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Here are a few highlights of what you can expect at MVS 2024. Register to find the full list of presentations and to build out your ideal agenda.

MVS Keynote Presenter: David Chow

We’re excited to have David Chow, Chief Technology Strategy Officer at Trend Micro, join us as a keynote presenter at Magnet Virtual Summit 2024. David will deliver a keynote address on best practices on public/private sector collaboration and how to ensure these partnerships are symbiotic and impactful. We can’t wait to hear his insights!

Speakers

  • Aaron Reyes

    • Director of Digital Forensics, Crowe LLP
    • Digital Forensics in the Cloud: Mastering ESI Collection in Microsoft 365 and Google WorkspaceDigital Forensics in the Cloud: Mastering ESI Collection in Microsoft 365 and Google Workspace
    Aaron Reyes is a Director in the Advisory Group at Crowe. He has more than 18 years of professional experience in information technology, digital forensics, cyber incident response, e-discovery, information security, and data analytics. Aaron specializes in digital forensics investigation at Crowe. He performs digital forensic investigations and e-discovery evidence-gathering procedures for civil, criminal, and bankruptcy proceedings and leverages advanced data analytics in the investigation analysis. 

  • Alexander Jason

    • Forensic Analyst, ANITE Group
    • Body Worn Cameras: Working with Bad Video to Find the Significant ElementsBody Worn Cameras: Working with Bad Video to Find the Significant Elements
    Alex Jason, MFS, CSCSA has been a forensic analyst for over 25 years and is an expert in crime scene analysis and reconstruction. He is a Fellow of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences, a Senior Certified Crime Scene Analyst, and he is also Certified in Forensic Photography and Digital Imaging.

    Jason holds certification as an AXON Video Analyst and Metrologist. Certified in Forensic Digital Analysis and Authentication (NCMC). He often performs analysis for law enforcement agencies of body worn cameras and security cameras. He has a Masters in Forensic Science.
  • Alexis Brignoni

    • Special Agent, Federal Law Enforcement Agency
    • Archivos SEGB para incluir en el nuevo formato en iOS 17Archivos SEGB para incluir en el nuevo formato en iOS 17

    Alexis Brignoni has been serving the area of Orlando, Florida for the last 14 years as a Special Agent of a Federal Law Enforcement agency. A native of San Juan, Puerto Rico, he has a Bachelor’s in Computer Science and an MBA in Management of Information Systems. Before working as a digital forensics examiner, he was a case agent tasked with investigating online crimes against children, network intrusions, intellectual property and online fraud among others. Currently holding multiple digital forensics certifications, Alexis Brignoni has been focused on mobile app digital forensics as an area of interest due to the ever-evolving challenge of parsing a never-ending stream of new applications for relevant data. He can be reached online via Twitter @AlexisBrignoni and on his blog at abrignoni.com.

  • Andrew Hunniford

    • Co-Founder, Orbital Data Consulting
    • Dancing Between eDisco and DFIRDancing Between eDisco and DFIR

    Andrew Hunniford has over 20 years experience in electronic discovery, data governance and digital forensics. Andrew has worked for large corporations, law firms and consultancies. He is the Co-Founder of Orbital Data Consulting. Andrew is responsible for managing international growth at Orbital and overseeing the eDiscovery practice, which has seen significant expansion since the business was founded during the global pandemic of 2020. Andrew is a skilled manager who has led numerous teams working on complex discovery investigations. Recently he assembled a team of 40+ professionals in six countries to support a global client facing a regulatory investigation from 5 international regulators. The team collected more than 1200 separate pieces of media and processed over 500 million records. Andrew’s team devised a complex workflow which took into consideration, classified data, private and personal data. At the time, the project was the largest regulatory investigation for concurrent users and data volumes to go through a TAR / predictive coding process. Andrew is focused on delivering excellent customer service across digital forensic, eDiscovery and cyber security related projects. He is excellent at communicating complex technical issues in a jargon free manner.

  • Barbara Guttman

    • Software Quality Group Manager, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
    • On the Same Page...Digital Forensics Quality Management and Standards - Why it Matters to youOn the Same Page...Digital Forensics Quality Management and Standards - Why it Matters to you
    Barbara Guttman has been leading the NIST Digital Evidence program for over 20 years, focusing on the correct and efficient processing of digital evidence.  She is also a member of the Scientific Working Group on Digital Evidence (SWGDE)  and the Organization of Scientific Area Committees (OSAC) Digital Evidence Subcommittee.  She is the Leader of the Software Quality Group and also the Voting Systems Program Manager.
  • Bart Wolczyk

    • Technical Manager, Magnet Forensics
    • Automated video extraction from Cloud-Based Surveillance Systems using Magnet WITNESSAutomated video extraction from Cloud-Based Surveillance Systems using Magnet WITNESS
    Bart Wolczyk is a software engineer at Magnet Forensics. For the past five years, he has worked on implementing recovery software for the various makes and models of DVR recorders and more recently for cloud-based security systems. He has also worked on custom DVR cases including the recovery of deleted footage, and recovery of footage from damaged drives. Bart has 16 years of software engineering experience across several industries including digital forensics, data backup, e-commerce, and merchant services. He holds a BS in Computer Science from Southeast Missouri State University.
  • Beth Jenkins

    • Lecturer in Digital Forensics & Cyber Security, University of South Wales
    • What is At-Scene Accreditation and how do we teach it to the next generation?What is At-Scene Accreditation and how do we teach it to the next generation?
    Beth Jenkins is a Digital Forensics Lecturer at the University of South Wales. She is a former Forensic Quality Specialist for Gwent Police where she specialised in all things accreditation. The project work she completed for both her BSc (Hons) and MSc were commended by the Forensic Science Regulator and members of the Forensic Capability Network, winning her Cyber Newcomer of the Year at the Cyber Security Awards in 2022. Beth has spoken at various conferences on the topic of accreditation such as the Magnet Virtual Summit, Forensic F3 Forum, and Europol’s Forensic Experts Forum in 2021 and 2022. Her interests lie firmly within quality in the world of Digital Forensics. She is very passionate about implementing accreditation and educating individuals on its effective use within laboratories. Beth has dedicated her career to breaking down the barriers surrounding accreditation and aims to make standardisation an achievable goal rather than a taboo topic.
  • William Odom

    Bill Odom

    • Co-Founder, Orbital Data Consulting
    • Dancing between eDisco and DFIRDancing between eDisco and DFIR

    William Odom has over 27 years of experience in computer forensics, cybersecurity investigations, electronic discovery, and expert testimony globally. He is a Co-Founder for Orbital Data Consulting, where he leads the global team for Digital Forensic and Incident Response investigations. He began his career in this area as a Special Agent with the FBI where he received training in general investigative techniques, computer intrusion and security matters and national intelligence and counterintelligence matters. He was also certified through the FBI Laboratory as a Certified Computer Forensics Examiner for the FBI’s Computer Analysis Response Team (CART). During his service, he managed the Computer Forensics Lab for the Houston office of the FBI and was involved in nearly all the 200+ federal matters investigated by the FBI, ranging from white-collar crime to terrorism and national security matters.

