference will feature three tracks of instruction: a track for prosecutors, a track for investigators and a track for digital evidence forensic examiners. Each track will have multiple breakout sessions featuring instruction from nationally recognised experts in the field of cyber crime.  All participants will be provided with an opportunity to receive hands-on instruction.

BitSec Global Forensics™ CEO and Founder, Mike Webber, will be leading three sessions.  The first on Tuesday will focus on Internet crimes against children.   Webber will demonstrate how Nuix can be used to answer the question of whether the user intentionally and knowingly possessed child pornography.    On Wednesday, Webber will present back to back sessions titled Google for Investigators.  In this lab session, participants learn to use Google more efficiently, finding more of what they want and less of what they don’t.

About BitSec Global Forensics

BitSec Global Forensics provides mission specific, scenario based, on-site CPE accredited training for digital forensic examiners, investigative personnel, litigation support professionals, and others involved in the collection and analysis of digital evidence.   Whether your mission is investigating loss of intellectual property, responding to a data breach,  or investigating Internet crimes against children, BitSec will create a custom training program to fit your unique needs.   BitSec also provides certified training and single source product solutions from EnCase, Nuix, HBGary, F-Response and other industry leaders.  Visit www.bitsecforensics.com to learn why the United States Government, as well as major Fortune 500 Corporations, entrust in BitSec to provide discreet and confidential on-site and up to date information security and digital forensic training. 

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