Date(s) - 16/09/2017
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
ISACA Pune Chapter office
ISACA Pune Chapter Monthly Lecture Meeting – 16th September 2017
Please book your calendar for monthly lecture meeting on 16th September 2017 (Saturday)
The details of the lecture are as follows:
Topic: Harnessing the power of Forensic Technology in Investigation
Speaker: Mr. Jimmy Mate, Deloitte
Date: Saturday, 16th September 2017
Timing: 6.00 PM to 8:00 PM
Venue: ISACA Pune Chapter office, MCCIA Building, 1st floor, Swargate -Tilak Road Corner, Pune
About the Topic:
What to expect from this Session?
Organizations today are faced by numerous incidents of fraud, misconduct and non-compliance. In such a case, any investigation undertaken is ideally substantiated by the evidence at hand. In this day and age, evidence is not going to be primarily from tape recorders, paper documents or handwritten notes. Instead, evidence resides in electronic format, documents, spreadsheets, emails, social media accounts, in the cloud, or moreover on smart phones and tablets (emails, instant messages, chats). This is where the Digital Forensics team steps in. Through this session you will understand the various processes followed during an investigation and the tools/ techniques deployed to ‘crack’ a case.
About the speaker:
Jimmy is a Senior Manager in Forensic Technology service line within the Deloitte Forensic practice in India. He has around 11 years of experience in consulting and implementation of Forensic services with primary focus on Forensic Technology in Investigation, e-discovery, Cyber Forensic, Fraud Risk Indicators, and Forensic Support in Audit. He has led several high profile corporate investigation involving million dollar frauds, with key role in integrating computer forensics in investigation. He brings with him extensive experience, with a significant level of success, in the management of cyber forensic , investigations, anti-bribery & corruption analysis and fraud risk management . He has assisted the law enforcement agencies of India in solving some of the highly complex cases through computer forensic technology and same time ensuring integrity of evidence recovered is permissible in court.