Associate Professor of Cybersecurity Purdue University
This presentation will first provide an overview of the evidence in this famous murder case from 1996 and identify investigative issues. Then the presenter, an experienced former federal prosecutor who was not involved in the case, will describe the present and emerging high technology and digital evidence that would likely be present if the same crime happened in 2023. The presentation is intended to explore new ways to investigate and prosecute violent and sex crimes using a new functional approach to high technology and digital evidence. The presentation will discuss wearable fitness devices, smart IoT devices, smartphones, medical devices, and telematic evidence.
Describe the present and emerging digital evidence that might be available if the same crime happened in 2023, including wearable fitness devices and cell phones
Explore new ways to investigate and prosecute cases using a new functional approach to digital evidence using wearable fitness devices, IoT devices, and cell phones
Consider IoT crime scenes, original recent research about wearable devices and paired smartphones, geolocation, medicolegal issues, and other potential sources of evidence