First International Digital Evidence Web Conference Confirms All-Star Speaker Line-up
DIGEV 2004 (24-25 June 2004, www.digev2004.com) is promising to become one of this year’s key fixtures in the digital event conference calendar with law enforcement, academia and corporates all taking a keen interest in the event’s high profile line-up.
London, June 01, 2004 — DIGEV 2004, the 1st International Digital Evidence Web Conference is regulated by some of the sector’s most prolific and distinguished practitioners. Advisory and Review Committee members include Clive Blake, Head of New Scotland Yard’s Computer Crime Unit, Troy Larson, Senior Forensic Investigator at Microsoft, Olivier de Vel, Head of Computer Forensics, Department of Defense, Australia and Zeno Geradts, R&D Coordinator for Digital Evidence at the Netherlands Forensic Institute, Robert Jones, INTERPOL Chair of the European Working Party on IT and Director of Digital Investigation Services, QinetiQ, to name but a few.
The speaker line-up boasts some of the industry’s most distinguished professionals such as: Dara Sewell (Chief Digital Evidence Forensics Unit, FBI and Chair of the SWGDE), Alan E. Brill (Senior Managing Director, Kroll Ontrack), Bill Boni (Vice President and Chief Information Security Officer Motorola Information Protection Services), Alastair MacGibbon (Director Australian High Tech Crime Centre AHTCC), Michael R. Anderson (President and primary founder of New Technologies, Inc.), Fred Cotton (Director Training Services, SEARCH National Criminal Justice) and many more.
The Web Conference is expected to have a tremendous impact on the sector’s global knowledge sharing. “DIGEV 2004 breaks down geographical and financial barriers. For the first time, practitioners can congregate without being tied to their agendas or travel budgets.”, says e-symposium’s Managing Director, Val-Pierre Genton.
The 2-day Web Conference will feature 24 of the sector’s most eminent speakers and will be streamed live to delegate computers around the world. Each presentation will last for 30 minutes, followed by a 15-minute Q&A session. Delegates can even chat amongst themselves with advanced, web-based Instant Messaging technology allowing delegates to view who is online and to chat with their colleagues live.
The Web Conference is organised by forensic.e-symposium which is broadly recognised as the leading Web site for forensic industry intelligence. The Web site content is split into three key areas: Web Conferences, Supplier Profiles and the TEK-centre, which features cutting edge industry coverage.