The Houston ACFE invites you to join us for our Monthly IN PERSON luncheon! It's on the 2nd Tuesday of each month, so mark your recurring calendars!
Note: We will have a drawing for a FREE registration to the Houston Fraud Conference at the luncheon for those present!
Speaker: Shanon Burgess, Digital Forensic Analyst / Crash Reconstructionist at CAC Forensics
Title: Utilizing Digital Forensics in Fraud Investigations
Date: August 9, 2022
Description: Today’s world is increasingly more connected from your desktop computer to the vehicle you drive. All of these digital connections in our professional and personal lives impacts us in more ways than we can imagine. From a fraud investigations standpoint, a fraudster could be sitting in the desk next to you or half-way around the world. But one thing is for certain every user interaction with a digital device leaves behind digital breadcrumbs. A user copying a file from a desktop computer to USB logs a timestamp when that USB was plugged-in and what files were accessed. A user deleting incriminating communications on their cloud-synced laptop doesn’t mean the communications are deleted from the cloud. A user that filed an insurance claim alleging they can’t move from work-related injuries is constantly logging their steps in a health database via the smartphone in their pocket. This presentation introduces the participant to the increasing volume of digital evidence that exists, how digital forensics can be used to find out what’s going on, and allow fraud investigators to effectively and efficiently investigate fraud.
Bio: Shanon Burgess is a seasoned expert with a decade of experience in data collection, recovery, and forensic investigations. As Senior Digital Forensics Analyst of CAC Forensics, he leads day-to-day operations and oversees the digital forensic services offered to clients, including data collection, forensic analysis, expert testimony, and forensic consultation. His present duties include investigating employee misconduct, fraud, data exfiltration, distracted driving, IP theft, and harassment. He conducts research and performs advanced data extraction techniques for damaged devices being able to recover data when others say it can’t be done. He is a frequent speaker at industry events, published in professional publications, and constantly shares insightful content on topics relating to digital forensics and cybersecurity. He holds a number of certifications including:
- GIAC Advanced Smartphone Forensics (GASF)
- Magnet Certified Forensic Examiner (MCFE)
- Certified Mobile Examiner (CCME)
- Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator (CHFI)
- Magnet Certified Cloud Examiner (MCCE)
- Texas Private Investigator
- Arkansas Private Investigator
‾ Learning Objectives:
- Understand the process of digital forensics collection, analysis, and validation
- Identify the types of data that can be recovered
- Review case studies showing how digital evidence can be utilized
11:30 am: Lunch
11:50 am: Houston ACFE Board Remarks
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm - Presentation
Recommended CPE hours: 1.0 credits.
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Delivery Method: Group Live
Prerequisites: Not Applicable
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge
Who Should Attend: Anti-fraud professionals, Auditors, Accountants, Attorneys, Investigators, Law Enforcement, Educators, Students
Advanced Preparation: None
Program Level: Basic
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For concerns regarding course offerings, certifications or complaints, please contact: Gabriella Marshall, Training Director at the Houston ACFE.