Events

Magnet-Hosted Events

We’re hosting events around the world where you can get an in-depth look at Magnet Forensics products and ask the experts your questions.

Upcoming Conferences

Planning on visiting one of these worldwide conferences? We’ll be at each one — so stop by our booth to talk more about our products and how we can help you in your investigations.

CyberAttack – Kuala Lumpur

CyberAttack – Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Apr 25
Cyber attacks are more versatile than ever: Far from being limited to economic damages from hacks on private information and enterprises, the impact on foreign and security policy is massive. Lacking specialised norms and inter policies for cyber space, the ability of states and rogue actors to launch attacks, while remaining undetected and unpunished, is intensifying the risk of general conflict.
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IACIS Annual Training

IACIS Annual Training

Orlando, FL, USA
Apr 29
IACIS has been providing computer Forensic Training for over 27 years. IACIS instructors and trainers are Certified Forensic Computer Examiners (CFCE) and are active in the field of computer forensics. All IACIS training material is reviewed and updated each year by our trainers to ensure that IACIS training material is relevant and up to date in order to meet the changing needs of digital forensic examiners. The goal of IACIS training is for students to learn and that no student is left behind. Classes combine computer forensic theory and hands-on practical exercises. Classes have a 6/8 to 1 student to trainer ratio. A trainer is assigned to each row of 6-8 students. While an instructor teaches a class, the trainers are always present to assist. Trainers monitor their student’s progress to ensure each student understands the material being taught and is keeping pace with the class.
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National Cyber Crime Conference 2019

National Cyber Crime Conference 2019

Norwood, MA, USA
Apr 29-1
Welcome to the 2019 National Cyber Crime Conference. Attorney General Maura Healey is proud to be partnering with Cellebrite, the National White Collar Crime Center, the National Attorneys General Training and Research Institute, and SEARCH to bring you three days of extensive training full of instructions and conversations on the most recent and challenging cyber concerns for law enforcement.
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Data Focus 2019

Data Focus 2019

Zagreb, Croatia
Apr 30
DataFocus is an international conference, that has been successfully organized by INsig2, every year since 2012, and attended by more than 200 participants each year, from the whole world. DataFocus is all about exchanging experiences. We bring together law enforcement investigators, prosecutors, judges, court expert witnesses and let them talk about their experiences with digital evidence and digital forensic investigations.
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Digital Experience Nordics

Digital Experience Nordics

Stockholm, Sweden
May 2
This one-day conference featuring Digital Forensics, Data Analytics and Training is exclusively for the Counter (Cyber)Crime and Counter Fraud organizations from Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland and Iceland. This event brings together crime and fraud investigators, analysts, domain and IT experts, investigative management and teamleaders in one place. At Digital Experience leading vendors present the latest trends and developments in the world of fighting crime during various sessions and at the technology market.
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Wisconsin ICAC Conference

Wisconsin ICAC Conference

Madison, WI, USA
May 13-14
This conference is a state-wide event, for ICAC Task Force members and affiliates, to expand the efforts and knowledge base of law enforcement investigators and prosecutors by providing highly specialized training focused on investigating and prosecuting technology-facilitated crimes against children.​
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Techno Security & Digital Forensics Conference – Myrtle Beach

Techno Security & Digital Forensics Conference – Myrtle Beach

Myrtle Beach, SC, USA
Jun 2-5
Techno Security & Digital Forensics Conference provides a unique education experience that blends together the digital forensics and cybersecurity industries for collaboration between government and private sectors. It has grown into one of the most important resources for corporate network security professionals, federal, state and local law enforcement digital forensic specialists, and cybersecurity industry leaders from around the world. Conference sessions cover a wide range of topics that are vendor neutral, hands on, current and relevant to industry professionals.
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CyberAttack – Hong Kong

CyberAttack – Hong Kong

235 Prince Edward Rd W, Kadoorie Hill, Hong Kong
Jun 21
Cyber attacks are more versatile than ever: Far from being limited to economic damages from hacks on private information and enterprises, the impact on foreign and security policy is massive. Lacking specialised norms and inter policies for cyber space, the ability of states and rogue actors to launch attacks, while remaining undetected and unpunished, is intensifying the risk of general conflict.
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CyberAttack – Manila

CyberAttack – Manila

Manila, Metro Manila, Philippines
Aug 29
Cyber attacks are more versatile than ever: Far from being limited to economic damages from hacks on private information and enterprises, the impact on foreign and security policy is massive. Lacking specialised norms and inter policies for cyber space, the ability of states and rogue actors to launch attacks, while remaining undetected and unpunished, is intensifying the risk of general conflict.
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ENFSI Forensic IT Working Group Meeting

ENFSI Forensic IT Working Group Meeting

Helsinki, Finland
Sep 11-13
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CyberAttack – Sydney

CyberAttack – Sydney

Sydney NSW, Australia
Sep 19
Cyber attacks are more versatile than ever: Far from being limited to economic damages from hacks on private information and enterprises, the impact on foreign and security policy is massive. Lacking specialised norms and inter policies for cyber space, the ability of states and rogue actors to launch attacks, while remaining undetected and unpunished, is intensifying the risk of general conflict.
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