DataFocus 2013

DataFocus
Hotel Antunović, Zagreb, Croatia

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We have raised DataFocus 2013 to an even higher level than last year by inviting prominent European experts to be actively involved in the conference and share with us the European technical and legal experience. 
The conference will be free of charge for all participants, based on the invitation of the organizer.

 

DataFocus 2013 is organized in three tracks 

Legal track

Lecturers on legal aspects of collecting, processing and presenting digital evidence in criminal and administrative proceedings.

Investigation track 

Lecturers on technical aspects of finding, preserving and processing digital evidence.

Technical track 

Lecturers delivered by exhibitors, presenting and demonstrating newest products, services and trends in the digital forensic field.

 

Program

Time

Hall 1
(Legal section)

Hall 2
(Investigation section)
Hall 3
(Technical section)

  8:00-8:30

  Registration, welcome coffee

  8:30-8:50

Opening ceremony


Goran Oparnica, BSc, Managing Director, INsig2
Dragan Novosel, LLM, First Deputy Attorney General of the Republic of Croatia
Evelin Tonković, LLM, Deputy Minister of Interior of the Republic of Croatia

 

Ceremony host 
Zoran Šprajc

  8:50-10:30

Keynote presentations


Training of prosecutors in UK 
Esther George, LLB (Hons), LLM, MA, Senior Policy Advisor at Crown Prosecution Service, UK


Importance of Digital Evidence in Criminal Procedure  
Dražen Tripalo, LLM, Judge of the Supreme Court of the Republic of Croatia


International Criminal Justice Cooperation in Information Society
Prof. Zlata Đurđević, PhD, Faculty of Law, Croatia


Croatian Criminal Law and the Challenge of Cybercrime
Prof. Davor Derenčinović, PhD, Faculty of Law, Croatia

  10:30-10:45

  Coffee break

  10:45-11:15

Contemporary Trends in High-Tech Crime and Experiences of the Ministry of the Interior of the Republic of Serbia

 

Ph.D. Branislav Veselinović, Police Director at the Ministry of the Interior of the Republic of Serbia

Legal Regulation of Electronic Evidence in Criminal Proceedings

 

Ph.D. Elizabeta Ivičević Karas, Asst. Prof.,
Faculty of Law, Croatia

UFED Workshop 

Mobile Device Forensics

 

Yuval Ben-Moshe, Forensics Technical Director,
Cellebrite, Israel

  11:15-11:45

Slovenian Police and Cybercrime

 

Toni Kastelic, BSc(Econ), Head of Computer Investigation Centre, Criminal Police Directorate of the Republic of Slovenia

Legal Aspects of Secret Online Investigations

 

Ph.D. Matko Pajčić, Asst. Prof., Faculty of Law, Croatia

 
  11:45-12:15

Experiences of the Ministry of Interior in the Fight against High-Tech Crime

 

Ivan Mijatović, High-Tech Crime Unit, National Police Office for Suppression of Corruption and Organized Crime, Croatia

New Criminal Code Provisions for Cybercrime

 

Aleksandar Maršavelski, LLM, Faculty of Law, Croatia

 
  12:15-12:45

Encrypted Content Forensics

 

Damir Palavra, MSc, Permanent Court Expert Witness, Croatia

Protection of Intellectual Capital in the Digital Age

 

Mladen Vukmir, LLM,
Vukmir & Associates, Croatia

 

  12:45-14:00

  Lunch    

  14:00-14:30

ButterFly Malicious Code Case – International Experience from Slovenia

 

Borut Štok, Head of the Computer Investigation Unit, Police Directorate Maribor, Slovenia

Digital Evidence in Civil Proceedings

 

Martina Živanović, Senior Judicial Council of the County Court in Velika Gorica, Croatia

Guidance Software Forensic Solutions – Advancing the Practice of Digital Forensics

 

Steve Gregory, EnCE, Forensic Solution Specialist
Guidance Software, UK

  14:30-15:00

“SpyEye” Malicious Software

 

Dražen Višnjić, Head of the Special Department for Combating High-Tech Crime, Ministry of Interior of the Republic of Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Privacy on the Internet

 

Ph.D. Željko Ivanković
Banka Magazine, Croatia

Forensic Workstations

 

Kai Jessen, Sales Manager,
mh-SERVICE, Germany

  15:00-15:30

ISO 27037 – Guidelines for Identification, Collection, Acquisition and Preservation of Digital Evidence

 

Damir Paladin, MSc,
Permanent Court Expert Witness, Croatia

What Traces are Left by Digital Attackers

 

Predrag Pale, MSc,
Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing, Croatia

Catching the Ghost: How to Discover Ephemeral Evidence with Live RAM Analysis

 

Yuri Gubanov, Founder and CEO, Belkasoft, Russia

  15:30-16:00

Legal Procedures for Seizing IT Equipment in Slovenia

 

Tadej Stergar, MSc, Director, Institute of Forensics of Information Technologies, Slovenia
Janko Šavnik, Information Security Specialist, Institute of Forensics of Information Technologies, Slovenia

Cooperation between Private and Public Sector in Expert Testimony

 

Ph.D. Miroslav Bača, Profesor, 
Faculty of Organization and Informatics, Croatia

Countering the Technical and Practical Hurdles Challenging Lawful Intercept

 

Sune Græsbøll Ottesen,
BAE Systems Detica, Denmark

  16:00-16:30

Cloud Forensics

 

Primož Kragelj, Senior Consultant
Deloitte Audit, Slovenia

Electronic Signature

 

Irena Kukina, MSc, Consultant, INsig2, Croatia

Faster Child Exploitation Evidence Processing Using Biometric and Image/Video Recognition Technologies

 

Antoine Normand, CEO
BlueBear LES, Canada

  16:30-17:00

Closing ceremony


     Tombola
     Final words of the organizer

 

Plenary Lecturers

Esther George

LLB (Hons), LLM, MA, Senior Policy Advisor at Crown Prosecution Service, UK
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Dražen Tripalo

LLM, Judge of the Supreme Court of the Republic of Croatia
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Davor Derenčinović

PhD, Faculty of Law, Croatia
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Lecturers

Aleksandar Maršavelski

Miroslav Bača

DataFocus 2013 will take place in Zagreb in Hotel Antunović.