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Pôr um país inteiro sob “escuta”, com intercepção de todas as comunicações desse país, já é possível. Bem-vindos ao admirável mundo novo das tecnologias, agora apresentadas na ISS World Europe – 2012, que esta semana decorreu em Praga. Portanto, quem disponha dos meios (uma entidade estrangeira, por exemplo) pode, à vontade, interceptar tudo o que Portugal comunique. Quem está há muito habituado a estar sob escuta, não se incomoda muito… Mas há, pelo menos, um lado muito sensível: a informação das empresas… Outro tema em destaque na edição de este ano foi o Social Network Monitoring and Investigations”

ISS World Europe- Conference Agenda at a Glance

5-7 June 2012

Pre-Conference Training Seminars

Tuesday, 5 June 2012

  • Pre-Conference Sessions Descirption At The End of Agenda Posting
  • Certificate of Iss Technology Training Available Upon Request

Seminar #1
8:30-16:30

Online Social Media and Internet Investigations

Presented by Charles Cohen, Cohen Training and Consulting, LLC
Charles Cohen also holds the position of Commander, Special Investigations and Criminal Intelligence, Indiana State Police, USA

08:30-09:30 What Investigators & Analysts Need to Know about Online Social Media.
09:45-10:45 OSINT and Criminal Investigations
11:00-12:00 Successful Use of Online Social Media in Criminal Investigations
13:00-14:00 Counterintelligence & Liabilities Involving Online Social Media
14:15-15:15 Facebook: Tools, Tricks, & Techniques Investigators Need to Know
15:30-16:30 What Investigators Need to Know about Hiding on the Internet

Seminar #2
8:30-16:30

Introduction to Audio, Video and GPS Surveillance: Equipment, Tactics and Management

Presented by James Deater, President, T3TECHSYSTEMS, Joseph Messinese Jr., Training Manager, T3TECHSYSTEMS. James Deater and Joseph Messinese Jr. are also officers with the Maryland State Police, USA.

08:30-09:30 Camera Systems
09:45-10:45 GPS Tracking
11:00-12:00 Wireless Technology Considerations
13:00-14:00 Wiretap Technologies, Audio Collection
14:15-15:15 Body Wires and Audio Bugging Devices
15:30-16:30 Management of Intelligence and Other Surveillance Options

(The T3TECHSYSTEMS Seminar is for law enforcement and other government attendees only)

Seminar #3
9:45-12:00

Smartphone Application Challenges Encountered and Opportunities Presented to Law Enforcement

Presented by: Michael Williamson, Detective Sergeant, Special Operations Division, Scottish Police College, UK

Seminar #4
8:30-16:30

Understanding ISS Technologies and Products Deployed in Telecommunications Networks for Law Enforcement and Intelligence Analysis

Presented by: Dr. Jerry Lucas, President, TeleStrategies

08:30-10:45 Understanding Wireline Telecom Infrastructure, Interception and Related ISS Products
11:00-14:00 Understanding Mobile Wireless Infrastructure, Interception and Related ISS Products
14:15-16:30 Understanding the Internet, Interception and Related ISS Products

Seminar #5
8:30-16:30

Advanced IP Intercept Training

Presented by: Hendrik Schulze, President & CTO, ipoque and Jens Geier, Product Manager, ipoque

08:30-10:45 Understanding TCP/IP for Packet Sniffing and Traffic Analysis
11:00-14:00 Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) Basics for LEA’s, Intelligence Analysts and Telecom Operators
14:15-16:30 Basics of IP Application Decoding

Seminar #6
13:00-16:30

ETSI/TC LI Standardisation on Lawful Interception and Data Retention Handling

13:00-13:40
ETSI/TC LI Overview
Peter van der Arend, ETSI/TC LI Committee Chairman, ETSI

13:40-14:00
E-Warrant Interface
Tony Rutkowski, Yaana Technologies

14:15-14:45 Session A
Details of Lawful Interception in IP Networks and Services Included the Delivery Interface via IP
Mark Lastdrager, Pine Digital Security

14:15-15:15 Session B
Data Retention in Austria
Herbert Paulis, Siemens representative in ETSI TC LI

14:45-15:15 Session A
Dynamic Triggering
Alex Leadbeater, BT Group

15:30-16:00
Details on the eWarrant Interface for Lawful Interception and Data Retention
Tony Rutkowski, Yaana Technologies

