Join Paraben Corporation for the 8th annual PFIC in beautiful Huntsville, Alabama. Once again, Paraben has gathered together the top industry experts to provide innovative lectures and training for digital forensic examiners. Whether you're a seasoned expert or you're just getting started, PFIC is known for it's cutting-edge topics and personal networking opportunities. Register Now →
Paraben offers mobile forensic and computer forensic software and hardware solutions.
DME Forensics is an innovative consulting company focused on video and image forensics with an emphasis on the analysis of surveillance DVRs.
MediaClone designs and manufactures complete forensic investigation platform units.
Each attendee of PFIC will attend one day of lectures and one day of training. Each lecture and training is repeated so everyone attends each lecture and each training.
PFIC 2015 Agenda
|8:00 AM||Lecture 1||Training 1|
|9:00 AM||Open Source Intelligence and Information 2.0
Nicole Bocra CFE, Infinity Investigative Solutions
|Training 1 (continued)|
|10:00 AM||Sponsor Break||Sponsor Break|
|10:30 AM||Documentation of Evidence or Preparing for Testimony
Karen Paulet, Robert Morris University
Amber Schroader, Paraben Corporation
|11:30 AM||The Forensics of Intellectual Property Theft
William J. Long/Phillip Rodokanakis
|Training 2 (continued)|
|1:30 PM||Budget Friendly Forensics
Jeff Shackelford, Arkansas Attorney General Office
|Forensic Analysis of CCTV Digital Video Recorders (DVRs)
Jimmy Schroering, DME Forensics Inc.
|3:00 PM||Sponsor Break||Sponsor Break|
|3:30 PM||The science behind tool selection: Reviewing the forensic methods for tool selection
Charline F. Nixon, Calhoun Community College
|6:30 PM||Evening Social|
PFIC continues to be the must-attend conference for digital forensics. PFIC 2015 marks the 8th year for PFIC and each year brings new and exciting speakers, training sessions, and attendees to provide an atmosphere of learning & networking. PFIC is the only event that you get to attend 100% of the available content so there is not a risk of missing one of our topics.
Not only do you get the value of great content at PFIC 2015, but you also have the most cost effective training option in digital forensics. For only $299.00 you receive the training and lectures, but you also receive:
Seating is limited so sign up today. Payment for PFIC is due 30-days prior to the event and you don’t want to miss out on this opportunity. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details or with questions.
Nicole Bocra is a Certified Fraud Investigator, registered private investigator in Virginia, and a licensed private detective in New Jersey and Maryland. Ms Bocra has more than 15 years’ experience as an accountant and securities investigator. Prior to establishing her own private investigative firm, Infinity Investigative Solutions in 2005, Ms Bocra was an in-house investigator at a law firm and lead investigator with FINRA fka NASD. Infinity Investigative Solutions is a licensed private investigation firm specializing in investigations, consulting, due diligence, and business strategy. Since inception, customer and revenue numbers have increased annually by 30-40%. Ms Bocra develops complex cases, provides expert investigative services and conducts in-depth due diligence using the latest in technology, financial expertise and investigative experience to ensure the most thorough inquiries. She is involved in many National and Regional investigative organizations including Intellnet, NALI, PIAVA, PISA, NJLPIA, and Infragard. Ms Bocra was recently appointed to the Virginia Private Security Services Advisory Board (PSSAB) effective July 1, 2011.
Mr. Long is owner and a Principal of Integrid, specializing in matters involving digital information, electronic discovery and digital forensics. Mr. Long has over thirty-eight years of experience in technology as well as many phases of business activity. In addition to his technology background, Mr. Long has experience in management (including service as CEO) as well as marketing, accounting, and finance. He is a Digital Forensic Certified Practitioner, Certified Computer Examiner, Certified Fraud Examiner and has the Data Recovery Expert Certification. Mr. Long has served as a court-appointed independent computer expert and has testified as a digital forensic expert.
