Become a Google Jedi: Building a Better Boolean String
Justin Fitzsimmons, Lauren Wagner
*LAW ENFORCEMENT, ANALYSTS, & PROSECUTORS ONLY* Google is everyone's go-to search engine, but most people aren't utilizing it fully. Google has built-in tools to search particular websites, exact phrases, and within URLs. This lab will teach attendees how to use Google to filter search results to relevant and usable information. Attendees will complete hands-on exercises using Google Boolean and advanced Operators.

Darknet Fundamentals 
Justin Fitzsimmons, Timothy Lott, John Trenary, Lauren Wagner
*LAW ENFORCEMENT, ANALYSTS, & PROSECUTORS ONLY* As the debate over digital privacy rages in the media and the courts, many who utilize technology have found ways to obscure their online activity. This lab will introduce attendees to the terminology employed in anonymized browsing, show how to access the TOR network, and give a firmer understanding of the challenges of investigating crimes on the Darknet.

#howdoisearchthat: Instagram Investigations
Justin Fitzsimmons, Lauren Wagner
*LAW ENFORCEMENT, ANALYSTS, & PROSECUTORS ONLY* Attendees will be shown three ways to search Instagram: using the Instagram search engine on the web, searching Instagram through Google advanced and Boolean operators, and through third-party resources that can be used without having an Instagram account. Instagram searching for profiles, keywords, hashtags, and geographical information will all be covered.

Leveraging Technology to Find Sex Trafficking Victims Faster with Spotlight
Kristin McGunnigle, Joseph Scaramucci
Over the last five years, Spotlight has helped investigators identify victims of sex trafficking around the U.S. and Canada, while adapting to the ever-changing online sexual marketplace. Attendees will level up on their Spotlight knowledge and experience how Spotlight helps identify the most vulnerable victims while reducing investigation time by up to 67%.

Locating Trafficking Victims Through Online Operations
Joseph Scaramucci
*LAW ENFORCEMENT ONLY* This lab will instruct both new and seasoned trafficking investigators on how to conduct sting operations using minimal man-power and resources while maintaining officer and victim safety. Attendees will participate in the location and identification of possible trafficking victims and identify methods used to locate them.

Mobile Device Data: Tips & Tricks
John Trenary, George Vasiliou
*LAW ENFORCEMENT, ANALYSTS, & PROSECUTORS ONLY* Everyone carries one, but what data lives on the phone in your pocket? This lab will walk through various highlights of data recovery both locally and remotely. Data examples include frequent locations from iPhone and Amazon Alexa recordings. Also discussed will be tips and tricks for making mobile device forensics more successful.

Router Artifacts: The Call is Coming from Inside the House
Timothy Lott, John Trenary
*LAW ENFORCEMENT, ANALYSTS, & PROSECUTORS ONLY* In this lab, attendees will interpret router logs to identify devices that have been connected to a WiFi access point. A person's phone also keeps track of all of the previously connected WiFi networks. The lab will also demonstrate how to take the WiFi access points seen databases from Android and iPhones.

See What's Happening: Twitter Investigations
Justin Fitzsimmons, Lauren Wagner
*LAW ENFORCEMENT, ANALYSTS, & PROSECUTORS ONLY* This lab will demonstrate Twitter searching to allow searching for Twitter profiles, tweet keywords and hashtags, and even searching for tweets from a particular latitude and longitude. These Twitter searching techniques will include both standard and hidden Boolean operators, ensuring that attendees have access to the best possible evidence.

Tech Tools for the Investigator’s Toolbox
Justin Fitzsimmons, Timothy Lott, Lauren Wagner
*LAW ENFORCEMENT, ANALYSTS, & PROSECUTORS ONLY* This lab will introduce the must-have software and methodologies that can be used by investigators to manipulate and save digital evidence. Topics will include Firefox native tools and add-ons, such as Video Downloadhelper. Other software that will be introduced includes: Jing (screenshot software), VLC (playing movies), Irfanview (viewing images), and Audacity (audio editing).

Triage Tools: Rapid Response, Pt. 1 & 2
Timothy Lott, John Trenary
*LAW ENFORCEMENT, ANALYSTS, & PROSECUTORS ONLY* This hands-on lab will address the collection of potential evidence from running devices at the scene of a search warrant or a probation/parole/consent search. Topics will include ram dumping, using a bit locker key grabber, logical volume imaging, and tips on photographing evidence/information displayed on a mobile device.

Understanding Geolocation Applications: What It Means for Investigations & Prosecutions
Justin Fitzsimmons, Lauren Wagner
*LAW ENFORCEMENT, ANALYSTS, & PROSECUTORS ONLY* Billions of apps are downloaded from the Google Play and Apple Stores on a weekly basis. This lab will explain how the apps work to provide location data. Various terminology, including geolocation, geo-tagging, and check-ins, will be explained. Using this type of data to help provide evidence and corroboration in investigations will be highlighted.

Using Google Earth to Plot Geolocation Points & Create Maps/Visuals 
Timothy Lott, John Trenary
*LAW ENFORCEMENT, ANALYSTS, & PROSECUTORS ONLY* Geolocation information is increasingly present in modern investigations. Google Earth is a free tool which can be leveraged to support law enforcement investigations, and create effective visuals investigators, prosecutors, and juries can relate to. This lab will introduce attendees to Google Earth and the tools to plot geolocation information and create effective visuals.

VINELink Computer Lab
Karen Adams, Jared Beek
This lab will be a hands-on demonstration for attendees to search for offender custody status and court case information; register for real-time, automated custody status and court case notifications; and learn how to access VINE’s “Guide Me” tool, a new interactive feature in VINE connecting victims to state and national service providers using intuitive questions.

Writing Legal Process for Digital Investigations
Justin Fitzsimmons, Timothy Lott
*LAW ENFORCEMENT, ANALYSTS, & PROSECUTORS ONLY* This lab will show attendees how to work through various hypotheticals and develop an understanding of how to draft search warrants requesting content from service providers. The role of terms of service and the pressing need of establishing a nexus between the data sought and the investigation of a particular crime will also be covered.