    His experience includes cybersecurity breaches and intrusion investigations, electronic discovery, forensic computer science, information security and data analysis experience. He has significant expert testimony experience related to computer forensics, written numerous affidavits and managed the collection of thousands of computers, network and mobile devices. He routinely consults with clients regarding electronic discovery matters, such as helping clients prepare for discovery by assessing sources of Electronically Stored Information (“ESI”) and designing preservation and collection protocols. He has directed the preservation, analysis, and review of ESI in a range of matters including intrusion and criminal investigations, independent litigation, regulatory compliance, and internal inquiries.

    He has led numerous projects for Fortune 500 companies and their counsel. His experiences in these matters cover numerous industries, including: Oil and Gas, Automotive, Financial Services, Healthcare, Consumer Products, Technology, Retail, and Manufacturing.
  • Brandon Epstein

    • Chairperson, Scientific Working Group on Digital Evidence
    • On the Same Page...Digital Forensics Quality Management and Standards - Why it Matters to youOn the Same Page...Digital Forensics Quality Management and Standards - Why it Matters to you
    Brandon Epstein is the Chief Forensic Officer at Medex Forensics has and has been a digital forensic examiner since 2014. Brandon holds a Master of Science degree in Recording Arts – Emphasis Media Forensics as well as numerous digital forensic certifications. He is the chair of the Scientific Working Group on Digital Evidence and is a member of the IAI’s Forensic Video Certification board, IACP Cybercrime and Digital Evidence committee, the American Academy of Forensic Science, and the NIST/OSAC Video/Imaging Technology and Analysis Subcommittee. Brandon is an adjunct professor in the New Jersey Institute of Technology’s Forensic Science Program and regularly provides digital forensic instruction to local, state, and federal law enforcement officers nationwide and internationally.
  • Cameron Blanchard

    Cameron Blanchard

    • Investigator, St. Joseph County Cyber Crimes Unit / University of Notre Dame
    • Fostering the Next Generation of Digital Investigators: Lessons from the Notre Dame Model of a Student-Led Digital Forensics UnitFostering the Next Generation of Digital Investigators: Lessons from the Notre Dame Model of a Student-Led Digital Forensics Unit
    • Navigating the Shadows: Crime in the Metaverse and the Need for Legal PreparednessNavigating the Shadows: Crime in the Metaverse and the Need for Legal Preparedness
    Cameron Blanchard is a senior undergraduate fellow in the Notre Dame International Security Program majoring in Political Science and Psychology and minoring in Computing and Digital Technologies with a focus in Cyber Safety and Security. Her academic experience includes privacy and security, cyber law, applications of steganography, and technological investigative techniques. In addition to her studies, Blanchard is an Investigator at the St. Joseph County Cyber Crimes Unit, where she conducts forensic acquisitions and examinations and composes search warrants for active criminal investigations in the Michigan-Indiana area.  
  • Christoper Vance

    • Senior Technical Forensics Specialist, Magnet Forensics
    • Mobile Unpacked: Ep. 14 // Logging La Vida LocaMobile Unpacked: Ep. 14 // Logging La Vida Loca

    Christopher Vance is a Senior Technical Forensics Specialist with Magnet Forensics specializing in mobile and macOS research. Christopher worked in the public sector doing digital forensics investigations for a number of years before joining Magnet Forensics where he helped developed and deliver training curriculum before moving to a research and development role. You can find more of his work being shared with the community on Magnet’s monthly web series “Mobile Unpacked with Chris Vance” as well as on his personal blog http://d204n6.com.
  • Curtis Mutter

    • Director, Product Management, Magnet Forensics
    • Magnet Forensics for Public Safety: Integrating Tools and Teams for Smarter Digital InvestigationsMagnet Forensics for Public Safety: Integrating Tools and Teams for Smarter Digital Investigations

    Curtis Mutter joined Magnet Forensics in 2018 and has over 12 years of Product Management experience across a variety of software and hardware based industries including Enterprise content management, and professional A/V.

  • David Chow

    • Chief Technology Strategy Officer, Trend Micro
    • Public/Private Sector Cybersecurity Collaboration – The Key to Risk Management & Cybercriminal DefeatPublic/Private Sector Cybersecurity Collaboration – The Key to Risk Management & Cybercriminal Defeat

    David has extensive experience in the US federal government through his 20 years of Federal services. Having served as the Chief Information Officer for the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), David led the IT modernization of the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) mortgage loan systems and its $1.3 trillion portfolio, matured agency’s cybersecurity program and drove operational efficiencies using robotic process automation and artificial intelligence. Prior to his HUD role, he served as Principal Deputy CIO and Chief Information Security Officer with the National Credit Union Administration for seven years. During this same time, he was appointed as an Executive Advisor to the CIO of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) with a focus on cybersecurity programs and IT operational efficiencies. He also served in executive and leadership positions at the Department of Transportation and the White House.

  • David Miles

    • President, Magnet Forensics
    • Joining Together at Magnet Virtual Summit 2024Joining Together at Magnet Virtual Summit 2024

    David Miles is President of Magnet Forensics, where he oversees day-to-day activities and is responsible for managing the overall vision and strategy of the company. He has nearly 20 years of experience in cybersecurity. Prior to Magnet Forensics, David was also a co-founder and VP of R&D at Endgame which initially built cyber security capabilities for the government sector. Endgame later launched a commercial endpoint security platform pioneering active defense and “hunt” capabilities to discover threats and adversaries on the network. Endgame was acquired by Elastic (ESTC) in 2019 for $234 million. In addition, David has held technical and business development leadership roles at Optiv (formerly Accuvant) and Internet Security Systems (acquired by IBM in 2006).

  • Doug Metz

    • Senior Security Forensics Specialist, Magnet Forensics
    • Investigating Malware With Free Tools and Magnet AXIOM CyberInvestigating Malware With Free Tools and Magnet AXIOM Cyber

    Doug Metz is a Senior Security Forensics Specialist with Magnet Forensics. Doug has nearly 20 years of experience in Digital Forensics and Incident Response. His experience spans corporate, government, and academic institutions – from building and protecting secure networks, to defending them, to identifying and responding to compromises.

