With the advance of technology, crimes with digital elements are more sophisticated than ever and have posed a big challenge to law enforcement agencies including anti-corruption authorities. Nowadays, most evidences are electronically stored. Not only do graft fighters need to know where to locate the information that could be of potential evidentiary value, they should also have the necessary knowledge, skills and awareness of how to retrieve, analyze and preserve the data hidden in electronic devices in a timely and competent manner in order to crack their cases.
This online training programme is organised by IAACA with the joint efforts by the Independent Corruption Against Corruption of Hong Kong, China, the Central Vigilance Commission of India, the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission of Malaysia and the Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau of Singapore. Seasoned speakers with profound knowledge in various dimensions of digital forensics will share their experience and expertise with fellow anti-corruption practitioners.
Who should attend?
Investigators or officers in ACAs who need to apply forensic sciences to their work
Programme (in Hong Kong Time UTC +8)