Come Hear Me at the HTCIA International Conference Next Week

I am honored to be presenting three topics at the The High Technology Crime Investigation Association (HTCIA) International Conference next week. They just mentioned it on the conference blog:

Davi Ottenheimer, a security and PCI expert, blogs at http://www.flyingpenguin.com/ — not just about infosec, but also on a wide variety of topics including energy, food, and sailing. He’ll be presenting “Anatomy of a Breach” on Wednesday, along with “No Patch for Social Engineering” and “Cloud Investigations and Forensics,” both on Monday.

Well, I’d say it’s all just the poetry of information security :)

The HTCIA is made up of many local chapters designed for information sharing on investigations, as you might guess from who is allowed membership

(a) Peace Officers, Investigators and Prosecuting Attorneys engaged in the investigation and/or prosecution of criminal activity associated with computers and/or advanced technologies. Each member shall be regularly employed by the Federal Government, State Government, Counties, and/or Municipal subdivisions of any state, or

(b) Management Level and Senior Staff Security Professionals in the regular employ of private business or Industry in the various states, the primary duties of which, are the control and responsibility for security and/or investigation in computer or advanced technology environments, or by virtue of his/her position or interest can provide, or have a need for information and training in the areas of computer and/or advanced technologies.

I hope the NZ security community reps will be there and able to discuss the Wilce incident.

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