Workshop for experienced law enforcement investigators
Tuesday, October 9, 2007, 9:00AM – 5:30PM
Tysons Corner Marriott
Sponsored by Verint Systems and TeleStrategies
Yuval Altman, Product Manager, Analytics and Communication Solutions, Verint Systems
Arkady Linshitz, Director of Business Development, Verint Systems
Dr. Jerry Lucas, President, Telestrategies
Dr. Matthew Lucas, Vice President, Telestrategies
Todd McDermott, VP North America STAR-GATE Solutions, Verint Systems
Dana Sugarman, Marketing & Methodology Manager, Verint Systems
Packet data interception presents enriched investigation opportunities to law enforcement agents yet at the same time poses a myriad of challenges on technological, methodological and legal levels. The "good old days" of phone tapping alone are long gone and today's packet data world is far more complicated. This one day workshop is designed for investigators who are interested in gaining a better understanding of the solutions available in packet data interception, in understanding emerging legislation in this field in the US and abroad, and hearing of examples of solutions being implemented around the world. The workshop brings together experts in all of these areas.
Who Should Attend?
9:00 - 9:30AM Registration and Continental Breakfast
9:30 - 10:00AM Overview of Lawful Interception of Packet Data Communications Presented by Verint and TeleStrategies
10:00 - 11:00AM Introduction to Packet Data Services for investigators - What are and what are not packet data services, VOIP vs. PSTN, digital cellular vs. push-to-talk, Broadband (DSL; Cable Modems & Wi-Fi) vs. private line (T-1); New Packet Data developments (3G, WiMax, IMS and Fixed/Wireline Convergence) and different telecom service provider networking approaches (Telco, Cable, Vonage, Skype, etc.)
Presented by Dr. Jerry Lucas, President, Telestrategies
11:15 - 12:15PM Introduction to Packet Data Reporting for Investigators - What do Telecom Service Providers report to Law Enforcement today regarding Packet Data services, What's different from Plain Old Telephone Service, e.g. Phone number vs. IP address, IP address assignment, port numbers, media content type (e.g. Audio, Video, etc.) , attributes of content (e.g. encoding). Also addressed are additional packet data reporting mandates requested by the DOJ (additional packet activity reporting, time stamping of intercepted packet events and secure/reliable delivery of data packet intercepts) and why this is important in future investigations with packet data information.
Presented by Dr. Matthew Lucas, Vice President, Telestrategies
12:15 - 1:30PM Hosted Lunch
1:30 - 2:15PM Overview of Legislation Status in the US - overview of the current state of packet data interception legislation in the United States
Presented by Verint Systems
2:15 - 3:30PM Major Challenges in Packet Data Interception - Major challenges in the interception of packet data manifest themselves not only in the technology behind the scenes but also on the operational side, both during the investigation and in court.
3:45 - 4:30PM Packet
Data Collection: Methodology and Evidence -
The advantages and challenges in the interception of packet data
manifest themselves not only in the technology behind the scenes but
also on the operational side, both during the investigation and in court.
4:30 - 5:00PM Minimization and Warrant Justification
Presented by Arkady Linshite, Verint Systems
Presented by Verint Systems and TeleStrategies
5:30 - 6:30PM Cocktail Reception
Early Bird Registration, before September 25, 2007 - $195
Your registration fee must be paid prior to the workshop. All major credit cards, checks and purchase orders accepted. Register by credit card on-line at www.telestrategies.com or contact Telestrategies at 703-734-7050.
The workshop will be held at the Tysons Corner Marriott Hotel, McLean, VA.
To reserve a room contact the Tysons Corner Marriott at 703-734-3200.
Workshop by Invitation Only
To attend this workshop you must be a Law Enforcement Agent or Government Employee. If you have any questions, e-mail Dana Sugarman, firstname.lastname@example.org