Training Delivery - Webinar

Data Validation of Digital Forensic Evidence

Is information from mobile extractions, Cloud Source and Google Timeline a solid piece of evidence? In this webinar, we will see how to make your digital evidence become a strong basis for courtroom testimony when validated with phone records, cell coverage, and other sources. Prove your data and set a solid foundation for justice.

Presented by:
Nicola Chermello, CEO and Co-Founder of SecurCube

NW3C does not share webinar attendees personally identifiable information with any third party without opt-in consent given during registration.

The content, views, and opinions expressed in this presentation are those of the individual presenters and do not represent official policy, position, opinions, or views of NW3C.

AirTags and Tracking Technology: Investigative and Legal Perspectives

This webinar will examine the investigative and legal considerations related to tracking technology, and the impact of ultra-wideband location networks such as Apple AirTags and other similar emerging technologies. We will use case analysis to illustrate key questions and considerations for both investigators and prosecutors given the increasing criminal use of this technology and proactive use during investigations.

Presented by:
Justin Fitzsimmons, Associate Vice President, NW3C
Jim Emerson, Vice President, NW3C

How Do I Get My Fraud Investigated?

This webinar will examine the evolving complexity of investigation of fraud, money laundering, and terrorist financing by a team of UK detectives fighting financial crime both within the UK and globally for over 30 years. The webinar will use notable cases to study investigative approaches, placement, integration with other enforcement, investigative techniques, and critical "toolkit". These UK pioneers of advance fee fraud (aka 419 scams) investigations who worked with U.S. counterparts will use historical lessons and bring the audience up to date on these crimes as they relate to money laundering, the roles of informal banking, and exploitation of not-for-profits, and use of virtual currency. This webinar will also examine lessons related to gaps in legislation, the health of financial intelligence in vulnerable nation states, and offer discussion and debate regarding successful global investigative strategies for U.S. investigators.

Metaverse, Web3, and Blockchain - Security Observations

The Metaverse, while still a concept at the moment, will become a reality in the not-too-distant future. It consists of the opportunities created by combining the advances and affordances of augmented reality such as AR and VR and virtual (gaming) worlds with the decentralized nature and composability of Web3, crypto assets, DeFi, and the underlying blockchain technology. Cybercriminals see this market as a hot spot as they can make quick profits here and this webinar will explore some of the opportunities and risks.

Presented by:
Anna Collard, SVP of Content Strategy and Evangelist for KnowBe4Africa

NW3C does not share webinar attendees personally identifiable information with any third party without opt-in consent given during registration.

The content, views, and opinions expressed in this presentation are those of the individual presenters and do not represent official policy, position, opinions, or views of NW3C.

Searching for the Digital Evidence in Your Physical Crime Scene: Part 2

Early identification and recovery of digital evidence are critical for an investigation, and the amount and types of technical evidence have grown exponentially. This webinar will discuss digital "footprints" that can help you during your investigations, regardless of your technical background. We will discuss victim-based, suspect-based, and location-based ways of finding evidence to include innovative ways of seeing a crime scene through different technologies. Remember, even though your suspects device did not "connect" to anything, it likely did leave a trail on the victims device, nearby routers, or may have been collected by tech companies. This webinar is designed for investigators, prosecutors, crime analysts, or those who generally investigate crimes. No high-tech background is needed! Though it is recommended, you do not need to attend part 1 to attend part 2.

NDCAC Resources for Law Enforcement in the Digital Age

The NDCAC is a national center established under the Department of Justice designed to help facilitate technical knowledge management, and to foster the sharing of solutions and know how among law enforcement agencies. Their mission is to strengthen law enforcements relationships with the communications industry, leverage and share the collective technical knowledge and resources of the law enforcement community, and address challenges posed to law enforcement by advanced communications services and technologies. This one-hour webinar will introduce you to the many resources available through the NDCAC to include technical solutions, training, tools, and analytics.

Searching for the Digital Evidence in Your Physical Crime Scene: Part 1

Early identification and recovery of digital evidence are critical for an investigation, and the amount and types of technical evidence have grown exponentially. This webinar will discuss digital "footprints" that can help you during your investigations, regardless of your technical background. We will discuss victim-based, suspect-based, and location-based ways of finding evidence to include innovative ways of seeing a crime scene through different technologies. Remember, even though your suspects device did not "connect" to anything, it likely did leave a trail on the victims device, nearby routers, or may have been collected by tech companies. This webinar is designed for investigators, prosecutors, crime analysts, or those who generally investigate crimes. No high-tech background is needed! Though it is recommended, you do not need to attend part 1 to attend part 2.

The Importance of Social Support and Interpersonal Relationships in Officers' Mental Health

Join Erin Craw as she explains the benefits of social support in mitigating the adverse effects of stress on officers' health and wellbeing. Dr. Craw will also discuss ways to support officers on and off the job. This webinar will also include recommendations and guidance for having difficult conversations with family members.

Did I Do That? An Introduction to Mobile Device Artifact Research and Testing

Have you ever wondered how the forensic tools you use, know what they do? Have you ever wondered what an artifact means and why the 0 indicates a call was missed? Join NW3C High-Tech Crime Specialist Chris Atha as he introduces how to find these answers. Chris will break down the basics of setting up a mobile test device and performing basic differential testing using an iOS device. These steps will be performed using various free and open source tools, which students can use to follow along.

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