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June 14-19, 2013
University at Buffalo
One of the missions of the Center of Excellence in Information Systems Assurance Research and Education (CEISARE) is to increase awareness in information assurance (IA) by arranging seminars, conferences and workshops. The goal of this five and half-day workshop is to educate executives in banking and financial institutions in the area of IA and management so that they are better prepared to deal with malicious attacks targeted at their systems and network. The workshop features experienced instructors from academia and industry, interactive sessions, and visits to corporate network operations centers.
Michael McCartney will be presenting the topic Proactive Forensics and Compliance 101 on Tuesday, June 18, from 2:45 p.m. to 4:15 p.m.
Visit this website for additional information about the event: http://www.cubs.buffalo.edu/IPIAM/
July 31, 2013
Monroe Community College - More details to come
Michael McCartney will be presenting on the topic of Cyber Security Data Breach
Michael McCartney, President/CEO of DIGITS LLC explains the unscrupulous actions that can happen to your business if you do not take security seriously. McCartney continues by offering case studies and real world scenarios of what could happen if you do not have the proper systems and technology in place. Even after the damage is done, it is important to understand the steps you need to take to avoid litigation and data breach notification requirements, as well as the steps to preserve valuable electronic evidence. McCartney is an internationally known expert in Computer Crime Investigations and Computer Forensics and is a Certified Forensic Computer Examiner (CFCE) through the International Association of Computer Investigative Specialists.
August 1, 2013, 12:15 p.m to 1:15 p.m.
Erie County Bar Association Head Quarters
This Session focuses on the fundamentals of computer forensics analysis:
Real life case studies will be used to highlight what the computer forensic expert looks for on computers, smart phones and tablets. Identification of Electronically Stored Information (ESI) and how computer forensics is used to identify fraud as well as proactive compliance programs and regulatory inquires. You will learn what you can expect to gather from computers and smart phones whose contents become evidence in your cases.
Upon completion of this segment, you should be better able to:
1. Understand the practical use of Computer Forensics in Data Loss Prevention (DLP).
2. Understand what ESI is available from computers and smartphones.
3. How to implement Proactive Computer Forensics techniques into Human Resource, Regulatory, Compliance, FCPA and other regulatory, compliance and Audit Programs.For more information regarding this presentation or other upcoming events please contact Mike McCartney at [email protected]