Quality is unmatched in a industry
Roseville, CA (PRWEB) Mar 13, 2015
The High Technology Crime Investigation Association (HTCIA) announces a finish of Early Bird registration this Apr 1 for a 29th Annual International Conference and Training Expo. As usual, classes and presentations will be geared towards Chief Information Officers as good as people concerned in cyber investigations and intrusions. HTCIA is also gratified to announce SANS instructor Alissa Torres, vocalization on Windows Internals, and Ben Lemere, CEO and co-founder of Berla Corporation, vocalization on car forensics, have concluded to benefaction during this years conference. HTCIA can also endorse a CRC plea sponsored by Symantec and a Lockpick Village.
Peter Morin, HTCIA 2nd Vice President and Conference Chair, announced a imminent death stating, “As a non-profit organization, HTCIA strives to yield higher training during a rarely rival cost that is both suitable and required for Cyber professionals. Our past attendees zodiacally determine that a peculiarity of a presenters and a classes offering to a attendees are unmatched in a industry. Having this year’s discussion starting on Aug 30, 2015, during a Rosen Shingle Creek Resort in pleasing Orlando, Florida truly enhances a value ”.
The HTCIA Early Bird rate for those meddlesome in attending a International Conference Training Expo means registrants requesting to a discussion need usually compensate $395 (members) and $595 for non-members until Apr 1st. After Apr 1st, a rate will increase.
For some-more information on registration for a eventuality and non-member or tyro options greatfully revisit a HTCIA Conference Registration page: htciaconference.org. For additional information about this Conference, greatfully revisit a eventuality site or hit Peter Morin during info(at)htciaconference(dot)org. For information concerning sponsorships or media coverage opportunities greatfully hit Carol Hutchings during carol(at)htcia(dot)org or by phone during (916) 408-1751.
HTCIA is a 501(c)3 non-profit veteran classification founded over 29 years ago for a purpose of educating people concerned with high record investigations.
HTCIA continues to indurate a position as a personality in veteran organizations clinging to a prevention, review and charge of crimes involving modernized technologies.
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