Membership of HTCC brings with a highly valuable facility
A very vibrant Listserv
The HTCC High Tech Crime Investigator Listserv offers professionals an opportunity to share information with peers via an automated email based mailing list. Access is restricted to HTCC members only, each vetted prior to acceptance.
Over 1400 members from 40 countries are currently subscribed, creating a vast network of subject matter experts who generously offer assistance, advice, technical support, and commentary on legal and procedural issues, as well as tips on investigative techniques.
Members can also learn about training opportunities, funding resources, policy and operational development, academic programs, newly enacted statutes, case law, and international law; new forensic and investigative software, hardware and tools; and the impact of emerging technologies.
A keyword searchable archive is available so that members can easily and quickly find specific subject matter information.
From operating systems to hacker intrusions, software piracy to exploitation of children, subject matter experts are just an email message away.
Anual dues are $25 USD (or foreign equivalent). Payment may be made by check/cheque or by credit card.
To Join: please go to MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION where you can complete an online form to get the ball rolling.
Membership is $25 and ann invoice will be issued on receipt of your application
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The High Tech Crime Consortium is a 501(c) (3) nonprofit organization founded in 1998 registered in the USA
It is a professional organization that assists law enforcement and corporate investigators to obtain the knowledge and skills needed to combat 21st Century crime where the use or abuse of digital technology is an element of an offense.
Members of HTCC comprise an international cadre of professionals experienced in detection and investigation of digital crime and forensic examination of digital evidence, practitioners of international, federal, and state criminal law, digital forensic software development or information management and security.
Prior to acceptance for membership, an applicant’s employment status is authenticated and additional checks are performed when necessary.