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The Technology Explosion and the Future of Investigations

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Technology is exploding at an exponential rate and is already creating challenges for investigators of all types, from human resources to law enforcement. Cloud computing and the pervasive use of mobile devices have made it harder for investigators to identify and preserve digital evidence. New encrypted phone apps and virtual private networks have made it easier for people to hide and to cover their tracks.

We also need to think about how technology can produce new types of crime that have never been seen before. Join Walt Manning, President of Investigations MD and the Techno-Crime Institute as well as a speaker and trainer, as he discusses strategies for preparing for the future of investigations.

Webinar attendees will learn:

  • How technology is already changing the rules for investigators
  • Avenues new technologies will open up for fraud and other misconduct
  • Examples of technology-enabled crimes of the future
  • What investigators should be thinking about today to prepare for the investigation strategies of tomorrow

Webinar Presenter

Walter Manning
Walter Manning

Mr. Manning has more than 35 years of experience in both law enforcement and private consulting, focused on the fields of investigations, digital forensics and e-discovery. Mr. Manning retired with the rank of lieutenant after a 20-year career with the Dallas Police Department. He is a Certified Fraud Examiner and ACFE faculty member. Mr. Manning holds a B.A. degree from the University of Dallas, and has received the Master Police Officer Certification from the Texas Commission for Law Enforcement Standards and Education.

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