VTO has been hard at work, and we are ready to begin sharing about an exciting project for which we have been collaborating with Oklahoma State University and the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA).
Internet of Things (IoT) devices are items that connect to the internet but do not typically use a screen to interact with the user. These devices present new challenges to digital forensic science as few digital forensic tools are available to investigate these devices. A collaboration between Oklahoma State University’s School of Forensic Sciences, Center for Fire & Explosives, Forensic Investigations, Training & Research (CENFEX) program and VTO Labs seeks to inform and train the digital evidence community regarding IoT devices.
The resources from this Department of Justice grant will be available to U.S. law enforcement, public safety officers and prosecutors.
All U.S. law enforcement, public safety officers and prosecutors interested in attending the webinar should register here.
If you are interested in learning more about our joint IoT research but do not fall into the categories of U.S. law enforcement, public safety officer, or prosecutor, please reach out to us.