Internet of Things
LAS VEGAS, October 31, 2023 (Newswire.com) - The National White Collar Crime Center (NW3C) and National Criminal Justice Training Center of Fox Valley Technical College (NCJTC) are pleased to announce their partnership in hosting the National Internet of Things (IoT) Investigative Conference, taking place from January 16-18, 2024, in Las Vegas, Nevada. This groundbreaking event will bring together law enforcement professionals, industry leaders, and experts to explore the growing impact of IoT technology on criminal investigations and community safety.
With the rapid growth of IoT technology, it is essential for law enforcement and investigative professionals to stay informed and well-equipped to utilize this valuable resource effectively. The National IoT Investigative Conference promises to be an essential gathering for professionals seeking to navigate the complex landscape of IoT in criminal investigations. Key event highlights include:
- Cutting-Edge Technology Demos: Attendees will have the opportunity to explore the latest IoT devices and technologies, gaining a better understanding of their potential in investigations.
- Expert Speaker Sessions: Renowned industry experts and law enforcement professionals will deliver engaging presentations on IoT investigative methods, case studies, and best practices.
- Hands-On Workshops: Interactive workshops will provide attendees with practical skills and knowledge needed to collect and analyze IoT data in real-world scenarios.
- Networking Opportunities: The conference will facilitate connections between attendees, fostering collaboration and information sharing among professionals in the field.
- Legal and Ethical Considerations: Specialized sessions will address the legal and ethical aspects of using IoT data in investigations, ensuring that all practices are within the boundaries of the law.
"IoT technology is revolutionizing the way we investigate and solve crimes," said Glen Gainer, President and CEO of NW3C. "Our partnership with NCJTC enables us to offer a unique platform for law enforcement professionals to learn, exchange ideas, and stay updated on the latest developments in IoT investigative techniques."
“Our partnership leverages NW3C’s 40-year history of supporting law enforcement investigators' technology-based investigations and our ongoing collaboration to provide cutting-edge training in emerging areas of need,” said Brad Russ the Executive Director for NCJTC. NW3C and NCJTC are excited to welcome hundreds of law enforcement professionals, industry experts, and technology enthusiasts to this groundbreaking conference, where they can explore the opportunities and challenges presented by the ever-expanding IoT landscape.
For more information about the National Internet of Things Investigative Conference, including registration details and the conference agenda, please visit ncjtc.org/IoT.Contact Information:
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