Webinar – Forensic Recovery of YouTube Videos Using IXTK

The HTCIA Washington chapter is pleased to sponsor a webinar, which will be held on March 13, 2015 10:00 AM PDT.

Seats are limited and you should register while there is space available. And we will be giving away one full license of the software to a lucky winner at the end of the webinar, attendance is required.

You can register for this webinar at:  https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/6787476958268433666


TOPIC:  FaceDNA Biometric Facial Recognition and Forensic Recovery of YouTube Videos Using IXTK

 In this two hour presentation, John will reveal the next generation of IXTK (Version 5) which features the new FaceDNA™ facial recognition add-on and new integrated online (live, real-time) investigative techniques relating to YouTube videos. Attendees will learn how to use maximize the use of FaceDNA in child exploitation investigations to identify persons of interest (e.g., victims, suspects) embedded in pictures, videos and files like Word documents, PDF and Photoshop (PSD) files. FaceDNA™ has the potential to profoundly decrease the amount of time to review image based evidence and more importantly, to identify and rescue children that otherwise might get overlooked in routine forensic examinations. FaceDNA™ facial recognition can also be useful in identity fraud cases by extracting layered raw images from Photoshop files.

 In addition, John will demonstrate how to recover watched and recommended YouTube videos from unallocated space and how to recover those videos directly from the Internet. Video frame extraction and reporting of faces and video artifacts will be covered as well. Those who participate in this event will be eligible to win a full license of IXTK including 1-Year of SMS and FaceDNA™. They will also be entitled to an exclusive early bird discount on IXTK v5.

Your speaker is:

John Bradley is the Founder, CEO and Chief Technical Officer for SiQuest Corporation, a wholly owned Canadian company and world leader in the development of Internet forensic software.  Designed to support forensic practitioners from government, law enforcement, and private enterprise, SiQuest solutions aim to simplify and expedite the investigative process while at the same time preserving and reporting on evidence in a clear and concise manner. John is a former Sergeant and  17 year police veteran with extensive experience in criminal and private investigations, digital forensics, and expert witness testimony.  He is the creator of the Internet Examiner® Toolkit (IXTK™), the first integrated, multilingual internet forensic tool designed for discovery, collection, analysis and reporting of Internet based evidence.  IXTK™ in currently in use by digital forensic practitioners worldwide and is court approved in Canada and the United States.  John is also a frequent presenter for non-profit groups and at various digital forensic conferences.  He is an active member of the HTCIA and he is looking forward to this year’s HTCIA Conference in Orlando as a sponsor and exhibitor for the event.

No-Fee registration is required in advance as seats are limited to 100 attendees. This event is restricted to HTCIA members only.

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

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