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Welcome to InfraGard South Florida Members Alliance

UPCOMING EVENT
Nov
5
Tue
Digital and Mobile Forensics: Educate to Empower @ "City of Hallandale Beach Cultural Community Center
Nov 5 @ 8:00 am – 3:10 pm

Date: Tuesday, November 5, 2019
Time: 8:00 am – 3:10 pm
Venue:
City of Hallandale Beach Cultural Community Center
410 SE 3rd Street
Hallandale Beach, FL 33009

Speakers
John Christy, City of Hallandale – 30 min
Greg Chavarria, Hallandale Beach City Manager
SA Riddell, FBI
Kevin Parviz, Computer Forensics Detective

Event Planning
Melinda Jacobs Beck (Mindy)
Yair Levy – yair.levyy.phd@gmail.com

Sponsors
Breakfast – IBM – Coffee and Lunch (Sanjay Deo and Mindy)

Cost: Free to all InfraGard members and LEO’s

Description:
Mobile device use has been growing exponentially over the past three decades, and so does the data on these devices as part of any form of investigation. This event will focus on the recent trends in digital and mobile forensics in order to empower participants on the tools and capabilities available, including hands-on workshops. The day will start with welcoming remarks followed by a talk from the event host, John Christly, CIO, City of Hallandale Beach on his years of experience in digital forensics. Following, FBI/Miami CART – Forensic Examiner Elizabeth Riddell will discuss the topic and relevant issues from the FBI’s perspective. The day will include two extensive hands-on workshops (please bring your laptops!) by Mike Giallombardo and Tim Masshardt, Total Intelligence Group, on the use of IBM I2 and OSINT tools – which are used by many law enforcement agencies to collect and analyze digital and mobile forensics. The day will conclude with a presentation by Kevin Parviz, Computer Forensics Detective for Washtenaw County Sheriff’s Office on his ongoing research project titled “An Applied Methodology for Expeditious Computer Forensics Triage”. This event is open for interested InfraGard members and also free for all Law Enforcement personnel that are interested in Digital and Mobile Forensics.

8:00-9:00 registration and breakfast
9:00-9:10 Welcoming notes – SA Kyle Scheatzle, FBI Miami + Dr. Yair Levy, Nova Southeastern University
9:10-9:40 Opening Talk Our Host – John Christly, CIO, City of Hallandale Beach
9:40-10:30 Starting Keynote by FBI/Miami CART – Forensic Examiner Elizabeth Riddell
10:30-10:45 coffee break
10:45-12:00 IBM i2 Analyze training session – Mike Giallombardo and Tim Masshardt, Total Intelligence Group
12:00-13:00 Lunch
13:00-14:15 Second training session – OSINT – Mike Giallombardo and Tim Masshardt, Total Intelligence Group
14:15-15:00 Closing Keynote by Kevin Parviz, Computer Forensics Detective for Washtenaw County Sheriff’s Office – “An Applied Methodology for Expeditious Computer Forensics Triage”
15:00-15:10 Closing Remarks – SA Kyle Scheatzle + Dr. Yair Levy

InfraGard is a national information sharing program between the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the private sector.

There is no monetary cost to join yet its benefits to government and private industry are great.

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Membership

At its core, InfraGard’s strength and effectiveness is based upon the subject matter expertise of its trusted membership.

Benefits of being an InfraGard member:
  • a private-sector volunteer with an inherent concern for national security
  • Driven to protect their own industry
  • motivated to share their professional and personal knowledge to safeguard the country
  • connect to a national network of Subject Matter Experts
  • communicate with federal law enforcement and government agencies
  • contribute to the security and protection of our national infrastructure from threats and attacks

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We congratulate our member, Armin Torres

Armin Torres has been chosen by the National Board as an Information Technology Subject Matter Expert (SME).

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ATTEND THE NEXT EVENT

Nov
5
Tue
Digital and Mobile Forensics: Educate to Empower @ "City of Hallandale Beach Cultural Community Center
Nov 5 @ 8:00 am – 3:10 pm

Date: Tuesday, November 5, 2019
Time: 8:00 am – 3:10 pm
Venue:
City of Hallandale Beach Cultural Community Center
410 SE 3rd Street
Hallandale Beach, FL 33009

Speakers
John Christy, City of Hallandale – 30 min
Greg Chavarria, Hallandale Beach City Manager
SA Riddell, FBI
Kevin Parviz, Computer Forensics Detective

Event Planning
Melinda Jacobs Beck (Mindy)
Yair Levy – yair.levyy.phd@gmail.com

Sponsors
Breakfast – IBM – Coffee and Lunch (Sanjay Deo and Mindy)

Cost: Free to all InfraGard members and LEO’s

Description:
Mobile device use has been growing exponentially over the past three decades, and so does the data on these devices as part of any form of investigation. This event will focus on the recent trends in digital and mobile forensics in order to empower participants on the tools and capabilities available, including hands-on workshops. The day will start with welcoming remarks followed by a talk from the event host, John Christly, CIO, City of Hallandale Beach on his years of experience in digital forensics. Following, FBI/Miami CART – Forensic Examiner Elizabeth Riddell will discuss the topic and relevant issues from the FBI’s perspective. The day will include two extensive hands-on workshops (please bring your laptops!) by Mike Giallombardo and Tim Masshardt, Total Intelligence Group, on the use of IBM I2 and OSINT tools – which are used by many law enforcement agencies to collect and analyze digital and mobile forensics. The day will conclude with a presentation by Kevin Parviz, Computer Forensics Detective for Washtenaw County Sheriff’s Office on his ongoing research project titled “An Applied Methodology for Expeditious Computer Forensics Triage”. This event is open for interested InfraGard members and also free for all Law Enforcement personnel that are interested in Digital and Mobile Forensics.

8:00-9:00 registration and breakfast
9:00-9:10 Welcoming notes – SA Kyle Scheatzle, FBI Miami + Dr. Yair Levy, Nova Southeastern University
9:10-9:40 Opening Talk Our Host – John Christly, CIO, City of Hallandale Beach
9:40-10:30 Starting Keynote by FBI/Miami CART – Forensic Examiner Elizabeth Riddell
10:30-10:45 coffee break
10:45-12:00 IBM i2 Analyze training session – Mike Giallombardo and Tim Masshardt, Total Intelligence Group
12:00-13:00 Lunch
13:00-14:15 Second training session – OSINT – Mike Giallombardo and Tim Masshardt, Total Intelligence Group
14:15-15:00 Closing Keynote by Kevin Parviz, Computer Forensics Detective for Washtenaw County Sheriff’s Office – “An Applied Methodology for Expeditious Computer Forensics Triage”
15:00-15:10 Closing Remarks – SA Kyle Scheatzle + Dr. Yair Levy


Congratulations our newly elected Board members:

Tom Markert
Robert Brzenchek
Melinda Jacobs Beck
Stephen Kirschner

Many thanks!

MISSION STATEMENT

The mission of the InfraGard South Florida Members Alliance is to assist in protecting our region’s critical infrastructure from threats and attack, either physical or cyber.

This mission is accomplished through the following:

  • • Secure facilitation of information sharing
  • • Collaboration with public/private industry professionals and government agencies at all levels (local, state, and federal)
  • • Training and education of our membership, and community outreach.