June 30, 2017 Meeting

Date of Meeting: June 30, 2017
Start Time of Meeting: 12:00 PM
End Time of Meeting: 2:30 PM

Location:
City of Gardena-Transit Center
13900 Western Ave
Gardena, CA 90247
Map: https://goo.gl/maps/XjDpFhh6rYm

Lunch Provided: We will be serving Chicken and Beef teriyaki from Rascals Teriyaki Grill. Please click here to RSVP if you would like lunch. *Please let us know your dietary restrictions/allergies.

Topic: John will be introducing “Forensic Explorer” software to the group. “Forensic Explorer is a tool for the analysis of electronic evidence. Primary users of this software are law enforcement, corporate investigations agencies and law firms. Forensic Explorer has the features you expect from the very latest in forensic software. Inclusive with Mount Image Pro, Forensic Explorer will quickly become an important part of your forensic software toolkit.” www.forensicexplorer.com. A free evaluation copy will also be provided to all attendees. A complimentary single full licensed version will be raffled off.

After the main speaker we’ll also discuss volunteer opportunities for the upcoming HTCIA International Conference & Expo!

Speaker: Mr. John (Zeke) Thackray, Vice President GetData USA

John (Zeke) Thackray is the Vice President of GetData Forensics USA, based in Los Angeles and responsible for global forensic services and training. Zeke, as he is more commonly known throughout the industry, is a former British Police Detective who specialized in hi-tech crime from the early 1990’s. He was responsible for the establishment and development of the New Zealand Police Electronic Crime Unit based in Auckland. He has also been responsible for the establishment of corporate computer forensic facilities such as Ernst and Young in Australia and the IBM Global IT Security Incident Response Group. Zeke has been involved in many hi-tech, high profile investigations around the world and has delivered computer and cell phone forensics training globally for many years. Zeke considers himself an investigator first and an educator second. Hands-on practical investigative skills are key in keeping pace with technology to educate others. He has recently returned from active investigations and consultancy assignments in the Middle East, Latin America, Asia and the Oceania Region.

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