Charline F. Nixon is currently an IT Faculty at Calhoun Community College where she is responsible for teaching mobile/computer forensics, penetration testing, and ethical hacking courses. Her previous positions include, IT School Chair and IT Faculty Lead Instructor. She holds 2 PhD’s in Education and Management and 2 Masters in Business and Cyber Security, Graduate Certificate in Information Assurance, Six Sigma Black Belt. Charline has previously spoken at BSides Memphis, Skydog, Hackerhalted, Takedowncon, Women International Summit, and is one of the organizer of BSides Philippines, a co-organizers of BSides Huntsville. In addition she holds several IT certifications, including CEH, CHFI, ECSA, Smart-CTF,MCT, MCP,CASP (+10 others).
Dr. Karen Paullet has been a faculty member at Robert Morris University since 2007 where she teaches Cyber Security. She holds a BS in Information Systems, a MS in Communications and Information Systems, and a DSc. in Information Systems and Communications from Robert Morris University. In addition Dr. Paullet has spent over 13 years working with law enforcement preparing cases using digital evidence for trial. She has spoken at over 100 engagements throughout the country on the Dangers of Social Network Sites, Internet Safety for Children, Cyberbullying, Cyberstalking and the CSI Effect. She has applied her research interests to educate students, organizations and law enforcement. Her work has been published through various outlets to include the International Association for Computer Information Systems (IACIS), the Information Systems Educators Journal (ISEDJ), the Journal of Information Systems Applied Research (JISAR) and The Institute for Operations Research and Management Sciences (SEInforms). She brings her professional experience in law enforcement and teaching to serve and educate others in the community.
Phillip Rodokanakis is the Managing Director of U.S. Data Forensics, LLC, a company providing computer & digital forensic examinations, expert witness and litigation support services. Mr. Rodokanakis is a computer forensics and data recovery expert. He is a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE), an EnCase® Certified Examiner (EnCE), AccessData Certified Examiner (ACE), and a Digital Forensic Certified Practitioner (DFCP) with more than 30 years’ experience in international and domestic investigations. He has participated in prosecutions of numerous complex financial frauds, and has developed a solid professional background in computer forensics and advanced Information Technology systems. A retired special agent, Mr. Rodokanakis conducted a broad range of criminal, civil, and administrative investigations in more than 60 countries. He interacted with senior public and private sector officials at the highest executive levels, both in the United States and overseas. During his career with the Federal Government, Mr. Rodokanakis served as a Foreign Service Officer before being appointed to the Department of Interior where he oversaw and managed investigations for the Office of Inspector General. Mr. Rodokanakis conducts many lectures and seminars and has been invited to address national conferences. An accredited college instructor, he has taught college courses in Criminal Justice. He has developed training modules and delivered specialized training presentations in the areas of digital forensics and white collar crime investigations.
Throughout the past two decades Ms. Schroader has been a driving force for innovation in digital forensics. Ms. Schroader has developed over two-dozen software programs designed for the purposes of recovering digital data from mobile phones, computer hard drives, email, and live monitoring services. With an aggressive development schedule, Ms. Schroader continues to bring forth new and exciting technology to the computer forensic community worldwide. Ms. Schroader coined the concept of the “360-degree approach to digital forensics”, pushing for a big-picture consideration of the digital evidence acquisition process. An accomplished curriculum developer and instructor; Ms. Schroader has written and taught numerous classes for this specialized field. Ms Schroader continues support through book contributions and other industry speaking engagements.
Jimmy Schroering began his career in the information technology field as a network and systems administrator. His desire to utilize information technology to help the criminal justice system led him to digital & multimedia evidence forensics in 2003 when he accepted a position with the North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation Crime Laboratory in the Documents & Digital Evidence Section. In addition to the North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation, Jimmy has been employed by and examined digital evidence for Target Forensic Services Laboratory in Minneapolis, Minnesota and the FBI’s Forensic Audio, Video and Image Analysis Unit (FAVIAU) in Quantico, Virginia.
Special Agent Shackelford is the Director of the Digital Forensics Lab at the Arkansas Attorney General’s Office. A 15 year law enforcement veteran, S.A. Shackelford has been active in the digital forensics field for the last 8 years and holds a wide variety of vendor and non-vendor certifications in computer and cell phone forensics. S.A. Shackelford has spoken at various national forensic conferences around the country and currently teaches cell phone investigations and forensic courses for academy classes at Black River Technical College.
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