ROSEVILLE, Calif., Sept. 3, 2013 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — The High Technology Crime Investigation Association (HTCIA) challenges attendees to solve a Network Forensics Murder Mystery at the 21st Annual International Conference & Training Expo on Sept. 8-11, 2013 at the J.W. Marriott Resort & Spa – Las Vegas in Summerlin, Nev. This popular workshop created by LMG Security is one of this year’s featured events, and puts the attendees directly in the shoes of the forensic investigator during a challenging investigation.

Various forms of evidence, such as smartphone packet captures, instant message traffic, video and web traffic, will be analyzed by the attendees using LMG’s custom-built network forensics workstation, as they learn cutting edge network forensics techniques. There is a limited quantity of seats remaining so HTCIA recommends you register and signup for this session before it closes.

“It has been reported recently that there are 18 victims of cybercrime per second, 1.5 million per day. We are in a unique position to be a part of the prevention as well as the solution to this growing epidemic, which is why workshops such as this one, and the entire conference in general, are so important and worthwhile in this industry,” says Maria Noboa, an HTCIA Marketing Committee Team Lead.

For more information or to register for the conference please see the HTCIA Conference website:

The annual HTCIA International Conference draws industry professionals from around the globe. Attendees can expect this year’s conference to feature a variety of lectures and hands-on labs specific to their industry segment. The Keynote Speaker has been announced as Shawn Henry, retired FBI Executive Assistant Director and current President of Crowdstrike Services. This year’s agenda consists of 30 lectures and 80 hands-on labs for all experience levels and covering a wide range of topics from Investigations involving Social Networking sites, Android Malware Detection, SSD Forensics and Hands-on Scoping of an Enterprise Intrusion.

“We will be learning about, and actually working with the latest tools, techniques and threats during these 3-4 days, and apply those skills,” says Noboa. There will also be entertainment provided by comedians Craig Shoemaker and Don McMillan. As an added bonus, all attendees will receive complimentary software bundles valued at several hundred dollars.

The J.W. Marriott Resort & Spa is the luxurious event venue and hosting hotel for the conference, and with only 7 days remaining until the conference, very few rooms are remaining. For more information on venue and travel discounts please visit

About HTCIA:
HTCIA is a non-profit professional organization founded over 25 years ago for the purpose of educating individuals involved with high tech investigations. For more information please visit:

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