DataFocus is an international conference, that has been successfully organized by INsig2, every year since 2012, and attended by more than 200 participants each year, from the whole world. DataFocus is all about exchanging experiences. We bring together law enforcement investigators, prosecutors, judges, court expert witnesses and let them talk about their experiences with digital evidence and digital forensic investigations.
Since its beginnings, DataFocus has always been a conference free of charge for all the attendees, based on invitation of the organizer. It was and still is, INsig2's way of contributing to the digital forensics community by bringing all experts dealing with digital evidence in one place and giving them a chance to learn from one another.
DataFocus 2016 is organized in three tracks
Lecturers on legal aspects of collecting, processing and presenting digital evidence in criminal and administrative proceedings.
Lecturers on technical aspects of finding, preserving and processing digital evidence.
Lecturers delivered by exhibitors, presenting and demonstrating newest products, services and trends in the digital forensic field.
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Registration, welcome coffee
Opening ceremony (Grand hall - Section B)
Keynote presentations (Grand hall - Section B)
Olivera Balašević, CEO of "Salayka", leading production company in Southeast Europe, Serbia
Coffee break/Sponsored by Hrvatski Telekom
Duty of communications intermediaries to cooperate in criminal investigations: challenges
Incidents in 2015, trends, CTI methods
Analyzing computer and mobile devices with new Belkasoft Evidence Center 2016
Oxygen Forensic Detective: Mobile Devices and Cloud Forensics. Extract, analyze and locate vital evidence.
Tatiana Pankova and Olga Linerte, Oxygen, USA
Jurisdiction and the Internet
Stephen Mason, a barrister, an Associate Fellow at the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies in London, and a member of the IT Panel of the General Council of the Bar of England and Wales, United Kingdom
Mobile Chat and Social App Forensics
Legal Aspetcs of Massive Data Collection: does Big data bring Big Evidence
Intelligence analysis and national security: challenges
What's New with Tableau and Emerging Technologies around SSDs
Lunch – Restaurant Tomislav
Boundlessness of Cyberspace vs. Limited Application of the National Criminal Law. Jurisdictional Questions in Cyberspace
Mobile malware forensic analysis - lessons from the wild
The latest version of Mobile Forensics XRY
European Convention on Human Rights and the proceedings before competition authorities
Cyberterorizam - modern security threat
Forensic image and video analysis: enhancement and authentication
The difference between civil and criminal proceedings concerning the legality of evidence
Vitomir Boić, Judge of the County Court of Velika Gorica, Croatia
Working memory - a source of valuable forensic clues
Damir Paladin, Borea, Director, Croatia
Mobile Forensics: Challenges in Obtaining, Analyzing and Applying Evidence from Mobile Applications.
The growth of electronic technology and problems in criminal law
The beginning and end of digital evidence life cycle
UFED Series: Cellebrite Mobile and Cloud Forensic Solutions
Dani Golovaty, Regional Sales Manager, Cellebrite Ltd., Israel
Closing ceremony (Grand hall - Section B)