We are pleased to announce that the San Francisco ACFE Chapter will kick-off the new year with dual meetings on January 22 and 23, 2018 from 11:30-1:30 PM in San Jose and San Francisco. The meetings will be a combination of professional presentation with a special outside expert in the field of cyberfraud (2 CPE’s will be awarded) which will be held over a light lunch. The presentations will be identical, so please use the Eventbrite registration page for the location most convenient for you.
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The Chapter gives special thanks to Dispel LLC for stepping up as the main sponsor for this event. I would also like to thank Golden Gate University and Frank, Rimerman for their hosting support.
Special Presentation Topic: Flying Under the Radar: How to Avoid Alerting Suspects Early in a Cyber Investigation
The moment a suspect realizes they are under investigation is often the moment they start covering their tracks and destroying evidence. Yet the same skills that let sophisticated criminals or dishonest insiders commit fraud often let them quickly sniff out that an investigation is under way. So how do you conduct your investigation and gather evidence without tipping off the potential suspects? Find out what tactics and cyber tools you can use to keep your activity and data hidden and protected until you are ready to confront the suspects.
Dispel specializes in network concealment, hyper-segmentation, traffic obfuscation, and secure communications. Commercialized in 2014, multinational organizations and tens of thousands of users trust Dispel to protect their proprietary data and interactions, even in some of the world’s most hostile environments.e best platform for provisioning modern applications, communicating easily, and guarding against hostile governments.
Presenter: Andy Liverman, Director, Dispel LLC.
Andy Liverman’s background includes a mix of tech, finance and real estate. He specializes in helping innovative tech companies launch and grow their products. A graduate of Columbia Business School and Yale University, he is a former member of the US National Rowing team. Most weekends he can be found on the bay, coaching Junipero Serra’s High School crew team.
Monday, January 22, 2018, 11:30am -1:30pm
The Silicon Valley Capital Club, 50 W San Fernando St, San Jose, CA 95113 San Jose.
Please bring both your meeting registration and if needed, cash or check for your meeting/membership dues. We will provide you with a receipt at the event.
Purchase tickets here.
Free of Charge for ACFE SF Chapters Members who have paid 2018 dues. The cost to non-members is $25 and will be collected at the time of registration through Eventbrite. Please note that since this is the first meeting of the year, there is also an option to pay your annual dues through Eventbrite while registering or simply to pay without planning on attending these specific meetings.
We hope you can make it!
Steve C. Morang, CFE CCEP CIA CRMA