What is the cost of admission? We ask that you bring at least one friend with you (Or, that you at least try and get a friend to attend with you 🙂 Please bring a friend or two to see this month’s presentation by Detective Chris McNulty, Seattle Police Department, United States Secret Service (USSS) Electronic Crimes Task Force
Detective Chris McNulty is a 21 year veteran of the Seattle Police Department and has been assigned as a full-time Task Force Officer with the Seattle Electronic Crimes Task Force since 2013.
Detective McNulty holds the following certifications: Network+, Security+, CEH, Cellebrite CCLO and CCPA, AccessData Certified Examiner.
Detective McNulty is currently a graduate student at City University Seattle studying Information Security. In addition to this, Detective McNulty is an All Source Intelligence Warrant Officer with the Army National Guard and has a current TS/SCI clearance.
Detective McNulty will present an overview of the Electronic Crimes Task Force (ECTF) model and the current implementation in Seattle. Along with discussing lessons learned from real world cases, the discussion is aimed at providing security professionals with a clear idea of what resources law enforcement can provide, law enforcement’s role specific to incident response, and the session will include an interactive dialogue between industry and law enforcement.
Join us for the after meeting soirée with food and drinks at the Islander Restaurant. Plan on bringing a friend!!! This is a great opportunity to fellowship with your peers, introduce your friend and to meet new people: Address 2441 76th Ave SE, Mercer Island, WA 98040
Chapter Meeting Time and Location:
Date and Time:
Thursday, August 18, 2016 6:30 pm
Meeting Time: 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Community Center at Mercer Island
8236 SE 24th Street Mercer Island, WA 98040
Thanks to our Chapter Sponsors:
Teleion Consulting – http://teleionconsulting.com
Raytheon Cyber Products – http://www.raytheoncyber.com/