    Prior to Magnet, Doug served as Global Incident Response Manager for a Fortune 200, managing a global team of analysts and the Security Operations Center. Doug is the 2nd Vice President for the Delaware Valley / Philadelphia chapter of the High Tech Crime Investigators Association (HTCIA), and is a volunteer for Magnet’s Auxtera Project.

    Doug’s blog, BakerStreetForensics.com, focuses on malware analysis and DFIR tips and tricks, with an emphasis on PowerShell and command line scripting. Doug holds several industry certifications including: MCFE, MCME, MCCE, MCVE, GCIH, GCFE, GCFA, GCTI, GREM, CISSP, NW3C CCE.

  • Drew Roberts

    • Director, Product Management, Magnet Forensics
    • Live Q&A With Magnet Forensics Experts: Enterprise & Service ProvidersLive Q&A With Magnet Forensics Experts: Enterprise & Service Providers
    • Transforming Digital Investigations With Magnet Forensics (For Enterprise and Service Providers)Transforming Digital Investigations With Magnet Forensics (For Enterprise and Service Providers)

    Drew Roberts joined Magnet Forensics in 2018 and has over 10 years experience in product management. Since joining Magnet Drew’s primary focus has been serving the unique needs of Magnet’s private sector customer base. Drew played a key role in the product launches of AXIOM Cyber and AUTOMATE Enterprise, and currently serves as Director, Product Management for private sector DFIR.

    Prior to joining Magnet Drew spent 8 years in financial services software, helping provide solutions to major banks targeted at both treasury and consumer banking. Drew holds a Bachelor of Mathematics in Honours Computer Science with a business option from the University of Waterloo.

  • Enrique Banda

    Enrique Banda

    • Consultant, Magnet Foreniscs
    • Magnet WITNESS: Acelere la recuperación y el análisis de DVR’s de CCTV’s y Cámaras de vigilancia con almacenamiento en la NubeMagnet WITNESS: Acelere la recuperación y el análisis de DVR’s de CCTV’s y Cámaras de vigilancia con almacenamiento en la Nube
    • Artifact IQ Revisión inmediata de la información de dispositivos móvilesArtifact IQ Revisión inmediata de la información de dispositivos móviles
    • Mejores prácticas para la incautación de teléfonos celularesMejores prácticas para la incautación de teléfonos celulares

    Enrique Banda Trabaja actualmente como ingeniero en ventas y consultor forense para Magnet Forensics para la región de LATAM , tiene 11 años de experiencia trabajando en forense digital , comenzó como investigador en computo forense en el ejército mexicano en las áreas de tecnologías de la información y contrainteligencia. Después de dejar el servicio en el ejército. Enrique trabajo como investigador forense e instructor de los cursos oficiales de herramientas forenses para computadoras y dispositivos móviles, Tiene una licenciatura en informática administrativa y una especialización en sistemas de la información.

  • Ervin Daniels​

    • Senior Security Architect , IBM Security
    • Modernize SecOps With Security AI & AutomationModernize SecOps With Security AI & Automation

    Ervin Daniels, MBA, CISSP, CCSP, CBCP, Sr. Security Architect – Americas for IBM. He has over 25 years of technology and Security leadership and practitioner experience across different industry verticals. 

    Before joining IBM in 2016, he worked as an Information Security Engineer at Equifax as part of the Security Operations team. Before Equifax, he also worked at Atlanta Public Schools as a Sr. Network Security Engineer and at Georgia Pacific, where he worked for 15 years in several roles as IT Specialist, Network Server Administrator, and Business Continuity management.

    Ervin is also the author and editor of Cybersecurity Defense-in-Depth at https://ervindaniels.com/. His passion is to share all of the knowledge and experience he’s gained over the years and to provide a platform where like-minded individuals can network and learn about Cybersecurity.

  • Evangelos Dragonas

    • Digital Forensics Researcher, University of Piraeus
    • The Hidden Goldmine: Investigating CCTV Log Records for InsightsThe Hidden Goldmine: Investigating CCTV Log Records for Insights

    Evangelos Dragonas, PhD, is a researcher at the Department of Digital Systems, University of Piraeus (Greece). His research focuses on the field of Digital Forensics. He also works as a Digital Forensics Examiner and holds CFCE, MCFE, and MCME certifications.

  • Giuseppe Totaro

    • Senior Specialist, Europol
    • Streamlining Digital Forensics: The Power of Automation in Interactive ProgramsStreamlining Digital Forensics: The Power of Automation in Interactive Programs

    Giuseppe Totaro is a Senior Specialist in digital forensics. He earned his Ph.D. in Computer Science from Sapienza University of Rome in 2015. His research and development work is mainly focused on high performance computing, programming and digital forensics.

  • Greg Ward

    • Professional Services Consultant, Magnet Forensics
    • AUTOMATE’ing Your Lab AUTOMATE’ing Your Lab

    Greg Ward has been with Magnet Forensics for 4 years, first starting as a product manager before moving to the Professional Services team. He started out focusing on Magnet AXIOM Process before taking the product management lead on Magnet AUTOMATE. Before Magnet, he worked in product management at Canon Medical with a focus on automated data processing for Radiology and Cardiology. This blended background of experiences in product management with different disciplines has given him a keen insight into how industries evolve and grow from small-scale data processing tools to enterprise-scale solutions that meet the rising tide of digital data. He applies that knowledge and expertise in consulting on the implementation of our Magnet Digital Investigation Suite.

  • Jad Saliba

    • Chief Innovation Officer, Magnet Forensics
    • Joining Together at Magnet Virtual Summit 2024Joining Together at Magnet Virtual Summit 2024

    After several years combating crime as a police officer and digital forensics investigator, Jad Saliba decided to expand his impact by founding Magnet Forensics in 2011. He wanted to address the challenges caused by the constantly increasing presence of technology in modern crime. As Chief Innovation Officer at Magnet Forensics, Jad is focused on staying ahead of criminals in all of their attempts to stay hidden in the digital world—often in cases involving terrorism, child exploitation, or corporate cybercrime. His efforts, alongside those of all Magnet employees, have led to thousands of agencies around the world being able to solve more cases in less time—which drives Jad and his team even harder in their mission to seek justice and protect the innocent.

