Joining the Advisory Board for the Techno Security & Digital Forensics Conference
I am excited to announce I have accepted a position on the Techno Security & Digital Forensics Conference Advisory Board. I am honored to be part of this team to help drive education, awareness, training, and ethics across the digital forensics and cybersecurity industries. I strongly believe professionals should contribute to the growth of the field by influencing, sharing knowledge, connecting others and pursuing beneficial ideas for greater impacts.
Together, working as a team, we all succeed.
I had an incredible time last year as the keynote speaker “The Verification of Truth: The future of Digital Forensics and its Role in Cybersecurity” (the slide deck is available) and became acquainted with the impressive audience who are the leaders in the digital forensics industry. It was my pleasure to speak to and learn from them.
Now, I get to return the favor. One of the board’s primary tasks is to review and rank speaking proposals for the upcoming 2020 conference. The Techno Security & Digital Forensics conference expands every year in the number of participants and range of topics. Attendees expect the highest caliber of experts to present relevant subject matter, pioneering innovations, new challenges, and worthwhile opportunities. The Advisory Board helps shape the program schedule by recommending the right combination of speakers and topics for an outstanding event experience.
This year we expect well over 500+ attendees at the San Diego conference with 65+ speakers and 60+ available sessions.
The 2020 Call-for-Speakers submission period is OPEN until September 16 2019. If you are interested, more information can be found on the speakers submission page.
I look forward to reviewing the great submissions and hope to see you all at the conference March 9th-11th 2020 at the Hilton La Jolla Torrey Pines in San Diego CA
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