16:00-16:30
ETSI TC LI standards in reality
Rudolf Winschuh, Utimaco

16:30-17:00
ETSI/TL LI Guru Roundtable
Q&A Session with ETSI Panelists
Peter van der Arend, ETSI/TC LI Committee Chairman, ETSI
Mark Lastdrager, Pine Digital Security
Alex Leadbeater, BT Group
Tony Rutkowski, Yaana Technologies
Rudolf Winschuh, Utimaco

Pre-Conference Sessions Description At The End of Agenda PostinG


Wednesday, 6 June 2012

Welcoming Remarks

8:15-8:30

Tatiana Lucas, ISS World Program Director, TeleStrategies
8:30-9:00 Top Ten Internet Challenges Facing Law Enforcement and the Intelligence Community and Who at ISS World Europe has Solutions
Moderator: Dr. Jerry Lucas, President, TeleStrategies

ISS World Europe Exhibit Hours:

Wednesday, 6 June 2012: 10:00 – 17:00

Thursday, 7 June 2012: 9:30 – 12:30


Track 1: ISS for Lawful Interception and Criminal Investigations

This track is for Telecom Operators and Law Enforcement/Intelligence/Defense Analysts who are responsible for specifying or developing lawful intercept network infrastructure.

Wednesday, 6 June 2012

13:30-14:00 Performance Management (PM) and Lawful Interception
Bjorn de Jong, International Business Development Representative, Net Optics
14:00-14:30 Scaling Surveillance to 40 Gbps and Beyond
Daniel Joseph Barry, VP Marketing, Napatech
15:00-15:30 FoCC: Filtering of Communication Content
Rudolf Winschuh, Partner Sales Manager, Utimaco LIMS

15:30-16:00

Massive Interception – Telecoms and IP: Parameterisation

of Very High Capacity Communication Links with a View

to Interception
Product Manager, VASTech

16:15-16:45 How Network Reporting Can Help Avoid Pitfalls in LI Installations
Jens Geier, Product Management, ipoque

16:45-17:15

New Generation of Cost Effective IP LI & DR solution
Pet Kastovsky, INVEA-TECH

Thursday, 7 June 2012

8:30-9:00 New Generation of Speaker Identification Technology
Radim Kudla, Phonexia

9:00-9:30

Trojan Horses or Man in the Middle Approach As an answer to

more and more encryption.Technical and “political” Comparison.

Paul Hoffman, Datakom

10:30-11:00 Session A SSL & the End of LI As We Know It: Making the Most of What’s Left
Bert Hubert, Cyber Security Architect, NetScout Systems

10:30-11:00 Session B

LTE – a challenge for LI
Leopold Murhammer, Product Manager, Siemens

11:00-11:30 Session A Latest Lawful Interception Technologies for Service Provider Compliance
Vladimir Trostyanetski, Product Manager, Communications & Cyber Intelligence

Solutions, Verint Systems

11:00-11:30 Session B A Modular Approach to Strategic IP Interceptions
Frederico Ciceri, RCS S.p.A
12:00-12:30 LI: a Countrywide Solution
Giuseppe Leto, Sales Manager, IPS

Track 2: ISS for Social Network Monitoring and Investigations

This track is for Law Enforcement, Intelligence and Public Safety Authorities who are responsible for cyber investigations, monitoring, analysis and creating actionable intelligence from today’s social networks including Facebook and Twitter.  Note some of these sessions denoted by “LEA and Intel Only” are only open to Law Enforcement, Public Safety and the Government Intelligence Community.

Wednesday, 6 June 2012

9:30-10:00 Session A Social Networks: the Https Challenges
Ugo Santillo, Sales Manager, IPS
9:00-10:00 Session B Forensics of Web 2.0 Applications and Social Networks
ATIS systems Presenter to be Announced
(LEA and Government Attendees Only)
11:00-11:30 Session A Making Sense of the Web
Lilach Shenker, Product Manager, NICE
11:30-12:00 Session A Intelligence Monitoring & Analysis of Social Networks – An Introduction
Product Manager, trovicor
11:00-12:00 Session B Social Media (Web 2.0) and Possible Ways to Extract Intelligence Out of That Cloud
Dirk Schrader, VP Sales Europe, SS8
(LEA and Government Attendees Only)
13:30-14:30 Social Networks Monitoring and Analysis
NICE Presenter to be Announced
(LEA and Government Attendees Only)
15:00-16:00 A Web Master Key™ for Social Networks Monitoring, Interception and Analysis
Ugo Santillo, Sales Manager, IPS
(LEA and Government Attendees Only)
16:15-17:15 Social Network Monitoring and Analysis – how to gain new insights
Product Manager, trovicor
(LEA and Government Attendees Only)

Track 3: ISS for Mobile Location, Surveillance and Intercept

This track is for Law Enforcement, Interior Security and the Intelligence Community Authorities who must work with cellular and mobile satellite operators regarding mobile location, surveillance and intercept as well as analysis of mass geo-location data.