  • Jason Jordaan

    • Principal Forensic Analyst, DFIRLABS
    • Tales From the Trenches: How Bad Digital Forensics Threatens Justice in CourtTales From the Trenches: How Bad Digital Forensics Threatens Justice in Court
    Jason Jordaan is leading digital forensics, incident response, and cybercrime investigation specialist. He has been acknowledged in as an expert witness in the High Court of South Africa. He began his digital forensics career in the early days of the development of the digital forensics discipline when he combined his love for computers and technology with his role as a police detective. He served as a detective with the South African Police Service Commercial Branch, before moving to the Special Investigating Unit, where he established their digital forensics laboratory. In 2014, after being instrumental in multiple high-profile investigations over 23 years of service, he resigned from his position as National Head of Cyberforensics to establish DFIRLABS. As the founder and Principal Forensic Analyst of DFIRLABS, Jason leads the practice, and continues to conduct high-level digital forensics engagements throughout the globe.

    Jason is also an active academic, researcher, author, speaker, advisor, and trainer. He is a member of the faculty of the SANS Technology Institute. He teaches digital forensics, and is a course author, for the SANS Institute, and has taught digital forensics to some of the leading law enforcement agencies, intelligence services, and military units in the world, including the FBI, US Secret Service, London Metropolitan Police, UK National Crime Agency, US Special Operations Command, Australian Air Force, the German Army, and more. He is actively involved in mentoring law enforcement digital forensic practitioners as a member of IACIS. His author has been published in several peer reviewed journals, with his recent research focusing on quality assurance in digital forensics. Jason is also a co-author and contributing author to several books. He is a member of the Advisory Board for the University of Pretoria, the SANS Institute, and served as an advisor to the South African Deputy Minister of Justice for the development of the South African Cyber Crime Act.
  • Jason Wilkins

    • Instructor, Digital Investigations Pro
    • Getting Started in Digital Forensics for Free! Getting Started in Digital Forensics for Free!

    Metro Atlanta Digital Forensics Examiner, 4:Cast Newcomer of the Year 2020, Military Contractor embedded with Iraqi Special Forces for Digital Intelligence, Instructor at Digital Investigations Pro, adjunct professor at Iowa Central Community College, author of Law Enforcement Analysis for Small Agencies and co-author to Hitchhiker’s Guide to DFIR.

  • Jay Varda

    Jay Varda  

    • Digital Forensic Specialist, Federal - GS, Magnet Forensics
    • Mobile Workflows With Magnet Forensics Solutions Mobile Workflows With Magnet Forensics Solutions
    Jay Varda is a Solutions Consultant and subject matter expert in Mobile Device Forensics. Prior to joining Magnet Forensics, Jay served in federal Law Enforcement for over 29 years, with over half of those years spent as a Computer Forensics Agent within Homeland Security Investigations. Jay possesses several certifications and is a court qualified expert witness in Digital Forensics.
  • Jean-François Brouillette

    • Operational Practice Lead - Cyber Incident Response, National Bank of Canada
    • Optimizing Remote Acquisition by Threat TypeOptimizing Remote Acquisition by Threat Type

    Jean-François’ career began in IT systems management a little over ten years ago before specializing in cybersecurity. He spent a few years acting as a consultant (KPMG Egyde) and responding to crisis situations around the world in large organizations during cyberattacks. Jean-François then joined the National Bank of Canada team to support their cyber defense team and help advance the cyber incident response practice. His motivation has always been to help, using his skills, to prevent cyberattacks and to complicate, as much as possible, the life of cybercriminals.

  • Jeff Bickford

    • Solutions Consultant, Magnet Forensics
    • Get Up to Speed on Magnet AXIOM Cyber (2023 Year in Review)Get Up to Speed on Magnet AXIOM Cyber (2023 Year in Review)

    Jeff is a Solutions Consultant at Magnet Forensics, bringing with him a wealth of expertise from a distinguished 20-year career in law enforcement. Having served on both state and federal investigative teams, Jeff has a proven track record in handling a diverse range of cases, including narcotics, organized retail theft, ICAC, fraud, and homicide. Upon retiring from law enforcement, Jeff transitioned to the private sector, where he served as a Senior Consultant for a large DFIR firm. In this role, he played a pivotal part in large-scale ransomware investigations, collaborating with some of the country’s leading businesses. Jeff’s journey continues as he takes on the role of Solutions Consultant at Magnet Forensics, contributing his skills to the advancement of digital forensics. His commitment to excellence is underscored by his participation in training programs and the attainment of multiple industry-recognized forensic certifications from esteemed institutions such as SANS, IACIS, NCFI, and Magnet Forensics’ MCFE.

  • Jeremy Horowitz

    • Senior Consultant, EY
    • Investigating a Turncloak: A Case Study on When AXIOM Cyber and VERAKEY Intersect With a Malicious InsiderInvestigating a Turncloak: A Case Study on When AXIOM Cyber and VERAKEY Intersect With a Malicious Insider
    Jeremy Horowitz is a senior consultant of Ernst & Young in its Global Forensic and Integrity Services team based in New Jersey. Jeremy is an experienced DFIR professional with expertise in forensic imaging/analysis, cybercrime investigations, and Linux systems administration. He previously spent seven years in law enforcement, where he specialized in digital forensics, incident response, and cybercrime investigations.
  • Jessica Hyde

    • Founder, Hexordia
    • Capture the Flag Workshop: Tips for Competing in the Magnet Virtual Summit CTF With Hands-On PracticeCapture the Flag Workshop: Tips for Competing in the Magnet Virtual Summit CTF With Hands-On Practice
    • Capture The Flag ChallengeCapture The Flag Challenge
    • Mobile Forensics Images - Getting the Right Data Mobile Forensics Images - Getting the Right Data

    Jessica Hyde is an experienced forensic examiner in both the government and commercial sectors. She is the founder of Hexordia and an Adjunct Professor teaching Mobile Forensics in the Digital Forensics graduate program at George Mason University, where she achieved an MS in Computer Forensics. She is also involved in several community efforts including Associate Editor for the Forensic Science International: Digital Investigations Journal, Chair of DFIR Review, 2nd VP on the International Executive Committee of the High Tech Crime Investigation Association, and advisory board for Cyber Sleuths Lab. Her previous roles include Director of Forensics at Magnet Forensics, Senior Mobile Exploitation Analyst for Basis Technology, Senior at EY, and Senior Electrical Engineer at American Systems. Jessica is also proud to be a veteran of the United States Marine Corps.

