Digital Forensics and IoT
Name of Presenter: Steve Wilson
Company: The Eciss Group
By 2025, it is estimated that there will be at least 75 billion connected devices in what is being called the “Internet of Things” (IoT). With the continued advances in technology, eventually anything that can be connected will be connected. In addition to your phone, watch, computer, and television, the Internet now connects practically everything that has electronics and sensors: household appliances, heating and air conditioning systems, cars, airplanes, ships, industrial robots, public utilities, home security systems, children’s toys and medical devices. In this presentation we are going to discuss the digital forensics and investigation process and some of the potential challenges and opportunities that these IoT connected devices represent.
Explain how conference attendees will benefit from the presentation:
1) Current and emerging trends in IoT.
2) Best practices for IoT investigations.
3) Potential IoT forensics challenges and opportunities.
4) The future and “internet of everything” (IoE)
Standard audio / video equipment and a standard display table with power bar for the VPER Portable Digital Forensics Lab.
BIO & PHOTO
Taking technology transformations to new heights. Steve currently works in the information and communication technology ecosystem providing strategic solutions to his clients. Steve sees patterns were others see noise, whether it’s fraud investigations, cyber/digital forensics, big data analytics challenges, risk management or strategic innovation leadership. Combined with a number of professional and academic certifications; Steve epitomizes industry best practices within the field of information and communication technology, providing strategic insights for successful outcomes. Some
of his past clients come from a variety of industries including financial services, law enforcement, oil and gas, retail, legal services, government, transportation, education and non-profit.