Computer and Enterprise Investigations Conference (CEIC) 2013


“It’s where security experts meet up with their fellow experts from around the world to network and learn the very latest investigative techniques.”

“It’s where legal counsel learns how to collaborate with information security professionals prior to litigation.”

“It’s where everyone from beginning digital investigators to the best of the best learn different and better methods that take their professional capabilities to a whole new level.”

Guidance Software, Inc. is proud to host CEIC 2013, one of the largest international gatherings of legal, corporate, law enforcement and government attendees in the world, with a focus on the latest developments in digital investigations from May 19 to 22, 2013. A high percentage of our CEIC attendees return year after year for a high-quality educational program and valuable networking opportunities that aren’t available anywhere else.

Why attend CEIC 2013? Because you can:
– Create a personalized agenda in your skill level by selecting from 110+ sessions across 11 focused tracks
– Learn practical applications in hands-on lab sessions by following along on computers
– Acquire the latest tips and tricks in sessions led by the world’s foremost experts in Computer Forensics, E-Discovery, Cybersecurity, Enterprise Investigations and Information Security
– Earn CLE and/or CPE credits
– Cultivate your network with peers and industry experts at our social events
– Preview the latest technology and services from leading providers in the Exhibit Hall
– Fulfill your entire EnCE®/EnCEP® recertification requirement
– Gain certifications: EnCE® and EnCEP® exams included with your registration fee (0-0 value)

CEIC 2013 will be held at the beautiful Rosen Shingle Creek in Orlando, Florida. This award-winning, full-service convention hotel offers spacious guest rooms, an abundance of conference space, and a location that’s convenient to all of the attractions in Central Florida.

Who Should Attend
Digital Forensic Examiners
Cybersecurity Professionals
E-Discovery Practitioners
E-Discovery Lawyers
Incident Responders
IT Security Personnel
Litigation Support Professionals
Risk Managers
Incident Responders