- Wednesday, September 25 - Sydney 12 pm / Seoul 11 am / Singapore 10 am
- Chad Tilbury, SANS Certified Instructor
You can now attend the webcast using your mobile device!
Join us for the next installment of the SANS-APAC webcast series where we will provide a technical look at Geolocation Forensics.
A wide range of artifacts exist that can be used to put a laptop or mobile device in a particular place at a particular time. Geolocation artifacts are permeating operating systems, applications and file formats, giving forensic analysts new resources. As an example, the new HTML 5 standard has geolocation baked in, leading to an explosion of new geo-aware web applications. Including these artifacts in your investigations adds a new dimension of information -- providing critical data on who, what, when AND where.
Chad Tilbury has spent over ten years conducting incident response and forensic investigations. His extensive law enforcement and international experience stems from working with a broad cross-section of Fortune 500 corporations and government agencies around the world. During his service as a special agent with the Air Force Office of Special Investigations, he investigated a variety of computer crimes, including hacking, abduction, espionage, identity theft, and multi-million dollar fraud cases. He has led international forensic teams and was selected to provide computer forensic support to the United Nations Weapons Inspection Team. Chad has worked as a computer security engineer and forensic lead for a major defense contractor and more recently as the vice president of Worldwide Internet Enforcement for the Motion Picture Association of America. In that role, he managed Internet anti-piracy operations for the seven major Hollywood studios in over sixty countries. Chad is a graduate of the U.S. Air Force Academy and holds a BS and MS in computer science as well as GCFA, GCIH, and CISSP certifications. He is currently a consultant specializing in incident response, e-discovery, and computer forensics.