CPE Credits: 16
Indianapolis, IN | December 12-13, 2016
Fraud examinations are constantly evolving, and technology is often the driving force behind these changes. In today's data-driven environment, the evidence obtained to investigate and eventually prosecute a fraud can come from numerous sources — many of which are now digital. Identifying where digital evidence might be stored and using specialized tools and techniques to preserve this data will require new expertise from both the digital forensics practitioner and the fraud examiner.
This 2-day seminar will introduce you to digital forensics and discuss accepted techniques to identify, preserve and manage digital evidence. You will learn how to qualify and work with the digital forensics expert to effectively narrow the focus of large volumes of data and identify those elements that will best serve the case. Learning how to work with these professionals and how to plan an investigative strategy in the digital environment will maximize your chance for a successful fraud examination.
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Hotel & Venue Information
Hyatt Regency Indianapolis
One South Capitol Ave
Indianapolis, IN 46204
Hotel Phone: (888) 241-1442
Room Rate: $119 single/double
Hotel Cut-Off Date: December 5, 2016
Registration & Fees
Early Registration Deadline*: November 11, 2016
Register by the Early Registration Deadline to SAVE an additional $95!*
Walter W. Manning, CFE
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*Payment must be received by November 11, 2016 to receive early registration discount.