Defense Strategies Institute’s Upcoming 4th Annual Digital Forensics For National Security Symposium Is Just Two Weeks Away

All attendees will have the opportunity to convene with leaders from the IC, DoD, federal government, industry, and academia as they discuss the advancement of digital forensics capabilities across the whole of government to examine, manage, and use digital evidence to support criminal investigations, crime prevention, and threat mitigation efforts.

Sessions will focus on this year’s theme Leveraging Forensic Capabilities to Support Investigations.”

The 2023 Digital Forensics for National Security Symposium will feature senior-level speakers, including:

  • Joshua Black, Deputy Director, DOD Cyber Crime Center (DC3)
  • Michael Paul, Assistant Director, Operational Technology Division, FBI
  • David Smith, Assistant Director, Office of Investigations, US Secret Service
  • Brian Bataille, Director, National Media Exploitation Center, Defense Intelligence Agency
  • Jacqueline Calbi, Director, Cyber Division, Air Force Office of Special Investigations (AFOSI)
  • Neal Ziring, Technical Director, Cybersecurity Directorate, National Security Agency
  • Barbara Guttman, Group Leader, Software Quality Group, NIST
  • Marc Martin, Assistant Director, Cyber Directorate, Army Criminal Investigative Division (CID)

In order to allow for actionable discussion and dialogue amongst speaker and attendees, seating will be limited. Register now to reserve your seat. Active military and government and state personnel attend complimentary. Those interested in participating in the Summit can visit Defense Strategies Institute’s website at https://digitalforensics.dsigroup.org/.

Anyone interested in learning more or sending questions contact Christopher Elliott at celliott@dsigroup.org.


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