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CFIN to explain how digital forensics can boost crime investigation

By Editor   |   14 October 2016   |   2:59 am
Dr. Peter Olu Olayiwola

Dr. Peter Olu Olayiwola

Computer Forensics Institute, Nigeria, collaboration with First Digital and Techno- Law Forensics Co. Limited, has concluded Plans to hold a three-day yearly International Digital, Mobile and Computer Forensics Conference and Training Expo from October 17-19 in Lagos.

According to the finstitute, the 5th yearly Conference coincides with the 8th Anniversary Celebration and Awards of the (CFIN), during the conference, induction of new professional members and fellows will also take place.

The Director and President, Computer Forensics Institute,  Nigeria (CFIN), Dr. Peter Olu Olayiwola, while speaking to journalists on the theme of the event; Digital and Mobile Forensics: Tools for Terrestrial and Cybercrime Investigation, Security and Intelligence said the session would provide rich contents and depth from each presentation covering all aspects of cyber security, digital and mobile/phone forensics, electronic evidence collection, analysis and  presentation; crime scene documentation, forensic laboratory development and management; cross-examination of expert witness; sessions on intelligence process and models for national security and criminal investigation as  the conference has assembled the best speakers in various areas of forensics to meet the needs of government agencies, corporate organizations and individuals.

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