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Mar 18 2020
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12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Carolinas March 2020 Chapter Meeting

The HTCIA Carolinas Chapter will hold its next meeting as a web-based event on Wednesday, March 18, 2020 from 12 Noon to 1 PM EST. HTCIA was formed in response to the industry’s need to train and develop expertise in investigating high technology crimes.  By providing compelling training content through both physical and web-based chapter meetings, the Chapter strives to meet those objectives. We also hope that the convenience of web-based meetings encourages active participation by our members and attracts new members from both law enforcement and industry from across the region.   AGENDA: Chapter President, Chet Hosmer, will be presenting on Pro’s, Con’s and How to apply Machine Learning in Digital Investigations There is great promise, myths and confusion regarding Machine Learning (ML) and Artificial Intelligence (AI). The lecture will introduce what machine learning is, how it is different from Artificial intelligence and how this can be applied to digital investigation challenges. The pro’s and con’s will be discussed relating to forensics and incident response.  In addition, the most prominent methods and tools for development ML solutions will be discussed and outlined. Chet is the founder of Python Forensics, Inc. a non-profit organization focused on the collaborative development of open source investigative technologies using Python and other popular scripting languages.   Chet serves as a visiting professor at Utica College in the Cybersecurity Graduate program where his research and teaching focus is on advanced steganography/data hiding methods and the latest active cyber defense methods and techniques.  Chet is also an adjunct professor at Champlain College, where his research and teaching focus is applying Python and other scripting languages to solve challenging problems in digital investigation and forensics. Most recently, Chet is adjunct at the University of Arizona in the Cyber Operations undergraduate program where he is teaching Python, Violent Python and Machine Learning. Chet is the author of numerous books on cyber security, digital forensics, data hiding and steganography, and the practical application of scripting and programming languages to DFIR. His Amazon author link is amazon.com/author/chethosmer.

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