“What is ‘The Internet of Things’ and Why Do I Care?”
Law Enforcement and Legal Professionals
Length: 2 Days
Developed for investigators, analysts, forensic examiners and legal professionals charged with litigating criminal cases. Its purpose is to demonstrate the ability to extract relevant digital evidence from the newest digital devices embedded with electronics, software, sensors, actuators, and network connectivity which enable these objects to collect and exchange data and interoperate within the existing internet infrastructure. Examples of these objects include human heart pacemakers, automobile computers and bluetooth devices, drones and controlling devices, home cameras and monitors, wearable personal physiological data recording devices, rapid DNA scanners, GPS devices, etcetera. This two day class features one day with an expert forensic practitioner that has testified as an expert in court and another full day with an attorney that is also in the cutting edge of digital forensic issues in court.