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Delaware Valley 1st Qtr Meeting 2019
Philadelphia Regional Computer Forensics Laboratory
201 King of Prussia Road
Radnor, PA 19087
Friday, March 22, 2019, 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM EDT
Category: Chapter Meeting

Join us March 22nd for our 1st Quarter Meeting

We have an action-packed schedule for you and you will not want to miss this meeting  The focus of this meeting will be on all things CLOUD!

Location: PHRCFL, Radnor Financial Center, Suite 300, 201 King of Prussia Road, Radnor, PA 19087

Parking: use parking lot in front of building

Presentation Location: The meeting will take place in the training room within Suite 300


9:00 - 9:15am       Registration / Networking / Refreshments

9:15 - 10:15am:    Heather Mahalik, SANS/ManTech/Smarter Forensics

                             ”An apple a day may keep the Dr away, but it can't prevent cloudy weather“

In this presentation, Heather Mahalik will discuss Apple Health data, Cloud syncing and Google's involvement. Most don't consider what is tracked whey they sit at their desk all day, complete a workout or go for a leisurely walk while wearing an Apple watch. Cloud collection of Health data is often overlooked, however it is currently being used by Apple and Google to track locations and more. Do you know what your Health data says about you? What happens if this information falls into the wrong hands or is intercepted via a cloud leak? This talk will cover topics in the news that link suspects to murders because of their Apple Health data, specifically being pulled from Apple watches and iPhones. Case scenarios will be discussed to emphasize what is possible, how to collect the data and what is available for parsing the relevant files.

10:15 - 10:45m:    RCFL Staff (www.rcfl.gov/philadelphia)

10:45 - 11:45am:  Brian Wolfinger, Wolfinger Forensics (wolfingerforensics.com)

11:45 - 12:45:       Scott Lyons and Joshua Marpet, Red Lion

                             “Blockchain Transactions are Anonymous, right!? Right?”

Abstract: Tracing and tracking blockchain transactions is an art, not a science. Well, actually, tracking the transactions is easy, but identifying the people behind it? Not so much. Let's discuss the paradigms behind money laundering, blockchain, and how linking people and groups to money and money movement is a forensic investigation technique!

12:45 - 1:00pm:  Open Discussion / Networking

     *subject to change based on speakers’ content and audience interaction.

Breakfast refreshments will be served so your RSVP is kindly appreciated.

See you on March 22nd!

Contact: Shawn Kaderabek, President Delaware Valley HTCIA, [email protected]