Tuesday, June 25 | 3:35-4:50 PM
Recommended Prerequisite: None
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge
Digital forensics has developed over the years to provide fraud examiners with tremendous capabilities to identify, preserve and examine digital evidence. This session will help you understand the fundamental process and potential results that a forensic analysis can give you, but we’ll also discuss the challenges of new technologies and the changes that will be needed to ensure successful fraud examinations in the future.
President, Techno-Crime Institute
Walt Manning is an investigations futurist who researches how technology transforms crime, and the need for governments, legal systems, law enforcement and investigations to evolve to meet these challenges. Manning started his career working for the Dallas Police Department before going on to manage e-discovery and digital forensic services for major criminal and civil litigation matters worldwide.
Manning is an internationally recognized speaker and author, known for his ability to identify current and impending technology risks and advising clients and audiences on ways to minimize this risk. He has published many articles and has been widely quoted in the media as an expert on technology, crime and investigations.
Manning’s 40 years of experience in law enforcement, investigations and management has given him a unique perspective on visualizing the future of investigations, security, and new trends in techno-crimes.
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