Last week, we gave you 6 great reasons to join us for the 2nd Annual Americas User Forum on September 19-20 in San Antonio, TX, immediately following the Techno Security & Digital Forensics Conference.  Today we’re giving you even more reasons: our most current list of sessions and speakers for this exclusive Cellebrite event.

Seats for this User Forum event are limited and filling up fast – so please review the following list of sessions and speakers, then register today to secure your spot.  We’re even giving you 30% off your Techno Security & Digital Forensics Conference pass!

Cellebrite Americas User Forum Sessions and Speakers

Just confirmed: How Does Uber Support Global Law Enforcement?

  • Michael Sullivan – Manager, Global Law Enforcement Operations – Uber

Just confirmed: Acquiring Data from the Internet of Things

  • Steve Watson – CEO – VTO Labs

VIP Welcome Reception

  • Cellebrite Executives

10 Things You Didn’t Know You Can Get from a Mobile Device (Corporate Investigations)

  • Jonathan Fairtlough – Managing Director, Cybersecurity – Kroll

Panel Discussion: Advancing the Future of Digital Intelligence

  • Product Management Panel – Cellebrite

Data in the Sky: Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) “Drone” Extraction and Examination

Lab session

  • Danny Garcia – Sr. Director of Certification and Learning Technology – Cellebrite

Collection at a Mass Crime Scene: A Look at the Pulse Nightclub Tragedy

  • Ed Michael – Detective, Orlando, FL Police Department

Cellebrite Pathfinder Case Study: The YJB Gang

Lab session

  • Ed Michael – Detective, Orlando, FL Police Department 

Previewing Mobile Devices and Storage Media – a.k.a. Effective Onsite Triage

  • Jim Dibble – Manager of Investigative Training – Cellebrite
  • Keith Leavitt – Senior Trainer Developer – Cellebrite

Using Cellebrite Physical Analyzer to Decode Apple iCloud Data

  • Dan Ogden – Senior Digital Investigative Analyst – United States Department of Justice 

Integrating Analytics into your Digital Investigation to Solve a Child Exploitation Case

  • Shahaf Rozanski – Director of Product Management – Forensics

Utilizing Qualcomm EDL Access Mode

  • Scott Lorenz – Chief Forensic Analyst – Centex Technologies
  • – Professor of Criminal Justice – Central Texas College

Search and Seizure for Digital Evidence

  • Honorable Mark J. McGinnis – Judge, Outagamie County Circuit Court, Wisconsin

Carpenter v. USA: Impacts to Historical Call Detail Records

  • Honorable Mark J. McGinnis – Judge, Outagamie County Circuit Court, Wisconsin

Whether you’re a forensic examiner, investigator or prosecutor, from law enforcement or a corporation, by attending our User Forum you’ll get to participate in engaging interactive educational sessions and workshops directly related to your daily challenges – and you’ll walk away with actionable solutions to make your workflow even more streamlined and efficient.

Register now and get 30% off your Techno Security & Digital Forensics Conference pass!

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