Forensics Europe Expo 6-7 March London Olympia Forensics Exhibition and Conference

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Seminar Programme

2017 Seminar Programme

In these tutorials, forensic experts talk about their successes, challenges and lessons learnt to improve your expertise and find out about latest project efficiencies and investigation skills to further progress your career. 

Day One

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09:45
  1. Seminar Theatre
    25 mins
    For evidence to be relied upon and trusted by a courtroom, it must be dealt with correctly. We must ensure that all work is reproducible and repeatable with any image or video submitted, portraying fact, and not fiction.
10:10
  1. Seminar Theatre
    25 mins
    Fingerprints have been an important contribution to the forensic sciences since the researches made first by Francis Galton and then by Juan Vucetich. Some time later, Henry Faulds established that individuals leave their fingerprints in a non-visible way, in every element that they manipulate or surface with which they have contact.
10:35
  1. Seminar Theatre
    25 mins
    The world of Laboratory Information Management Systems (LIMS) is changing. There is more and more reliance on digitally capturing everything from chain-of-custody at the point of collection to the fin ...
11:00
  1. Seminar Theatre
    25 mins
    Semen stains localization is an important challenge and a prerequisite to genetic identification during forensic investigations. Conventional semen stain localization methods include non-specific techniques such as CrimeScope or/and acid phosphatase specific methods such as naphthyl.
11:25
  1. Seminar Theatre
    25 mins
    The forensic analysis of Gunshot Residue (GSR), which is formed by the condensation of primer products when a gun is fired, can provide key evidence in associating a suspect with a shooting scene.
11:50
  1. Seminar Theatre
    25 mins
    In Forensic analysis, often a Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM) is used. It has a lot of advantages and makes it possible to study structures in very fine detail. This then often in combination with ...
12:15
  1. Seminar Theatre
    25 mins
    EVISCAN is a unique, innovative high-tech workstation that enables contactless evidence analysis. Forensic experts around the world can detect, enhance and digitally preserve latent fingerprints and latent print evidence from non-porous surfaces.
12:40
  1. Seminar Theatre
    25 mins
    Until recently, imaging outside of the visible spectrum has been little practiced by forensic examiners and researchers alike. With the advancement in technological infrastructure, coupled with the b ...
13:05
  1. Seminar Theatre
    25 mins
    In the age of increasing case numbers and changing threats, a fast and smooth exchange of data by digitalization is an important part of modern infrastructure. The classical transmission of examinatio ...
13:30
  1. Seminar Theatre
    25 mins
    The analysis of hair samples allows for a much longer detection window than blood or urine analysis. Manual sample preparation of hair samples for this type of analysis is complex and time consuming. ...
13:55
  1. Seminar Theatre
    25 mins
    Image manipulation can be performed on a standard smartphone. Thus, when images are submitted as evidence we must be able to validate that they are a true and accurate representation of what they purport to show. Manipulation may have been necessary, but malicious manipulation may change the interpretation of the image and therefore the evidential meaning.
14:20
  1. Seminar Theatre
    25 mins
    Would you like to see an ultra high quality 3D rendering from your own DICOM dataset? Would you like to see a 1:1 life size human body rebuilt from real data? Come and try for yourself our Anatomage Table. Anatomage Table 5 features state of the art imaging software to examine real human anatomy. New ultra-high quality (UHQ) visualization is available for all embedded clinical cases and loaded DICOMs while the touchscreen display provides instant access to photorealistic human anatomy.
14:45
  1. Seminar Theatre
    25 mins
    Ever since money exists in physical form man has tried to imitate it or adulterate it in order to obtain economic benefit from this fraudulent activity. The crime of forgery, as old as the coin itself, has been severely punished by the issuing authorities from its beginnings.

Day Two

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09:45
  1. Seminar Theatre
    25 mins
    How do you future-proof your investigative lab capabilities to handle the expanding complexity and volumes of digital evidence involved in cases today? During this session you will hear some ideas and ...
10:10
  1. Seminar Theatre
    25 mins
    “Compelson, in the forensics field since 1996, will present their new generation tools. The all-in-one MOBILedit Forensic Express is capable of a wide range of deleted data recovery, advanced application data analysis, multiple-device concurrent extractions, beautiful reports and huge phone base support.
10:35
  1. Seminar Theatre
    25 mins
    The myth of the 360° all-knowing investigator able to analyse in depth, at the same time and way, the feverish scenario of the digital forensics evidence (video surveillance systems, computers, servers, network traffic, mobile phones, cell towers coverage etc.)… went bust. The thing is, the digital investigation needs a brand-new approach.
11:00
  1. Seminar Theatre
    25 mins
    This presentation with introduce SalvationDATA's patented technology and how we embed them into our products for providing integrated digital forensics solution and laboratory equipment.
11:25
  1. Seminar Theatre
    25 mins
    Several years ago, forensic software manufacturers prided themselves on the amount of device profiles they supported. Nowadays what really matters is the amount of supported applications. Beyond all doubt, all the vital evidence is stored in apps: contacts, group and private chats, plans, geo coordinates, cache and much more.
11:50
  1. Seminar Theatre
    25 mins
    Searching seized computers for files is a slow process, consuming valuable man-hours, delaying availability of evidence, and causing backlogs in many digital forensics labs.
12:15
  1. Seminar Theatre
    25 mins
    The digital universe is growing at an exponential rate that brings with it enormous challenges for the examiners.  The need to have a collaborative environment to find the evidence quickly is essential.  Digital Forensic examiners and investigators need to learn to work together in order to identify the relevant data. 
12:40
  1. Seminar Theatre
    25 mins
    In this session, learn about the latest trends in chat and social apps and find out how to analyze and interpret data from these apps in your own investigations.
13:15
  1. Seminar Theatre
    25 mins
    "Direct eMMC" is a technique that can be used to perform physical extractions of a huge range of mobile devices: Android and Windows Phone handsets, tablet computers and satnavs can all be acquired. Attendees will learn how this cost effective, non-destructive technique can be used to rapidly obtain physical extractions of locked and unsupported devices.
13:40
  1. Seminar Theatre
    25 mins
    Complex data - especially communications data records with ANPR, phone downloads, geotagged pictures, social media extracts - is time consuming to analyse and even harder to present in an easily understandable format to enable a jury to make just decisions. 
14:05
  1. Seminar Theatre
    25 mins
    Traditional methods of audio evidence authenticity investigation today – search for interruptions of technical signal characteristics – needs strong support from digital forensics as today it is i ...
14:30
  1. Seminar Theatre
    25 mins
    Mobile devices are important evidence sources in most criminal investigations. Current mobile forensic tools only allow analysis and investigation of mobile devices in isolation of the rest of the dig ...

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Opening times

DAY ONE / 6th March 2018 / 9:00-17:45


DAY 2 / 7th March 2018 / 9:00-16:45