Computer Technology Investigators Network
2013 is the first year CTIN of annual dues of $25.
If you are unsure if your membership status is current and if you will be allowed to attend membership only (free) training, simply log into www.ctin.org and RSVP for the training you wish to attend. If you cannot RSVP, or you cannot log into the site, you are not a member.
Possibly, we may have made a mistake in your records. If this is the case, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will check.
Unfortunately, you can only register as a member prior to a training session (conference not included). If you can RSVP, you are a member. If you cannot RSVP through the CTIN website, you must either apply as a new member or ask that we check your status if you believe you have paid already. You will not be allowed in training without RSVP'ing.
About the Computer Technology Investigators Network (CTIN)
CTIN has been providing high tech crime fighting training since 1996 in the areas of high-tech security, investigation, and prosecution of high-tech crimes for both private and public sector security and investigative personnel and prosecutors. CTIN sponsors training from experts world-wide for the benefit of private organizations and law enforcement agencies.
Activities and Meetings
Quarterly meetings with instruction, presentations, and open discussion on various aspects of high tech crime, investigative strategies, and hardware/software tools. CTIN also invites speakers and application develops from around the world for advanced training programs.
CTIN provides quarterly training sessions on various high tech investigative topics.
CTIN includes members of federal, state, and local law enforcement, as well as from private investigations, corporate security, educational institutions, and the computer science community from around the world. Membership is required to be approved for the listserv.
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