Dr. Kevin Jennings Attends 2018 FLETC Cybercrime Conference
Dr. Kevin Jennings, Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice and Criminology, attended the second annual Cybercrime Conference at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC) in Glynco, Georgia on September 6, 2018. The conference covered topics in cybercrime including legal issues in cyber searches, chip-off forensic analysis techniques, forensic analysis using Powershell, and finding Bitlocker keys in a memory dump using Linux.
“It was an incredibly rewarding experience and I was amazed at the detailed, technical presentations. It was the first conference I have been to that encouraged hands on participation rather than just listening to a lecture. The audience actually got to perform a chip-off forensics analysis. They were encouraged to use a Linux virtual machine to find Bitlocker keys as the presenter explained the process. I am very excited to attend next year, and will hopefully be able to bring more cybercrime and cyber security people from Georgia Southern with me.” –Dr. Kevin Jennings
Dr. Jennings brings the knowledge gained at the FLETC conference to the Criminal Justice Department’s Cybercrime track in the undergraduate Criminal Justice and Criminology major, Cybercrime minor, and Graduate Certificate in Cybercrime where he teaches courses such as Introduction to Cybercrime, Cyber Forensics, and Applied Digital Forensics.
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