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10/2/2009

Steve Rogers attends International IP Crime Conference

DEI's president and CEO Steve Rogers travelled to Dublin, Ireland to participate in the 2009 International Law Enforcement IP Crime Conference from September 29 to October 1. Sponsored by Interpol, An Garda Síochána, and the Police Service of Northern Ireland, the conference was a valuable opportunity for investigative agencies from across the world to gather and share strategies and tools for combatting intellectual property crime.
"In a world where transnational IP crime is increasingly common and more difficult to detect, it is crucial for international agencies to collaborate to effectively combat cross-border piracy and intellectual property theft," says Mr. Rogers. Conference delegates attended sessions to learn about and share ideas on resources for identifying pirated and counterfeit products, multi-agency cooperation for combatting IP crime, and customs and border issues.
The Dublin conference was an opportunity for Mr. Rogers to enhance DEI's already substantial presence in the international intellectual property protection community. DEI's internet investigation services and its proprietary Integrated Case Management database are used worldwide in anti IP-crime efforts.

 

10/1/2008

Steve Rogers attends POLCYB Conference

DEI's president Steve Rogers participated in the Society for the Policing of Cyberspace's (POLCYB) International Conference in Vancouver on September 29 and 30. Mr. Rogers was the panel chair for the keynote address, given by the University of Arizona's Hsinchun Chen on the subject of online terrorism research and data mining. The theme of the conference, "International Research and Collaboration in Global Security," allowed attendees from government, law enforcement, and business to come together to share ideas and innovations from their respective fields. Mr. Rogers spoke about DEI's cutting-edge Integrated Case ManagementTM software in his address on Collaboration and Information Sharing. Other conference presentations concerned online privacy, critical infrastructure protection, and international trends in cybercrime. Mr. Rogers serves as an advisor to the POLCYB Board of Directors.

For more about the conference, please see the: programme of presentations.

 

6/5/2008

Dan Caban attends TechnoSecurity conference 2008

DEI's Dan Caban attended the tenth annual TechnoSecurity conference in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina from June 1-4. The conference, held in conjunction with the Hacker Halted conference, seeks to raise international awareness about education and ethics in information technology security. The conference hosts IT security professionals from around the world, and has sold out for the past five years. Mr. Caban attended keynote addresses by Mike Scheidell, president of SECNAP Network Security, Sanjay Bavisi, president of the International Council of E-Commerce Consultants (EC-Commerce), and Eric Thompson, founder & CTO of AccessData. TechnoSecurity is widely recognized as one of the most successful events of its kind, and DEI's attendance brought to the company valuable networking and training opportunities. "TechnoSecurity has been a valuable part of keeping the DEI staff up-to-date with the latest advancements in the technology and knowledge base of the computer forensics and electronic discovery industry," says Mr. Caban.

For more information on the TechnoSecurity conference, visit: http://www.thetrainingco.com

 

5/1/2008

Steve Rogers attends CEIC 2008

DEI's Steve Rogers was one of hundreds of attendees at the Computer & Enterprise Investigations Conference (CEIC) in Las Vegas from April 27 - 30. The conference brought together leaders of business, law enforcement, and government to learn about the latest advancements in the field of digital investigations. Individuals of all skill levels enhanced and shared their knowledge through lectures on such topics as commercial e-security, EnCase software, international eDiscovery, and internet crime investigation. Keynote speaker Jim Lovell, commander of the Apollo 13 lunar mission, spoke on how professionals can come together as a team to meet the challenges of their organizations. "DEI strongly supports the continued education and training of its employees," states Mr. Rogers, whose participation in the conference added to his already vast and comprehensive experience in computer forensic and internet investigations.

For more information about CEIC, visit: http://www.ceicconference.com

 

11/29/2007

Expert Witness Training

DEI attended Expert Witness Training, Vantage Professional Development at the Toronto Board of Trade, First Canadian Place, Toronto, Ontario, on November 29, 2007.

 

11/3/2007

Criminal Lawyers' Association

Steve Rogers, President of DEI, was a guest panalist at the Criminal Lawyers' Association Fall conference. He spoke on "A Painless Intro to Eletronic Evidence and Tech-Crimes" in Toronto, Ontario on November 3-4, 2006.

For more details, see the: conference schedule.

 

8/27/2007

HTCIA International Conference

DEI attended the HTCIA International Conference from August 27-29, 2007, in San Diego, California.

For more information, visit: www.htcia.org

 

Guangzhou, China with POLCYB

Steve Rogers, President of DEI, travelled to Guangzhou, China with POLCYB and delivered training to 150 prosecutors on Digital Evidence Collection and Application.

Steve and other conference attendees are pictured: here.

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