Fighting the war on cyber
and financial crime.
Computer Forensics Show
April 19 - 20, 2011 · New York City, NY
The latest updates, trends and advancements in IT security.
The Computer Forensics Show has a unique position in the marketplace as the only show that brings together three essential marketplaces Legal, IT, and Accounting.
Each event will highlight exhibits from some of the leading companies in the industry, complemented by a comprehensive conference program to provide attendees with important information about the latest technological advancement, ideas and practical information available today.
The Computer Forensics Show will feature sessions in the following six tracks:
Track One: Forensic Accounting
Fraud, Financial Investigations, Compliance, Best Practices, Litigation. Forensic accounting is the number one growing field in accounting today.
Track Two: Legal (A)
EDD, including Litigation and Best Practice Issues.
Track Three: Legal (B)
Emerging Technologies/Litigation, Data/Records Management, Reporting, and Privacy.
Track Four: IT Security
For organizations that are just beginning to encounter security issues and deals with more broad issues effecting organizations today.
Track Five: IT Security Advanced Track
Encompasses more complex and in-depth issues and can highlight the need for additional training.
Track Six: Cyber-crime, Terrorism, and Information Warfare Track
Cyber crime and terrorism as it relates to Homeland Security, public and corporate policy, risk management, and the protection of our nation's critical infrastructures.
Featured Conference Sessions
PANEL: "So You Want To Bring E-discovery In House?"
PANEL: "What Does the Future Hold: Best Practices For Collection"
PANEL: Data Collection – An In-Depth Look into Forensic Data Collection & Self Collection
Self-directed Custodial Legal Holds; Rolling the Dice
Mobile Forensics and eDiscovery
Introduction to the Microsoft Extended File System (exFAT)
When IT Shortcuts become Data Security Nightmares
Inside the Mind of a Hacker
Anatomy Of A Database Attack
Teaching and Mentoring the 21st Century Forensics Investigators
Simplifying the ESI collection process of edge devices
PANEL: "The 'Trusted' Insider: Investigating Intellectual Property Theft"
If You Only Knew What Hackers Can Do
How Wireless Changes the Network Forensics Game
PANEL: "Situational Awareness in Network Security – Improving the Use of Tools and Minds"
Forensic Investigations of Data Breaches
Database Security, Risk, and Compliance in the Age of Cyber War
Advanced Internet and Social Network Investigations
Wake-Up & Smell The Cyber!
Advanced Persistent Threats: Leading the Wave of Cybercrime
E-Discovery Planning: Mobile Devices, Spoliation and Digital Forensics
How Does the CIO Integrate Forensic Software Packages for GRC Reporting?
Tuesday April 19: 9:25am - 5:00pm
Wednesday April 20: 8:30am - 5:30pm
Tuesday April 19: 1:00PM - 5:00pm
Wednesday April 20: 10:00am - 4:00pm
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Forensic Accounting Academy™
April 18 - 23, 2011 · New York City, NY
The art & science of investigating people & money.©
Register by April 8, 2011 and save 10%!
The intensive and online interactive five-day Forensic Accounting Academy™ delivers practical, realistic, and immediately usable financial forensic tools and techniques that you can apply in all aspects of your cases.
The workshop is different from any other (alleged) financial fraud training that you have ever read about or attended. It incorporates Richard Nossen's seven steps of financial crime detection, investigation and prosecution by implementing a step-by-step process map methodology (Forensic Accounting/Investigation Methodology FA/IM©) that delivers hands-on training and valuable tools to facilitate a financial crime investigation.
After attending the Academy, participants will be able to implement the use of the proprietary financial fraud methodology, Forensic Accounting/Investigation Methodology FA/IM©. Its "process map" approach will be used to illustrate the application of forensic tools and techniques by applying a software-based methodology to investigative tools and techniques.
Attendees will also be able to implement the "Top 30 +/-" specific tools and techniques to use in financial fraud and related assignments, e.g., Full-and-False Inclusion, Genogram, Entity(s) Charts, Timeline Analysis, Link Analysis, Item Listing, (Modified) Net Worth Method, Source and Use of Cash Method, Proof-of-Cash Method, Digital Analysis (e.g., Benford's), CAGR, ANOVA, Gap Analysis, AQI, TATA/TARTA, et al.
Also addressed will be: Attest (audit, review, compilation), Credit Assessment, Fraud (employee, financial statement misrepresentation, corruption), Internal Audit (operational and financial), Investing, Law Enforcement, Lending, Litigation/Damages including (partial listing: Alter Ego, Audit/ Review/Compilation, Bankruptcy, Damages, Due Diligence, Fraud–Civil and Criminal, Fraudulent Transfer/Conveyance, Insurance Loss, Intellectual Property, Lost Profits, Marital Dissolution, Shareholder Disputes, Solvency/ Insolvency, Tax Returns, Valuation Focusing on Normalizations, Management Effectiveness, Guidelines), Performance Auditing, Portfolio Analysis, Portfolio, Taxation (compliance and planning), Valuation (fair value, fair market value).
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Forensic Accounting Academy™: Financial Crime Investigation Methodology Workshop
Sponsored by the Financial Forensics Academy (FFA), financialforensics® and the Consultants' Training Institute
Certified Forensic Financial Analyst™ - CFFA™ Forensic Accounting
The Certified Forensic Financial Analyst (CFFA) credential is designed to provide assurance that the designee possesses a level of experience and knowledge deemed acceptable by the Institute to provide competent and professional forensic financial support services. Earning the credential requires consideration of all of the person's qualifications and commitment to the discipline; this includes prior education and experience, prerequisite and required training as provided (or recommended) by the Financial Forensic Institute/Academy, testing-both proctored and through case study (or samples of work product), and post-requisite requirements for recertification.
Register by April 8, 2011 and save 10%!
||NACVA and IBA Members
|Five Days of Training
|Certified Forensic Financial Analyst (CFFA) Exam
|First-Year NACVA Membership with Training and Exam $300
*Academicians, Government Employees (Federal, State, Local) and Students receive a 40% discount off the Non-Member Registration Fee.
REGISTER NOW! Print, complete, and mail or fax (801-486-7500) the Registration Form to the Consultants' Training Institute (c/o NACVA) - OR - Print, complete, scan and email the Registration Form to email@example.com - OR - Call CTI Member Services at (800) 677-2009.
For more information regarding refund, complaint, and/or program cancellation policies, please call our Director of Member Services at (801) 486-0600.
||The Consultants' Training Institute (CTI) / National Association of Certified Valuation Analysts (NACVA) is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be addressed to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors, 150 Fourth Avenue North, Suite 700, Nashville, TN 37219-2417. Web site: www.nasba.org.