500 Embassy Row
Atlanta, GA 30328
11:30 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 14, 2013
Presentation TITLE: Law Enforcement 802.11 Exploitation & Tracking
GENERAL: This Program of Instruction (POI) has been specifically developed to fill a serious void in law enforcement and technical investigations. For the first time, it provides the technical investigator with the tools, knowledge, experience and skill-sets that he, or she will need to go-up-against sophisticated criminal groups; fugitives from justice; suspected terrorist organizations, or malicious Black hackers who are clandestinely exploiting various vulnerabilities in 802.11 (the Internet) wireless technologies, including using this wireless technology to secretly communicate with other members of a criminal, or terrorist group; to steal sensitive private, or government information and data; to secretly conceal, but still access hidden wireless computer hardware and files; penetrating and exploiting law enforcement or, other wireless devices including department Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP) networks and Wi-Fi Protected Access 2 (WPA2) systems and hand-held, or personally carried wireless devices. The students will then be taught how to electronically locate, track and monitor targeted 802.11 wireless devices being used by these hostile persons in order to neutralize their illegal activities.
TRAINING EQUIPMENT: All of the classroom instruction and 802.11 laboratory equipment will be loaned to students during the presentation.
Speaker:Vincent Costagliola, VP Law Enforcement Technology
SRT Wireless LLC Meeting Details:Admission: FREERegistration Required: Yes, to get a food headcount (come anyway even if registration is closed)Date: February 14, 2013 – 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM Location: American InterContinental University500 Embassy Row
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