Tuesday, February 13, 2018 from 4:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Social Law Library, Boston, Massachusetts
CPCS approved for 2 hours of credit from the Post-Conviction, Youth Advocacy Division and Adult Criminal Trial panels.
Vice President, Stroz Friedberg
This session will touch on the past, present & future of Cyber Crime & Digital Forensics from legal, investigative and technical perspectives in both the civil and criminal worlds. The presentation will cover types of cyber investigations, digital evidence, and the digital forensic process.
Following a twenty-four year career with the Massachusetts State Police, David McSweeney is currently a Vice President in Stroz Friedberg’s Boston office where he manages the Digital Forensics Lab.
Mr. McSweeney’s two decades with the State Police were primarily focused in the areas of cyber investigations, digital forensics, and technical incident management. He served as the Executive Officer in of Computer Crimes Unit. He was also a founding member of the Commonwealth’s first statewide cybercrimes unit at the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office. Mr. McSweeney also spent fourteen years assigned to the Norfolk County District Attorney’s Office where he founded the digital forensics section and was responsible for directing all personnel and operations for cases involving complex technical investigations, the search and seizure of digital evidence, and digital forensics analysis. He has provided expert testimony related to the digital forensic process and findings. Mr. McSweeney has taken part in several professional initiatives that have resulted in the development and release of best practice documents for the search and seizure of electronic evidence and digital evidence handling for law enforcement. Mr. McSweeney is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) with the ISC2, a GIAC Certified Forensics Analyst (GCFA), and an Encase Certified Examiner (EnCE).
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