Wi-fi in Investigations - exclusive new one day workshop!

• Transform  and focus your digital strategy by capitalising on the data capture you can glean from public and private Wi-Fi networks. Wi-Fi data covers many technology disciplines and can assist in proving or disproving  suspect and witness location and association

• Understand current opportunities around the evidential potential of Wi-Fi-data – an evolving and expanding  source of intelligence for the investigator

• Workshop is aimed at all investigators - you don’t need a high level of technical expertise to benefit from the content. Senior Investigators will find this workshop essential to helping them understand ways of enhancing the digital strategy  and current tactics associated with Wi-Fi technology

• Nationally recognised expert Stephen Grills of First Forensics   will provide latest knowledge  and investigative opportunities

• Steve is a leading electronics engineer who has a wealth of experience in the telecoms industry is an expert witness for prosecution and defence. He is also currently delivering training at the College of Policing as part of the Home Office CCD programme.

• Book your place now by emailing dale@the-investigator.co.uk

Wi-Fi Data – an untapped source of digital intelligence!
The Investigator is hosting this one day workshop that explores the evidential potential and investigative opportunities around Wi-Fi data.

Our expert Stephen Grills will provide a practical one day session explaining the investigative opportunities you can glean from private Wi-Fi routers in the home as well as public Wi-Fi networks.

Wi-Fi data is particularly useful to assist in proving  both location of suspects and witnesses as well as providing another layer of association and links between individuals.

It can enable investigators to establish a highly accurate timeline of events leading up to and in the aftermath of a major crime being committed.

Wi-Fi data can often be more precise than cell-site data as it concentrates on a much smaller targeted area that other data can be overlaid upon. Stephen will show you how to glean valuable Wi-Fi data also from call billing records, its relevance and how to interpret it as evidence.

He will explain the significance of MAC addresses – which are unique identifiers for mobile devices and the relevance and association this has with digital evidence

The workshop will also highlight the potential dangers for investigators to contaminate the ‘digital scene’ by inadvertently connecting to Wi-Fi routers in networks with their own mobile devices.  This will help in developing a risk management strategy when considering a digital scene, which has to be considered in most cases.

HOW TO BOOK
Venue: Rothley Court Hotel, Westfield Lane, Rothley, Leicestershire, LE7 7LG

Accommodation is available at the hotel for a discounted price, please call us on 0844660 8707 for full details on pricing and adding a room to your purchase order.

Details: Registration 8.45am, start time 9.30am, finish 3pm. Refreshments and lunch are included in the price

Cost: £249 per delegate or two for £455

Booking: Please send the delegates name(s), email address and purchase order to info@the-investigator.co.uk or telephone 0844 660 8707 for further information. Payment can also be made by debit/credit card (fees apply).

 

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