  • Johann Hoffmann​

    • CEO, Griffeye
    • Digital Media Investigations: The Impact of Large-Scale Police Collaboration Digital Media Investigations: The Impact of Large-Scale Police Collaboration
    Johann Hofmann, MSc in Intelligent Systems Design (IT), has 15 years’ experience in applied image and video analysis gained in the specialist field of crime investigations involving the sexual exploitation of children. He is the CEO at company Griffeye and before this, he worked as law enforcement liaison and product manager at NetClean. Johann’s mission is set to put powerful solutions in the hands of investigators and examiners, with state-of-the-art technologies such as Artificial Intelligence, Facial Recognition, and open standards for large-scale police collaboration. With one foot in academia and the other in law enforcement, he has gained a deep and thorough understanding of law enforcement operations and requirements and how research can address the relevant issues. To date, Johann and his team at Griffeye has successfully equipped thousands of law enforcement agencies with technology that makes a positive impact in the world.
  • John Wilson

    • Chief Information Security Officer, HaystackID
    • Have Data Sizes Exceeded Practical Limits For Civil Litigation?Have Data Sizes Exceeded Practical Limits For Civil Litigation?
    As Chief Information Security Officer and President of Forensics at HaystackID, John provides consulting and forensic services to help companies address various matters related to electronic discovery and computer forensics, including leading forensic investigations, cryptocurrency investigations, and ensuring proper preservation of evidence items and chain of custody. He regularly develops forensic workflows and processes for clients ranging from major financial institutions to governmental departments, including Fortune 500 companies and Am Law 100 law firms.
  • Jon Evans

    Jon Evans

    • Senior Product Marketing Manager, Magnet Forensics
    • Collaborate on Digital Evidence Review, From Anywhere, With Magnet REVIEW Collaborate on Digital Evidence Review, From Anywhere, With Magnet REVIEW

    Jon Evans joined Magnet’s Product Marketing team in March 2020, supporting the company’s solutions for our Public Safety customers.

    Jon has over 20 years of international experience in tech as both a marketer and product manager, including roles at BlackBerry Inc. and TCL Technology.

  • Joseph Pochron​

    • Managing Director, EY Americas Digital Forensic & Insider Threat Lead , EY
    • Investigating a Turncloak: A Case Study on When AXIOM Cyber and VERAKEY Intersect With a Malicious InsiderInvestigating a Turncloak: A Case Study on When AXIOM Cyber and VERAKEY Intersect With a Malicious Insider
    Joe Pochron is the west region’s digital forensic and insider threat lead for EY’s Forensic & Integrity Service Practice, based in San Francisco, CA. Joe’s expertise is in digital forensics, insider threats, and helping EY clients on complex cyber investigations and cyber incidents response needs.
    Joe has over 20 years of combined experience in digital forensics, cybercrime investigations, eDiscovery, and cyber incident response. During that time, he has investigated or managed thousands of cases involving the collection and analysis of computer, mobile device, network, and cloud-based data.

    Joe has testified numerous times in local, state, and federal legal matters as a digital forensic expert. Additionally, he frequently provides expert affidavits, or expert forensic reports for clients in support of digital forensic analysis or cyber investigative needs

    Joe routinely consults with clients regarding digital forensics, insider threats, data privacy, incident response and electronic discovery matters. He has managed the preservation, analysis, and review of electronically stored information in a wide range of matters including investigations, independent litigation, regulatory compliance and internal inquiries.

    Joe is a frequent speaker at technical or legal conferences. Additionally, he has been an educator for many industry professionals, serving as an adjunct professor at the university level for many years, teaching courses on digital forensics and cybercrime. 1. Joe Pochron is the west region’s digital forensic and insider threat lead for EY’s Forensic & Integrity Service Practice, based in San Francisco, CA. Joe’s expertise is in digital forensics, insider threats, and helping EY clients on complex cyber investigations and cyber incidents response needs.

    Joe has over 20 years of combined experience in digital forensics, cybercrime investigations, eDiscovery, and cyber incident response. During that time, he has investigated or managed thousands of cases involving the collection and analysis of computer, mobile device, network, and cloud-based data.

    Joe has testified numerous times in local, state, and federal legal matters as a digital forensic expert. Additionally, he frequently provides expert affidavits, or expert forensic reports for clients in support of digital forensic analysis or cyber investigative needs

    Joe routinely consults with clients regarding digital forensics, insider threats, data privacy, incident response and electronic discovery matters. He has managed the preservation, analysis, and review of electronically stored information in a wide range of matters including investigations, independent litigation, regulatory compliance and internal inquiries.

    Joe is a frequent speaker at technical or legal conferences. Additionally, he has been an educator for many industry professionals, serving as an adjunct professor at the university level for many years, teaching courses on digital forensics and cybercrime. 
  • Julie Lewis

    • President & CEO, Digital Mountain
    • Generative AI & Messaging Apps – Taking Discovery by StormGenerative AI & Messaging Apps – Taking Discovery by Storm

    Julie Lewis, President, CEO and Founder of Digital Mountain, has over 30 years of experience working in the high technology industry and has been a long-time user of social media. One of the key focus areas of her company is on social media investigations, preservations and monitoring. Prior to founding Digital Mountain, Julie worked at VERITAS Software with next-generation storage, security and search companies. At VERITAS, she managed operations for new product releases across sales, marketing, product management, legal, engineering and customer support. Before joining VERITAS, Julie worked in the venture capital and investment banking industries in both the Silicon Valley and Boston areas focusing on the Internet Infrastructure, security and software sectors.

    In addition, Julie worked for two of the Big 4 accounting firms doing financial and IT auditing, as well as M&A due diligence as a CPA. She also worked for Applied Magnetics, a publicly traded provider of disk and tape drive components. Julie earned an MBA under fellowship from the F.W. Olin Graduate School of Business at Babson College and a BA in both Business Economics and Sociology from the University of California at Santa Barbara. She is a member of the High Tech Crime Investigation Association (HTCIA), American Bar Association, Sedona Conference’s Working Groups on E-mail Management and Archiving (WG1) and Data Security and Privacy Liability (WG11), Cloud Security Alliance and has received her EnCE (Encase Certification in Computer Forensics). Julie is founding Director of the Silicon Valley Chapter of Women in eDiscovery and co-author of “The Sedona Conference Primer on Social Media.

