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Cybercrime and Technical Investigations Training Conference - Virtual

CYCON 2020

The FLETC Cybercrime & Technical Investigations Training Conference – CYCON-2020, will now be conducted as a virtual event between September 9-11, 2020.  Hosted by the FLETC Cyber Division, with support from the FLETC’s Legal Division and the eLearning Branch, this event will offer multiple presentations in a variety of current cyber related topics.  There will be no charge for attending these sessions.

The following presentations will be provided during Virtual CYCON-2020:

Data Acquisition: Drone Artifact Extraction 1 Hour
Internet-Based Investigations: How to Minimize Your Risk Online 1 Hour
Electronic Law and Evidence:  Legal Issues and Digital Forensics 1 Hour
First Responders to Digital Evidence: Novel Devices Investigators May be Missing 1 Hour
Introduction to Mobile Device Investigations: Cellphone Seizures 2 Hours
802.11 Tools for Analysis and Geo-Location: Home Networking 2 Hours
Internet-Based Investigations: TOR and the Dark Web 2 Hours

 

Cost:

No cost to attendees for participation

Registration:

Must be sworn law enforcement personnel, or non-sworn employees who directly support the law enforcement mission.  Non-sworn personnel attending must provide a written letter of sponsorship by their law enforcement organization via email to fletc-cybercrimeconference@fletc.dhs.gov.

The CYCON-2020 schedule and links to register for each training session will be posted here at a later date.

FLETC personnel:

Cyber Forensics Branch Chief ------------- (912) 267-3206
Technical Investigations Branch Chief --- (912) 267-2359
Cyber Division Chief ------------------------ (912) 261-4527

Questions:

Questions concerning this conference training event should be directed to the Cyber Division by email at fletc-cybercrimeconference@fletc.dhs.gov.