This training is intended for U.S. Criminal Justice
Practitioners. Please register using your agency-issued email.
Registrations will close 24 hours before webinar start time.
Unfortunately, major criminal or terrorist incidents rock heavily populated
areas far too frequently. Witnesses at the scene have captured images
and videos with their mobile devices, sometimes without realizing it, that can help law
enforcement and intelligence agencies gather vital evidence in the first few
critical hours after an incident.
But today, the process of collecting
and triaging evidence is still analog, and when racing against the clock, the
delay creates unnecessary barriers to containing an incident. Frontline
investigators need to send the material to the lab and wait till they have
processed it, and some victims and witnesses don’t want to surrender their
mobile phones and have to be without them, all at the cost to critical time.
However, to improve response time, collect critical evidence, and triage
evidence for enhanced investigation, there are new best practices that can be
employed to improve your incident response using digital forensics.
MSAB for a walkthrough and discussion of best practices that frontline officers
can use to improve their incident response using digital forensic solutions,
from ways to crowdsource evidence collection at the scene of an incident, to how
to triage data using watchlists and tags, and how to forward critical evidence
to other analysts and investigators in the investigation
Mike Dickinson, Chief Business Development
Jansen Cohoon, President, MSAB, Inc. Raven Product
This webinar is sponsored by MSAB. NW3C is providing the
webinar so that attendees can have more information with which to evaluate how
this capability might add value to them and the organizations they serve. NW3C
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third party without opt-in consent given during registration.
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.