Note: The FBI will also offer a special presentation on their investigative work involving Internet Crimes Against Children.
This class will introduce the audience to Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC), case studies, some of the OSINT tools used in investigation, and what tools are being found during the analysis process. Staff within criminal justice and critical infrastructure sectors need to be aware of what information is available and identifying potential risks to our communities.
Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) has been used for collection and analysis for decades in criminal case work. OSINT is now a common and necessary aspect of Internet Crimes Against Children cases as criminals become more experienced and educated in the technology arena.
1. What is ICAC?
2. Past and Present Trends
3. OSINT for ICAC
4. Applications and Technology Advancements in Criminal Cases
5. Case Studies
SME is a crime analyst, specializing in cyber intelligence and information sharing on a state, regional and national perspective. She is a leader in the fusion center network and has received several awards for leadership and teamwork in the analytic support space.
Who Can Attend:
Open to anyone.
Target Audience are InfraGard members, US Military, Crime Analysts, Criminal Intelligence Analysts and Fusion Center partners including Federal, State, Tribal and Local Law Enforcement.