Wednesday, 6 June 2012

9:00-9:30

Active, Passive and Hybrid GSM & 3G Monitoring Sytems.

Practical Solutions and Overcoming
NeoSoft Speaker to be Announced

9:30-10:00

Combining Mobile Location Monitoring and Behavior Analysis to

Improve LEA Decision Support
Mikael Nyström, CEO, Mobilaris AB

13:30-14:00 Tactical GSM & 3G off-the-air Interception and Location Tracking
Septier Presenter to be Announced
14:00-14:30 Umbrella for Services & Networks to Ensure Comprehensive Analysis
Dirk Börgerding, Pre-Sales Manager, Utimaco LIMS

15:00-15:30

Monitoring Pedophiles’ Communications Activity
Guy Molho, Marketing & BD Manager, NICE

15:30-16:00 State-of-the-art Electronic Monitoring Technologies for the Law Enforcement

Agencies: RF Presence Monitoring, Remote Alcohol Monitoring, GPS Tracking

and Domestic Violence solutions
3M Electronic Monitoring, Presenter to be Announced

Thursday, 7 June 2012

9:00-9:30 Handheld Tools for Cell Phone Direction Finding and Location
Scott N. Schober, President & CEO, Berkeley Varitronics Systems

10:30-11:00

Practical solutions for cellular Tracking and localization. Vehicle

based solutions.
NeoSoft Speaker to be Announced

11:00-11:30

Revolutionizing Mobile Forensics
Cellebrite Speaker to be Announced


Track 4: DPI for Lawful Interception and Cyber Security

This track is for telecom operators, law enforcement, intelligence analysts or just about anyone who has to understand Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) technologies, product availability, applications and other issues facing telecom operators who deploy DPI infrastructure

Wednesday, 6 June 2012

9:00-9:30 Building a Flexible DPI Platform
Paul Stevens, Telecom Sector Marketing Director, Advantech
11:00-11:30 An Introduction into Mobile Networks (3G/4G) and How to Validate DPI Systems Within These Environments
Dennis Cox, CTO, BreakingPoint
11:30-12:00 Leveraging DPI to Identify Advanced Cyber Threats
Haim Melamed, Director of Marketing, Communications & Cyber Intelligence Solutions, Verint Systems
13:30-14:00 IPv6, Identities & DPI
Hendrik Schulze, President & CTO, ipoque
14:00-14:30 Passive or Active Monitoring
Cristian D’Incertopadre, Sales Manager, IPS
15:00-15:30 Enhancing IP DR & LI solution with DPI
Petr Springl, INVEA-TECH

15:30-16:00

Understanding the Technical Limitations of DPI Engines
Dennis Cox, CTO, BreakingPoint

Thursday, 7 June 2012

8:30-9:00

Leveraging COMINT in the World of Cyber Intelligence Security
NICE Presenter to be Announced

 


Track 5: ISS for Intelligence Gathering and Analysis

This track is for Intelligence Analysts and Law Enforcement agents who have to “connect the dots” between people, places and other entities by searching through massive amounts of data from various sources using visual analytics, semantic technologies, data mining, OSINT and other intelligence gathering tools and techniques.

Wednesday, 6 June 2012

9:00-9:30

Gathering Intelligence in Preparation for High Profile Events:

Super Bowl 2012 Case Study
Charles Cohen, Cohen Training and Consulting, LLC

9:30-10:00 Session A Arabic media influence cycle: case study How the Egyptian media covered the Muslim

Brotherhood before, during & after the revolution
Mohamed Elawa, OSINT Senior Technical Director, AGT Advanced German Technology

9:30-10:00 Session B

Cyberwar … A foretaste of a future that will be plagued by an

escalating world of data breaches
Solutions Sales Manager, trovicor

11:00-11:30 Session A Multimedia Mass IP Interception – Capturing & Processing
Innovation Manager, trovicor

11:00-11:30 Session B

“Track Pulse” a Multilingual Social Media Monitoring Solutions
Karanvir Singh, Kommlabs

11:30-12:00 Session A Codename: Da Vinci. Attack, Control and Gather Intelligence from Personal Devices
David Vincenzetti, Partner, Hacking Team

