Tuesday, June 19 | 1:50-3:05 PM
Recommended Prerequisite: Knowledge of digital evidence and general understanding of traditional digital forensics processes
Field of Study: Information Technology
Digital forensics involves the preservation of digital evidence and the use of keyword searches to find files of interest. Going beyond basic keyword searches and using advanced digital forensic techniques could improve the effectiveness of your fraud examinations. This session will discuss the creation of a digital forensics examination strategy and explore how to go beyond keyword searches to improve the findings in your investigations.
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Principal Partner, DFIRLABS (Pty) Ltd
Jason Jordaan is considered a leading authority in the field of digital forensics and cybercrime investigation and prevention, in a forensics career that began in 1991. As the principal forensic scientist of DFIRLABS, he is responsible for the leadership of the practice, digital forensics quality assurance, complex digital forensics engagements, research and development, and digital forensic practitioner training and proficiency. He regularly testifies as an expert witness. Jordaan founded DFIRLABS in 2014, after leaving the Special Investigating Unit, where he was the national head of the Cyber Forensic Laboratory. In this role, he was responsible for the development and implementation of the digital forensics capacity of the Special Investigating Unit, and in conducting digital forensics engagements on several high-profile cybercrime, fraud and corruption cases within the South African public sector. He is a published author, researcher and academic in digital forensics.
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