Today it is hard to imagine a serious crime that does not involve some element of digital evidence or which has not been committed with the assistance of a computer or the internet. This intensive one-day input has been designed to give prosecutors and managers the essential knowledge around the technology and terminology. Using an evolving case-study, delegates will explore the opportunities and limitations of how data is stored by defendants and obtained by investigators, how communication works across a network and across the internet and how this might contribute to attribution, intent or bad character. There will be consideration of the challenges around encryption, virtual private networks and a delve into the world of the dark web. Delivered in an engaging and entertaining style, this is a content-packed day with plenty of opportunity for discussion.
Computers and the home network
The Internet, VPNs and the Dark Web
The Cloud, Social Media and Email
Who should take this course?
Case workers and paralegals
Serious Crime Managers and Supervisors
Local and National Government Lawyers
Course Delivery - 1 Day - 0900-1600
5 September - York
10 September - Central London
20 September - Cardiff
Further dates to be announced
Price: £275 per person, including lunch and refreshments
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07517 276 394