New England Chapter quaterly meeting 2022Q2

Thursday, June 9, 2022 (9:00 AM - 1:00 PM) (EDT)


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Deborah Blair

Christopher Dinkelmeyer

  • HTCIA - NE member since 2006
  • NH State Police Forensic Lab, Digital Evidence Unit, Concord, NH (2006-2020)
  • Criminalist II, Technical Manager, Senior Digital Forensic Examiner
  • IACIS member since 2006-present
  • CFCE (Certified Computer Forensic Computer Examiner), Certified Mobile Device, Examiner, and Certified Berla iVe Vehicle Forensics (CVSE).
  • Currently working for Magnet Forensics as a Magnet Digital Investigation Suite (MDIS) Solutions Consultant since June 2021.
  • Prior to the exciting work at Magnet, moved to Florida from NH and became the Director of Digital Forensics for Bloomberg Consulting, an Accident Reconstruction Company (2020-2022).

Next Level Digital Forensics - Using Magnet Digital Investigation Suite (MDIS) to Manage, Streamline, and Distribute lab resources and casework for your evidence and team.

The Magnet Digital Investigation Suite (MDIS) is comprised of Magnet Atlas, Magnet Automate, and Magnet Review. Magnet Atlas is a management tool to track case, evidence, and agency details. Automate allows you to schedule and kickoff procedures and workflows for Magnet tools as well as other forensic tools. Once a process finishes another will begin without having to wait to manually start the next step. This utilizes your lab resources, streamlines cases, and reduces backlogs. Magnet Review allows the ability to distribute cases to key Users at different locations either using a secure cloud network or on-premise.


Brian Hendricks

  • U.S. Food and Drug Administration Special Agent since 2009
  • Assigned to FDA Cybercrime Investigations Unit
  • Boston Resident Office
  • U.S. Postal Inspector from 2003 - 2009
  • IRS Special Agent from 2000 - 2003
  • Vermont State Trooper from 1997 - 2000

U.S. Food and Drug Administration - Office of Criminal Investigations

FDA’s Office of Criminal Investigations Cybercrime Investigations Unit is responsible for conducting criminal investigations of FDA regulated products which are being illegally distributed through various online sources (websites, social media, chat groups, etc.). This presentation will cover agency background and mission, focus of the Cybercrime Investigations Unit, and case examples.


Ryan Nolette

New England Chapter President

Chapter Business

It is that time of year again for chapter updates!

Please come with questions, comments, suggestions, and interests for the chapter. I will be taking notes and want to hear from our members.


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