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Internet of Things (IoT) Investigations

Early (3 Months Left) $420.00 ENDS DECEMBER 14
Regular $450.00 ENDS FEBRUARY 14
Late $475.00 ENDS MARCH 14

Host: Dearborn Police Department
Location: Dearborn Police Department 16099 Michigan Ave. Dearborn, MI 48126
Dates: March 14, 2019 - March 15, 2019
Times: 8:00am - 4:00pm
Fee: $420.00


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The Internet of Things (IoT) will quickly become one of the primary tools of law enforcement.

Course Overview

In 2018, the number of "Things" connected to the Internet surpassed the world's population and the deployment continues to
accelerate.  This course will raise awareness of the Internet of Things and how it relates to Law Enforcement and criminal investigations.  Participants will learn about IoT architecture and how to classify, and investigations crimes involving the IoT. 

We will also discuss the challenges faced by Law Enforcement as we try to keep pace with the development and deployment of tomorrow's technology and how to use the IoT as a force multiplier in our own agencies. 

Agenda
Day One

  1. What is the Internet of Things? 

  2. IoT Architecture 

  3. Classification of IoT devices 

  4. IoT Platforms 

  5. Classification of IoT crime 


Day Two

  1. Responding to crimes involving IoT 

  2. The Digital Crime Scene 

  3. Forensic Considerations 

  4. The challenges of IoT investigations 

  5. Leveraging IoT for Law Enforcement