Webinar: Digital Forensics in Child Exploitation Cases
The purpose of this webinar is to educate legal professionals on how digital evidence can play a critical role in child pornography cases. This class will cover common forensic artifacts found on computers, cell phones, and other electronic devices commonly seen in child pornography cases.
Participants will learn about how law enforcement agencies perform online investigations for child pornography and child solicitation. The underlying technology and the evidence created by it will be covered, with particular interest paid to peer to peer file sharing. Case examples will illustrate the complexity of child exploitation cases, including issues related to user attribution, file distribution, and forensic artifacts related to the viewing and downloading of contraband. Participants will learn how to challenge this evidence by working through actual case examples.
Start time is 1:00 p.m. Eastern Standard Time (10:00 a.m Pacific Standard Time).
Larry E. Daniel, Senior Principal Consultant, Digital Forensics
This webinar may be eligible for CLE credit, where authorized. Applications are pending in all states that grant CLE credits for Training Division webinars.