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Dinsdag 8 oktober - Forensic Edition:

10.30 – 11.30

Automating Forensic Investigations and Possibilities of Customizing Investigation Environments
Alexander Poelma. Director, Business Development International & US Federal Sales, AccessData

In this presentation, Alexander Poelma will provide an overview of what technical possibilities there are to automate Digital Forensics. Using AccessData products for example via the AccessData® API.  Besides this, showing how different type of users can be offered their best environment to do their investigation. He also will address the latest new features of the AccessData products AD Lab, FTK®, Quin-C™ & QView.

10.30 – 11.30

Working with mh Service’s new mobile phone forensic solutions in the lab and out in the field.
Alexandra Nasshan, Martin Hermann, Jamie Clarke, mh Service

At mh Service we develop and produce all our solutions according to current forensic needs. At the DE-Day we will present our newest solutions for multiple mobile phone forensics to help investigators in the laboratory and out in the field.

10.30 – 11.30

Hoe stop je het binnensmokkelen van mobiele telefoons in PI’s?
Peter Smitskam, DataExpert

Berkeley Varitronics Systems is een Amerikaanse producent en innovator op het gebied van draadloze- en beveiligingstechnologie. Zij ontwikkelen onder andere apparatuur voor toepassingen door penitentiaire inrichtingen, politie- en opsporingsdiensten om mobiele telefoons en andere communicatieapparatuur te detecteren in ruimtes waar deze ongewenst of verboden zijn. DataExpert is sinds het begin van dit jaar Benelux verkooppunt voor BVS. Tijdens deze sessie krijgt u inzicht in de toepassingsmogelijkheden en kunt u kennis maken met enkele detectieapparaten van dit bedrijf.

Scott Schober, CEO van BVS, is een veel gevraagde gast bij Amerikaanse televisie- en radiostations wanneer de thema’s “security” en “fraude met geldautomaten” aan bod komt.

11.45 – 12.45

The Acquisition and Decryption of File Vaulted APFS containers on T2 chip Macs
Tim Thorne, Solutions Consultant, BlackBag technologies 

“Tips and Tricks” - Imaging Macs and the current associated issues; T2 – APFS – File Vault -  How MacQuisition & BlackLight will assist.

11.45 – 12.45

Where is Mobile Forensics heading?
Rudi Owens, Peter Goossens, Carlos Maosalva, MSAB

The challenges in mobile forensics are greater than ever. To deal with them, pioneering Law Enforcement organizations are decentralizing forensic work and adopting improved processes and capabilities. Learn how the MSAB Kiosk and XEC are instrumental to the evolution, about new tools, standards and training, expanded visualization capabilities, the importance of the "golden hour" and how to effectively preserve forensic evidence.

13.45 – 14.45

Messenger Forensics: Evidence Hide-and-Seek
Tanya Pankova, Oxygen Forensics

Messengers nowadays are without doubt a primary source of digital evidence storing a tremendous amount of user data including chats, shared files, geo locations, contacts, and many other artifacts. Due to the limitation of the current mobile device extraction methods, sophisticated app encryption and app features that include self-destruct messages, secret and hidden chats getting this valuable evidence has already become a great challenge for investigators. In this session we will talk a wide range of messengers, like WhatsApp, Viber, Telegram, Facebook, Signal, Wickr Me, Threema, etc. that are popular not only with law-abiding users but also with drug dealers, terrorists, and people sharing sexual abuse images. We will examine their encryption algorithms, secret and hidden chats, and alternative extraction methods from computer and cloud including some methods exclusively available in Oxygen Forensic® Detective software.

13.45 – 14.45

To the Cloud! Get the Evidence You Need to Move Cases Forward
Rhys Tooby, Solutions Consultant, Magnet Forensics

Some of the most important sources of evidence in a criminal investigation are also the hardest to get. An encrypted, password-protected mobile device can be useless if you have no way to get the password. Social media providers are infamous for their red tape, delaying your returns for weeks or even months. And, if you’re in a country other than where the provider is located, mutual legal assistance treaties can take years to process. Fortunately, there is a solution: obtain the evidence directly from cloud-based user accounts. Join Rhys Tooby a Solution Consultant (EMEA) at Magnet Forensics as he walks through these issues using examples from Instagram, Facebook, and iCloud backups. We will demonstrate how to pull data from multiple sources and use commercial innovations to save time during investigations

15.00 – 16.00

Leaked passwords, Decryptum, Passware latest news
Toni Parn, Passware

Based on leaked password databases we have made an analysis on most commonly used passwords and what you can learn from it. Introduction to Decryptum – liquid cooled PCs made for password recovery. Introduction to Passware training. Live demonstration of the latest features to Passware Kit Forensic.

15.00 – 16.00

Digital Intelligence Expanded
Cellebrite Executive