Many digital evidence sources include location data that can be helpful in an investigation. This webinar will teach you how to gather and analyze location data from phones, cars, cameras, drones, Wi-Fi spots, and open sources as well as simple ways to correlate this data with other evidence.
You'll learn how to:
- Collect geolocation information from different data sources
- Use geofencing to detect sensitive site violations
- Find connections across all the data
- Present your findings in an easy-to-understand report
Sales Director, Truxton Forensics
Dave Ryberg is the Truxton Sales Director for Probity Inc. His responsibilities include the marketing, sales, and training of Truxton Forensic Software. Before joining Probity in June of 2016, he was President and CEO of GPS Outfitters, a company that specialized in custom GPS solutions for defense contractors, national fleets, and the sporting goods markets. An expert in GPS, antenna, and tracking systems, Mr. Ryberg holds a Master’s Certificate in Integrated Marketing Communications form West Virginia University, a BS in Journalism from the University of Maryland, and Teacher’s Certificate in Marketing and Business Administration.
Chief of Forensics, Probity Inc.
Mr. Samuel Blackburn has over 30 years of experience in the Intelligence Community. Six years in the USAF, 13 years at National Security Agency and the remainder at Central Intelligence Agency. He began his career in radio communications analysis and jamming, then transitioned to software development. He has expertise in real-time equipment control, counterintelligence, satellite communications, quick reaction capability (QRC) development, support to military operations and large scale (petabytes) digital forensics in the government and commercial markets. Mr. Blackburn was a founding/chief developer of the current GOTS forensics platform, and the Chief developer of Truxton, an automated/scalable COTS forensics platform.