Digital Evidence, Fraud & Security - 3 & 4 November, KL

By: MgDelxis Group LLP  19/09/2008
Keywords: Human Capital Development

'Societe Generale lost $7 billion in trading fraud. The trader had "breached five levels of controls" and was "a computer genius". According to SG officals, the trader hid his unauthorized transactions by using his colleagues' computer access codes and falsifying emails and other documents. He was able to dodge internal monitoring systems with his knowledge gained from working for five years on the bank's security systems.'

If you are the first responder at the above digital crime scene, how do you identify "potentially relevant" sources of digital evidence? How do you preserve and collect the evidence in a forensically acceptable manner? What do you do in a forensic data analysis? How do you prepare a digital forensic report for internal use and for the Court and provide expert testimony?

Capitalise on international digital forensic expert's knolwedge to gain practical insights into the vital issues:
- Role of Digital Forensic in relation to Information Technology
- Planning a Digital Forensic Investigation
- Identifying and Collecting Digital Evidence
- Forensic Data Analysis
- Digital Evidence and the Law
- Forensic Report Preparation and Court Presentation

This practical platform combined with interactive demonstration of the latest tools, will enhance your knowledge of how to successfully conduct digital forensic investigation within your organization. Mr. Bryne will also cover the relevant laws within South East Asia region.

Involving a mixture of case studies, scenario exercises and breakout sessions, this platform is a must of IT auditors, fraud and security personnel, risk specialists, legal counsels and any other professional encountering digital evidence during the course of an investigation.

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Keywords: Human Capital Development

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