IoT Forensics: Where the Internet of Things and Digital Evidence Intersect
Gartner predicts that by 2020 there will be more than 20 billion connected "things," not including smartphones, in the world. That's 20 billion things collecting data, 20 billion potential "technological witnesses.” How does this impact forensics, discovery and investigations? Where is the data stored and how can it be obtained? How do you determine what's relevant and help attorneys, investigators or operational personnel to see where the data fits into the larger context of their efforts? In this presentation we will discuss data that can be recovered from the Internet of Things and how this data has been used in investigations and court cases.
About our Guest (Live and In-Person from New York):
Jessica Hyde has experience performing computer and mobile device forensics in both the commercial and government sectors. Jessica holds an MS in Computer Forensics from George Mason University. She is currently the Director of Forensics for Magnet Forensics (USA) and an Adjunct Professor at George Mason University where she teaches Mobile Device Forensics. Prior to her current role, she was a Senior Mobile Exploitation Analyst and team lead for Basis Technology, was part of the Cyber Crime Investigations team at EY, and worked as a Senior Electrical Engineer for American Systems where she specialized in the analysis of damaged mobile devices. She is currently working on a book on Digital Forensics for the Internet of Things anticipated for release in early 2019. Jessica is also a veteran of the United States Marine Corps.
Many thanks to our gracious location sponsor WilmerHale and food sponsor Blackstone Discovery! Please RSVP by Friday, November 9.
Looking forward to seeing you there!
Julie Lewis, WiE Silicon Valley Chapter Director
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