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The Wisconsin Association of Computer Crime Investigators (WACCI), is a growing group of law enforcement and private sector professionals that have joined together to exchange information regarding computer crimes. Our monthly meetings attract a wide range of experts who share investigative technicques, discuss new technology and assist each other in the investigation of computer-related crime. These training sessions attract the top local/ regional experts in computer crimes/ forensics, drawing expertise from both law enforcement and private industry. WACCI members also work to increase public awareness regarding computer- related crimes. See the content below for information about our Executive Board, Committees, and by-laws.
2013 WACCI Conference
- Last Updated on 03 April 2013
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2013 WACCI Conference
October 15-18, 2013
Alliant Energy Center
2013 WACCI Conference - Call for Speakers
- Last Updated on 25 February 2013
WACCI 2013 Conference Call for Speakers:
You are invited to submit your presentation proposal and share your knowledge at the 2013 Wisconsin Association of Computer Crime Investigators Conference October 15th – 18th, 2013 at the Alliant Energy Center in Madison, WI.
Contact the 2013 WACCI Speaker Coordinator for more information or to submit your presentation proposal and short bio:
Det. Cindy Murphy
2013 WACCI Conference Speaker Coordinator
P.O Box 1885, Madison, WI 53701
1. All presentations are limited to 90 minutes.
2. Free attendance to the conference is granted as an honorarium for conducting a presentation.
3. All presentation rooms will be equipped with an LCD projector and screen. A wireless lapel microphone will be available upon request. Other AV equipment may be available upon request. Please make arrangements prior to conference to ensure your needs are met.
4. Speakers who are involved in any way with providing a product or service for a fee are required to refrain from any promotion of their product or service during their presentation unless prior approval and arrangements have been made. Please contact the Conference Speaker Coordinator for more information.
5. Presentations can include theory, experiential sessions, and/or case studies. Presentation tracks have also been set up to ensure maximum participant benefit for an audience of law enforcement, prosecutors, private, and public sector employees. Presentations should be designed to fit into one of the following tracks:
a. Newbs (Introductory/Basic Forensics Concepts & Techniques)
b. Techspert (Advanced Forensics Concepts & Techniques)
c. Network Security/Information Assurance
d. Mobile/Small Device Forensics
e. Investigative Techniques & Prosecution of High Tech Crimes
We look forward to seeing you at the 2013 WACCI Conference!