• Friday, February 28th, 2020 at 3:30 PM EST (20:30:00 UTC)
  • Jeff Lomas

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Overview

Digital forensic examiners, investigators, and analysts are faced with the growing challenge of how to use digital forensic data and online data to fulfill intelligence requirements in a timely manner. Evidence for online video activity is present in nearly every mobile and computer forensic examination, but no current digital forensic tools can acquire the related data, translate this video from one language to another, and make the evidence quickly searchable. We will explore methods on how to pivot on data found from digital forensic examinations and provide intelligence to those in the field in a timely manner.

Speaker Bio

Jeff Lomas

For over 10 years, Jeff Lomas has served his community as a sworn law enforcement detective and digital forensic examiner for a large metropolitan police department in Las Vegas, NV. Jeff works on a federal task force and his investigation experience ranges from property crimes to the most serious violent crimes. Jeff holds numerous digital forensic certifications (CFCE, MCFE, CCME), has a B.S. in Intelligence Management, and an M.S. in Cybersecurity. Jeff has authored technology-related curriculum for investigators, teaches technology-related curriculum for his current employer, and has been a guest speaker at youth cyber camps in his free time.

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