  • Katherine Hill

    • Investigator, St. Joseph County Cyber Crimes Unit / University of Notre Dame
    • Fostering the Next Generation of Digital Investigators: Lessons from the Notre Dame Model of a Student-Led Digital Forensics UnitFostering the Next Generation of Digital Investigators: Lessons from the Notre Dame Model of a Student-Led Digital Forensics Unit
    • Leveraging Wearable Technology for Digital Gunshot Detection: An Exploratory StudyLeveraging Wearable Technology for Digital Gunshot Detection: An Exploratory Study
    Katherine Hill is a senior at the University of Notre Dame. She is pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Applied and Computational Mathematics and Statistics with minors in Data Science and Science, Technology, and Values. Her academic experience includes mathematical modeling, race and technologies of surveillance, mobile device preservation, statistical analysis, hacking, scientific computing, and simulating politics and global affairs. In addition to her studies, Hill works as a sworn-in investigator at the St. Joseph County Cyber Crimes Unit, where she conducts digital forensic acquisitions and examinations and composes search warrants for active criminal investigations in the Michigan-Indiana area. Hill is a Magnet certified Forensic Examiner.
  • Kevin Davis

    • Program Manager, CloudFit Software
    • Operating Securely in the Cloud, From Archival Storage to Digital ForensicsOperating Securely in the Cloud, From Archival Storage to Digital Forensics

    Kevin Davis is a former Sergeant with the Bedford County Sheriff’s Office and served as the lead digital forensics examiner during his time there. After leaving the Sheriff’s Office, Kevin pursued an I.T. Career with a focus on building, securing, and managing DoD Cloud Enclaves at CloudFit Software.

  • Kevin Pagano

    • Digital Forensics Analyst, Siemens Healthineers
    • Capture the Flag Workshop: Tips for Competing in the Magnet Virtual Summit CTF With Hands-On PracticeCapture the Flag Workshop: Tips for Competing in the Magnet Virtual Summit CTF With Hands-On Practice

    Kevin Pagano is a digital forensics analyst, researcher, blogger and contributor to the open-source community. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Forensics from Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania and a Graduate Certificate in Digital Forensics from Champlain College. Kevin is a member of the GIAC Advisory Board and holds several industry certifications, including the GIAC Advanced Smartphone Forensics (GASF), GIAC Certified Forensic Examiner (GCFE), and GIAC Battlefield Forensics and Acquisition (GBFA), and the Certified Cellebrite Mobile Examiner (CCME) among others. Kevin is the creator of the Forensics StartMe page and regularly shares his research on his blog stark4n6.com. He is a published author with multiple peer-reviewed papers accepted through DFIR Review. Kevin also contributes to multiple open-source projects, including but not limited to ALEAPP, iLEAPP, RLEAPP, CLEAPP and KAPE. Kevin is a regular competitor in the digital forensics CTF circuit. He has multiple first place finishes in competitions hosted by SANS, Magnet, Belkasoft, BloomCon and more. In his spare time, Kevin likes to drink beers and design DFIR-themed designs for stickers, clothing, and other swag. You can find him lurking on Twitter and on the DFIR Discord.

  • Kim Bradley

    • Senior Consultant, Orbital Data Consulting
    • Dancing Between eDisco and DFIRDancing Between eDisco and DFIR

    Kim Bradley retired from the Commonwealth of Kentucky where she worked the last nine years of her career as Forensic Computer Examiner with the Kentucky State Police (KSP). She was assigned to the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Cyber Crime Task Force and worked for five years at the Kentucky Regional Forensics Laboratory (KRCFL). While at the KRCFL, she earned the Computer Analysis Response Team (CART) Forensic Examiner certification and served as the Laboratory Quality Manager. After returning to KSP’s Electronic Crime Branch Laboratory from the task force assignment, she became a Certified Law Enforcement Instructor with the Kentucky Law Enforcement Counsel and provided numerous training classes for sworn officers, intelligence analysts and other support personnel while also working mainly Internet Crimes Against Children examinations. Prior to her retirement, she helped to establish and manage a satellite KSP Digital Forensics Laboratory on the campus of Eastern Kentucky University. Her state service before moving into digital forensics included positions in software development and database management. In addition to holding several certifications, Kim has degrees in Early Childhood Education, Computer Science and a Master of Science degree in Digital Forensic

  • Laurent Simon

    Laurent Simon

    • Solutions Consultant, Magnet Forensics
    • Enquêter sur logiciels malveillants avec des outils gratuits et Magnet AXIOM CyberEnquêter sur logiciels malveillants avec des outils gratuits et Magnet AXIOM Cyber
    • Flux de travail avec les solutions Magnet Forensics en matière de téléphonie mobileFlux de travail avec les solutions Magnet Forensics en matière de téléphonie mobile
    Laurent Simon commença sa carrière dans la gendarmerie en 1995. Il débuta dans un escadron de gendarmerie puis poursuivi dans des unités de gendarmerie locale en Franche Comté (France) où il exerça en tant qu’officier de police judiciaire. Après 17 ans à exercer des missions sécurité publique, de police judiciaire, de sécurité routière et de renseignement, il décide de se spécialiser dans le domaine de la criminalistique numérique. Il rejoint une brigade départementale de renseignements et d’investigations judiciaire où il exerce en qualité d’enquêteur numérique (Ntech). Il travaille principalement l’analyse de contenu de supports numériques (ordinateur, téléphone mobile, disque dur,…) dans des affaires de pédopornographie, de stupéfiants, ou tous autres dossiers nécessitant une analyse numérique. Le statut militaire de la gendarmerie lui a permis également d’exercer des missions de police militaire à l’étranger comme prévôt. En 2023, il rejoint Grayshift comme spécialiste en criminalistique numérique puis Magnet Forensics comme consultant en 
  • Mateus de Castro Polastro

    • Digital Forensics Expert, National Institute of Criminalistics
    • A Pedofilia e Termos AssociadosA Pedofilia e Termos Associados
    Graduado em Ciência da Computação pela Universidade Estadual de Campinas (UNICAMP) e mestre em Informática Forense e Segurança da Informação pela Universidade de Brasília (UnB). Na iniciativa privada trabalhou no desenvolvimento de sistemas bancários, análise de requisitos, teste de software, gerência de projeto e implementação do Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI). Antes de se tornar Perito Criminal Federal em 2007, trabalhou na Controladoria-Geral da União como Auditor Federal de Finanças e Controle na área de Tecnologia da Informação. Com atuação na área de Forense Digital dentro da Polícia Federal, é um dos criadores da ferramenta forense NuDetective, utilizada para identificação automática de arquivos de abuso sexual de crianças em computadores e celulares. Atua também como pesquisador em Forense Digital, tendo diversos artigos científicos publicados e alguns prêmios, tais como prêmio de melhor artigo científico em Ciências Forenses do biênio 2012/2013 (I Prêmio Destaque Forense), melhor artigo científico da “Fifth International Conference of Forensic Computer Science” e “Travel Award Winner” pelos trabalhos apresentados na “20th International Association of Forensic Sciences (IAFS) World Meeting 2014”. É também autor colaborador do livro “Tratado de Computação Forense”, que foi eleito pela Sociedade Brasileira de Ciências Forenses (SBCF) como o melhor livro em de Ciências Forenses do quadriênio 2015 a 2018 (III Prêmio Destaque Forense). Foi vencedor do Prêmio Espírito Público na categoria Segurança Pública no ano de 2020. Foi chefe do Serviço de Perícias em Informática do Instituto Nacional de Criminalística e Subsecretário de Tecnologia da Informação e Comunicação do Ministério da Justiça e Segurança Pública. Atua também como professor de Forense em Dispositivos Móveis e ministra aulas na Academia Nacional de Polícia.”
  • Matt Latham

