Upcoming Events for Gillware Digital Forensics

April 11, 2018 – Phoenix, AZ: HTCIA Arizona

Successful DDoS Investigation & Prosecution - Randall Charles Tucker aka Bitcoin Baron

In March of 2015, the City of Madison, WI experienced a widespread DDoS attack following an officer involved shooting. An individual claiming the moniker “Bitcoin Baron” claimed responsibility for the attack, which occurred on the heels of a series of other claimed DDoS attacks to State and Local police agencies and private organizations. This case study will cover the investigation of the attack and attacker, which resulted in a successful identification and prosecution of the suspect, a Phoenix, AZ resident named Randall Charles Tucker.

Mobile Application Forensics: Tearing apart any app from Malware to Pokémon Go!

Pokémon Go is reported to be the most popular gaming app in history. With huge numbers of people still chasing invisible monsters around the globe using the augmented reality app. Problems were bound to follow, and safety concerns have made headlines. Now there's a new Harry Potter augmented reality app right around the corner by the same developers. But what information does the app store on Android and iOS apps that its installed on? Join us to see how mobile malware analysis techniques can be used to uncover treasures and discover new forensic artifacts within any mobile application and to see just how much information investigators can glean from the data stored by the app on a user's phone.

April 23-25, 2018 – Boston, MA: National Cybercrime Conference

Mobile Application Forensics: Tearing apart any app from Malware to Pokémon Go!

Pokémon Go is reported to be the most popular gaming app in history. With huge numbers of people still chasing invisible monsters around the globe using the augmented reality app. Problems were bound to follow, and safety concerns have made headlines. Now there's a new Harry Potter augmented reality app right around the corner by the same developers. But what information does the app store on Android and iOS apps that its installed on? Join us to see how mobile malware analysis techniques can be used to uncover treasures and discover new forensic artifacts within any mobile application and to see just how much information investigators can glean from the data stored by the app on a user's phone.

Prosecutor Track - Mock Trial: Live Direct & Cross of Digital Forensic Expert

Do you need to put an expert digital evidence analyst on the stand in your case? Do you need to cross-examine one? Experienced cyber prosecutors conduct a mock direct and cross-examination of an expert analyst.

May 11-18, 2018 – San Diego, CA: Teaching SANS FOR 585 Advanced Smartphone Forensics This in-depth smartphone forensic course provides examiners and investigators with advanced skills to detect, decode, decrypt, and correctly interpret evidence recovered from mobile devices including smartphones and tablets, featuring 20 hands-on labs.
June 25-30, 2018 – Paris, France: Teaching SANS FOR 585 Advanced Smartphone Forensics This in-depth smartphone forensic course provides examiners and investigators with advanced skills to detect, decode, decrypt, and correctly interpret evidence recovered from mobile devices including smartphones and tablets, featuring 20 hands-on labs.
November 26-December 1, 2018 – Austin, TX: Teaching SANS FOR 585 Advanced Smartphone Forensics This in-depth smartphone forensic course provides examiners and investigators with advanced skills to detect, decode, decrypt, and correctly interpret evidence recovered from mobile devices including smartphones and tablets, featuring 20 hands-on labs.