11:30-12:00 Session B

VoiceGrid Nation – country-wide voice database management and

voice identification system
Speech Technology Center, Presenter to be Announced

13:30-14:00 Mass Data Intelligence Systems for Lawful Interception
Guy Alon, Marketing Director, ELTA Systems

14:00-14:30

Doing it your way – a customer driven approach to investigation

and intelligence solution design
Aaron (Ronnie) Eilat, Director Intelligence and Investigation Product Line,

Elbit Systems Land-C4I

15:00-15:30 Lawful Interception in Virtual Environments
Bjorn de Jong, International Business Development Representative, Net Optics
15:30-16:00 Speech Intelligence Platform – How to Mine Data from Speech Records
Petr Schwarz, Phonexia

16:15-16:45

Better safe than sorry – an complete security approach to

Intelligence and Investigation solutions
Assi Barak, Senior Director System and Software Engineering,

Elbit Systems Land-C4I

Thursday, 7 June 2012

8:30-9:00 Encryption Anywhere and Ever. Now What? An Analysis of Possible Workarounds
AREA Speaker to be Announced

9:00-9:30

Public Security Solutions to Help Governments Deliver the Security

that Citizens Require
Brett Beranek, Solutions Marketing Manager, Nuance

10:30-11:00

Massive Interception – IP: Truly Massive Passive Interception in

Broadband Environments
Product Specialist, VASTech

11:00-11:30 How Nuance Voice Biometrics and Natural Speech Understanding Can Add Value to

Intelligence Support Systems
Angelo Ferraris, Nuance

12:00-12:30 Session A

The Polymorphic Spree – Polymorphism & stealth of Computer

Surveillance Systems
Rami Amar, Elbit Systems Land-C4I

12:00-12:30 Session B Communication Surveillance in the Fight Against Child Exploitation – Re-balancing the

Ethical Debate
AREA Speaker to be Announced

12:30-13:00

Network Critical Infrastructure Suite
Pasquale De Rinaldis, Sales Manager, IPS


Track 6: Encrypted Traffic Monitoring and IT Intrusion Product Training

This track is only open to Law Enforcement, Public Safety and Government Intelligence Community Attendees

Wednesday, 6 June 2012

9:00-10:00 FinFisher – Actively Monitoring Networks, Computer and Mobile Phones
MJM, Gamma Group
11:00-12:00 VUPEN Sophisticated Exploits for IT intrusion and Offensive Security
Chaouki Bekrar, CEO & Director of Vulnerability Research, VUPEN Security
13:30-14:30 Governmental IT Intrusion: Applied Hacking Techniques used by Government Agencies
MJM, Gamma Group
15:00-16:00 Codename: Da Vinci: the new way to intercept Social Networks and the Cloud
Marco Valleri, Head of R&D, Daniele Milan, Operations Manager, and Alberto Ornaghi,

Senior Software Developer, Hacking Team

Thursday, 7 June 2012

9:00-9:30 Active IT Intrusion, Deployment, Blocking and Shaping within Backbones – Powered by

FinFisher     
TF, Gamma Group

10:30-11:30 Codename: Da Vinci. An in-depth, live demonstration of infection vectors and

attack techniques.
Marco Valleri, Head of R&D, Daniele Milan, Operations Manager, and Alberto Ornaghi, 

Senior Software Developer, Hacking Team

12:00-13:00

Tactical IP Intercept for HTTPS Monitoring & Remote Intrusion
Jitendra Verma, Manager, Business Development, ClearTrail Technologies


Track 7: LEA, Intelligence and Defense Analyst Training and Product Demonstration Track

This training is only open to Law Enforcement, Public Safety and Government Intelligence Community Attendees.

Wednesday, 6 June 2012

9:00-10:00 Forensics of Web 2.0 Applications and Social Networks
ATIS systems Presenter to be Announced
11:00-12:00, Session A Social Media (Web 2.0) and Possible Ways to Extract Intelligence Out of That Cloud
Dirk Schrader, VP Sales Europe, SS8 and Alex Bacik, Sales Engineer, SS8
11:00-12:00, Session B Replay NetAnalyst by NetScout
NetScout Systems
Speaker to be Announced
11:00-12:00, Session C Applying Artificial Intelligence in Mass Monitoring of IP data
Manohar Katoch, AVP-Business Development, ClearTrail Technologies
13:30-14:30, Session A Social Networks Monitoring and Analysis
Fiorella Serra, Marcom Manager, NICE
13:30-14:30, Session B Intelligence Analysis – Turning Mass IP Data into Intelligence
Product Manager, trovicor