    • Forensics Trainer, Magnet Forensics
    • Don't Touch That Phone...Yet! - The Importance of Training Within DFIRDon't Touch That Phone...Yet! - The Importance of Training Within DFIR
    I currently live in the north of England and work as a Forensics Trainer for Magnet Forensics. My background is in law enforcement, where I worked as a digital forensic investigator, investigating a multitude of different crime types including high level organised crime, murder, fraud and child sexual exploitation. Before joining Magnet I was a Lecturer at Teesside University, where I taught digital forensics and cyber security. I enjoy sharing knowledge and enabling others to do their roles to the best of their ability. 
  • Mattias Shamlo

    • Griffeye, CTO & Co-Founder
    • Digital Media Investigations: The Impact of Large-Scale Police Collaboration Digital Media Investigations: The Impact of Large-Scale Police Collaboration
    Mattias Shamlo, CTO and Deputy CEO at Griffeye, drives innovation and leads the company’s R&D department. With a background as the former CTO of NetClean and an MSc in Automation and Mechatronics, Mattias brings over 20 years of international experience in pioneering technological solutions. His expertise lies in leading development teams and developing sophisticated software solutions. Mattias is passionate about building robust and innovative technologies that addresses both present and unforeseen challenges faced by law enforcement professionals, pushing boundaries to revolutionize the field.
  • Mitch Kajzer

    • Executive Director, University of Notre Dame and St. Joseph County Cyber Crimes Unit
    • Fostering the Next Generation of Digital Investigators: Lessons from the Notre Dame Model of a Student-Led Digital Forensics UnitFostering the Next Generation of Digital Investigators: Lessons from the Notre Dame Model of a Student-Led Digital Forensics Unit
    • Leveraging Wearable Technology for Digital Gunshot Detection: An Exploratory StudyLeveraging Wearable Technology for Digital Gunshot Detection: An Exploratory Study
    • Navigating the Shadows: Crime in the Metaverse and the Need for Legal PreparednessNavigating the Shadows: Crime in the Metaverse and the Need for Legal Preparedness

    Mitch Kajzer is a professor at the University of Notre Dame. Kajzer works in the Center for Research Computing and is the Director of Cybercrimes Investigation, Research, and Education (CIRE). In addition, Kajzer has been in law enforcement since 1989 and is also the Executive Director of the St. Joseph County, IN Cyber Crimes Unit. Kajzer has an associate degree in criminal justice, a bachelor’s degree in psychology, and a master’s degree in psychology. Kajzer also holds several computer industry technology certifications.

    Bianca Burnett is a Forensic Research Scientist in Cybercrimes Investigation, Research, and Education (CIRE) at the University of Notre Dame. Bianca holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the university of Notre Dame and is a certified digital forensics examiner. Burnett conducts digital forensics research, develops technology training courses, and serves as an instructor for academic and law enforcement courses.

  • Oleg Skulkin

    • Head of Cyber Threat Intelligence, BI.ZONE
    • Improving Incident Response Engagaments with Cyber Threat IntelligenceImproving Incident Response Engagaments with Cyber Threat Intelligence
    Oleg Skulkin has worked in the fields of digital forensics, incident response, and cyber threat intelligence and research for over a decade. He has authored and coauthored multiple threat research reports and books on DFIR, including the award‑winning Practical Mobile Forensics and Incident Response Techniques for Ransomware Attacks. His speaking engagements include SANS DFIR Summit, CactusCon, PHDays, OFFZONE, and others. Oleg holds GCFA and GCTI certifications.
  • Paisley Spink

    • Client Engagement Manager, Magnet Forensics
    • Streamlining Digital Forensics: The Power of Automation in Interactive ProgramsStreamlining Digital Forensics: The Power of Automation in Interactive Programs
    Paisley Spink is a Client Engagement Manager at Magnet Forensics with a primary focus on AUTOMATE and REVIEW. Prior to working for Magnet, Paisley worked for South Yorkshire Police for 13 years with 10 years in Digital Forensics & Hi-Tech Crime and the last 3 years as a Programme Manager in Business Change. 
  • Preston McNair

    • Forensics Trainer, Magnet Forensics
    • Surfing With Safari ProfilesSurfing With Safari Profiles

    Preston McNair is a Forensics Trainer for Magnet Forensics where you can find him enthusiastically delivering content on mobile operating systems. Prior to Magnet, Preston had a varied background in law enforcement-based investigations. This includes working for the State of West Virginia as a Digital Forensic Examiner, where he established a digital forensics laboratory focused on narcotics and violent crime related investigations for all levels of government. Outside the classroom, his research efforts primarily focus on everything mobile and the general Apple ecosystem.

  • Rachael Medhurst

    • Senior Lecturer in Digital Forensics , University of South Wales
    • The Journey of Vehicle System Forensics The Journey of Vehicle System Forensics
    • What is At-Scene Accreditation and how do we teach it to the next generation?What is At-Scene Accreditation and how do we teach it to the next generation?
    After completing my undergraduate and postgraduate qualifications within Digital Forensics at the University of South Wales, real-world experience was gained in the field by completing case work for several police forces throughout the UK and attending court as an Expert Witness on a range of hi-end cases.

    After gaining this experience, these skills have been used to teach the next generation at the National Cyber Security Academy (NCSA) as a Senior Lecturer in Digital Forensics, while also being the Course Leader of the MSc Applied Cyber Security course. While being a Senior Lecturer and a Course Leader, research is also a core focus. This has included TV appearances, publications and radio discussing Vehicle, Mobile and IoT (Internet of Things) Forensics. With this research this has led to starting a PhD in 2023 on Emerging Technology and Digital Forensics with further research being conducted on Vehicle Forensics. 
  • Rene Novoa

    • Director of Forensics, HaystackID
    • Have Data Sizes Exceeded Practical Limits For Civil Litigation?Have Data Sizes Exceeded Practical Limits For Civil Litigation?
    As Director of Forensics for HaystackID, Rene has over 20 years of technology experience conducting data recovery, digital forensics, eDiscovery, and account management and sales activities. During this time, Rene has performed civil and criminal investigations and provided litigation support and forensic analysis for seven years. Rene has regularly worked with ICAC, HTCIA IACIS, and other regional task forces supporting State Law Enforcement Division accounts and users in his most recent forensic leadership roles.
  • Rita Martin

