Life Cycle of a Cyber Investigation: Guide for Interpreters and Translators


More and more expert witness testimony is related to the subject of Digital Forensics. Law enforcement investigations need to look on a suspect's computer and/or mobile phone to find
evidence, not only of crimes committed with that device, but also to determine that individual's activity, identity, and co-conspirators. This process is often discussed in reports as well as the courtroom.

For interpreters and translators who work with the Law Enforcement and Justice systems, knowledge of the basic Digital Forensics process and vocabulary is essential. NITA's language-neutral Life Cycle of a Cyber Investigation seminar will cover these essentials. Attendees will walk away with the knowledge T&I professionals require regarding the field of Digital Forensics as well as printed material in English with those basic concepts and vocabulary.

Presenter: Christopher J. Perini

Mr. Perini has more than 24 years of experience in law enforcement, the military, and the private sector, with his primary focus in cyber forensics and investigations. He was a special agent responsible for conducting on-scene and controlled environment computer data previews and acquisitions utilizing EnCase and FTK forensic software in support of search warrants and/or consent searches. He specializes in digital media acquisition/recovery, analysis, and reporting. He regularly provides technical training and consultations internationally to foreign law enforcement entities, military organizations, and network/system administrators on behalf of the US Department of State for both the Anti-Terrorism Assistance (ATA) Program and The Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL). He holds multiple technical certifications and is a certified Federal Law Enforcement Instructor from the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC).

Pending approval for Nevada, Utah, and California CEUs, and ATA CEPs

Early-Bird Discount Deadline: February 4, 2020
Until then: NITA Members $25/Non-members $40

After February 4, through February 7, 2020
Admission fee: NITA Members $40/Non-members $55

Do you want to join NITA and take advantage of our member discount? Membership pays for itself! Click here to learn more and sign up.

Seminar Location:
Office of the Federal Public Defender
411 E. Bonneville Avenue
1st floor, Conference room
Las Vegas, NV 89101

All registrations must be done online. There will be no registration on the day of the seminar itself.


Bookings are closed for this event.

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