Digital footprints v. digital exhaust. This presentation will explain both concepts and demonstrate how various aspects of both provide critical corroborative evidence in child exploitation cases. In addition, this session will focus on the types of confirmatory information stored in cyberspace that victims, suspects, and witnesses create through the daily use of common types of technology. Participants will learn where and how to look for such kinds of data, including common questions to include during prospective interviews.
Learn the definitions of digital footprints and exhaust and understand the role each plays in developing digital corroboration
Learn the identity of valuable sources of digital evidence in cyberspace
Gain an understanding of different methods to access digital corroboration in cyberspace, including questions for potential interviews