Reliance on forensic investigation of information systems has become a daily requirement for law enforcement and security practitioners around the world.
Effective evidence collection and analysis is the foundation of any investigation; identification of suspects, motives and methods demand the acquisition of the largest amount information that evidence can provide us. Anti-Forensics – Real world identification, analysis and prevention will discuss how criminals, attackers, non-enlightened investigators all have the ability to impact the amount useful information we have at our disposal. Michael will show the audience real world scenarios detailing how Anti-forensics tools are used to
hide and destroy incriminating evidence, outlining common anti-forensic techniques. This will be followed by discussion of hands-on identification and prevention
practices used to raise awareness around current academic research and identify potential solutions for practitioners and law enforcement organizations.