    • Sr. Blockchain Intelligence Expert and Master Instructor, TRM Labs
    • Crypto Origins : It All Starts with a SeedCrypto Origins : It All Starts with a Seed

    Rita Martin is building TRM Academy, the learning community teaching the real world skills needed to bring safety to blockchains at TRM Labs. She works directly with Learners, program managers, and other stakeholders to rapidly upskill investigators around the world in the discipline of blockchain intelligence. As a former Special Agent with the U. S. Secret Service, Rita was the lead case agent for several transnational organized financial and cybercrime investigations. Her casework targeted not only illicit actors, but also the entities that allowed top-tier cybercriminals to operate with impunity and anonymity. She has served as a facilitator and instructor at centers of excellence around the world including the International Law Enforcement Academies in San Salvador and Gaborone, The CEELI Institute, and the National Computer Forensics Institute in Hoover, Alabama. Rita is the recipient of The Secretary’s Exceptional Service Gold Medal Award from Secretary of Homeland Security (2022) and a Presidential Management Fellowship (PMF) alumnae.

  • Sarah Bibbs

    • Investigator, St. Joseph County Cyber Crimes Unit / University of Notre Dame
    • Fostering the Next Generation of Digital Investigators: Lessons from the Notre Dame Model of a Student-Led Digital Forensics UnitFostering the Next Generation of Digital Investigators: Lessons from the Notre Dame Model of a Student-Led Digital Forensics Unit
    • Navigating the Shadows: Crime in the Metaverse and the Need for Legal PreparednessNavigating the Shadows: Crime in the Metaverse and the Need for Legal Preparedness
    Sarah Bibbs is a senior at the University of Notre Dame majoring in Applied and Computational Mathematics and Statistics (ACMS) and minoring in Computing and Digital Technologies with a specialty in Cyber Safety and Security. Her academic experience includes mathematical cryptography, statistical analysis, technological investigative techniques, and cybercrime law. In addition to her studies, Bibbs works as a Senior Investigator at the St. Joseph County Cyber Crimes Unit, where she conducts digital forensic acquisitions and examinations and composes search warrants for active criminal investigations in the Michigan-Indiana area.
  • Scott Montgomery

    • Law Enforcement Lead, Amazon Web Services (AWS)
    • : It's Ok to Be SaaS(y) about Digital Forensics: It's Ok to Be SaaS(y) about Digital Forensics

    Scott is the current leader of the law enforcement team at Amazon Web Services (AWS). Prior to joining AWS he was with Microsoft for three years as the program manager of the Microsoft patrol car and was a solutions specialist with the defense and intel vertical. Before going to Microsoft, Scott was a police officer for 13 years.

  • Stephen Boyce

    • Director, Magnet Digital Investigations, Magnet Forensics
    • It's Ok to Be SaaS(y) about Digital ForensicsIt's Ok to Be SaaS(y) about Digital Forensics

    Dr. Stephen Boyce currently serves as the Director of the Magnet Digital Investigation Suite (MDIS) at Magnet Forensics, where he provides strategic direction to internal and external stakeholders on modernizing digital investigations and managing human and cyber risk.

  • Steve Gemperle

    • Forensic Consultant, Magnet Forensics
    • Magnet AXIOM - 2023 Updates and AdditionsMagnet AXIOM - 2023 Updates and Additions

    Steve Gemperle was a Senior Special Agent with the United States Secret Service who specializes in cyber-crime. Steve joined the US Secret Service in 1999 and served with the US Secret Service until retiring in 2021. For the last decade of his career with the Secret Service he focused on computer crimes and served as Lab Director for the US Secret Service Southwest Regional Computer Forensic Lab. Steve has completed over 1900 forensic exams and 150 network intrusion investigations while working for the Secret Service, and has been recognized as one of the US Secret Service’s top network intrusion investigators.. After retirement, Steve joined Magnet Forensics as a Forensic Consultant.

  • Terri Brinkman

    Terri Brinkman

    • Investigator, St. Joseph County Cyber Crimes Unit / University of Notre Dame
    • Fostering the Next Generation of Digital Investigators: Lessons from the Notre Dame Model of a Student-Led Digital Forensics UnitFostering the Next Generation of Digital Investigators: Lessons from the Notre Dame Model of a Student-Led Digital Forensics Unit
    • Navigating the Shadows: Crime in the Metaverse and the Need for Legal PreparednessNavigating the Shadows: Crime in the Metaverse and the Need for Legal Preparedness
    Terri Brinkman is a senior at the University of Notre Dame majoring in Accounting and minoring in Sustainability and Computing and Digital Technologies with a specialty in Cyber Safety and Security. Her academic experience includes forensic accounting, auditing, statistical analysis, and technological investigative techniques. In addition to her studies, Brinkman works as a Senior Investigator at the St. Joseph County Cyber Crimes Unit, where she conducts digital forensic acquisitions and examinations and composes search warrants for active criminal investigations in the Michigan-Indiana area.
  • Trey Amick

    • Director, Technical Marketing & Forensic Consultants, Magnet Forensics
    • AUTOMATE’ing Your Lab AUTOMATE’ing Your Lab 
    • Collaborate on Digital Evidence Review, From Anywhere, With Magnet REVIEW  Collaborate on Digital Evidence Review, From Anywhere, With Magnet REVIEW  
    • Live Q&A With Magnet Forensics Experts: Enterprise & Service ProvidersLive Q&A With Magnet Forensics Experts: Enterprise & Service Providers
    • Live Q&A With Magnet Forensics Experts: Public Safety Live Q&A With Magnet Forensics Experts: Public Safety 
    • Transforming Digital Investigations With Magnet Forensics (For Businesses and Service Providers) Transforming Digital Investigations With Magnet Forensics (For Businesses and Service Providers) 

    Trey Amick is a forensics investigator with a background in both law enforcement and corporate investigations. As a detective with the Rock Hill Police Department in South Carolina, Trey was sworn as a Special Deputy United States Marshal and supported the US Secret Service Electronic Crimes Task Force. Previously, he served in roles in both Patrol and Professional Standards.

    Most recently, as a corporate investigator, Trey managed the Enterprise Cyber Education and Awareness Team at Capital One, where he also served as part of the Cyber Technical Investigations Team. Trey is currently the Director of the Forensic Consultants at Magnet Forensics, where he assists in the development of Magnet AXIOM and AXIOM Cyber and provides skilled support to customers with his combined knowledge of Magnet’s tools and digital forensics.

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