13:30-14:30, Session C

Live Demo: Your Social Networks & Blogs Intelligence Suite!
Marina Maurer, Marketing, Ytrail
Tony Andris, Projects, Ytrail

15:00-16:00, Session A A Web Master Key™ for Social Networks Monitoring, Interception and Analysis
Ugo Santillo, Sales Manager, IPS
15:00-16:00, Session B Nationwide Monitoring Centers in the IP & Mobile Applications Era
Jack Zeitune, Product Manager, Communications & Cyber Intelligence Solutions,

Verint Systems

15:00-16:00, Session C The Wide Side of COMINT – Strategic Interception of Microwave Links
Amir Shlomo, System Specialist, ELTA
16:15-17:15, Session A Social Network Monitoring and Analysis – how to gain new insights
Product Manager, trovicor
16:15-17:15, Session B IVS : the RCS Monitoring Center for IP Interceptions            
Mario Dolza,  RCS S.p.A.
16:15-17:15, Session C Flexible IP Communication Surveillance Solutions – Adapting to Your Investigative

Needs and Objectives
AREA Speakers to be Announced

16:15-16:45, Session D High Accuracy – Cost Effective Location Intelligence Technologies
Amir Erez, Product Manager, Communications & Cyber Intelligence Solutions,

Verint Systems

16:45-17:15, Session D Generating Intelligence from end-to-end Mass and Satellite Interception Solutions
Jack Zeitune, Product Manager, Communications & Cyber Intelligence Solutions,

Verint Systems

Thursday, 7 June 2012

8:30-9:30, Session A Open Source Web Intelligence Concepts and Methodologies
Amit Bohensky, VP, Open Source Web Intelligence, Communications &

Cyber Intelligence, Verint Systems

8:30-9:30, Session B Application & User Data Interception Demo
Jens Geier, Product Manager, ipoque
8:30-9:30, Session C Unique 2G/3G IMSI catching solution for mobile operations (pedestrian, vehicle,

aircraft) and fixed installations (prisons)
Morten Hansen, EXFO NetHawk

10:30-11:30, Session A

NiceTrack Target 360 – A new world COMINT System
Nir Yanovsky, Product Manager, NICE

10:30-11:30, Session B How to Test the Performance and Accuracy of Broadband and Mobile 3G/LTE Lawful

Interception Systems Monitoring Email, Webmail, Instant Messenger and Social

Network Applications
Gregory Fresnais, BreakingPoint Systems, International Director of Business

Development, BreakingPoint

10:30-11:30, Session C Social Network Monitoring and Analysis – How to gain new insights
Product Manager, trovicor
12:00-13:00 Session A Intelligence Analysis – Turning Mass IP Data into Intelligence           
Product Manager, trovicor

12:00-13:00 Session B

IMSI/IMEI Catcher. InPoint SMS system – Mass Emergency

Notification. Tactical experience, challenges and solutions.          
NeoSoft AG Speaker to be Announced

12:00-13:00 Session C

VoiceGrid RT – Real-time system for audio stream monitoring           
Speech Technology Center, Presenter to be Announced

13:15-14:15 Session A

Pinpoint your Targets – Accurate Mobile Location Tracking
Lilach Shenker, Product Manager, NICE

13:15-15:15 Session B

Smartphone Application Challenges Encountered and

Opportunities Presented to Law Enforcement          
Michael Williamson, Detective Sergeant, Special Operations Division,

Scottish Police College, UK


Pre-Conference Training Seminars

Tuesday, 5 June 2012

Seminar #1
8:30-16:30

Online Social Media and Internet Investigations

Presented by Charles Cohen, Cohen Training and Consulting, LLC
Charles Cohen also holds the position of Commander, Special Investigations and Criminal Intelligence, Indiana State Police, USA

8:30-9:30: Session 1 of 6
What Investigators & Analysts Need to Know about Online Social Media.
This session is for criminal investigators and intelligence analysts who need to understand the impact of online social networking on how criminals communicate, train, interact with victims, and facilitate their criminality.

9:45-10:45: Session 2 of 6
OSINT and Criminal Investigations
Now that the Internet is dominated by Online Social Media, OSINT is a critical component of criminal investigations. This session will demonstrate, through case studies, how OSINT can and should be integrated into traditional criminal investigations.

11:00-12:00: Session 3 of 6
Successful Use of Online Social Media in Criminal Investigations
This session is for investigators who need to understand social network communities along with the tools, tricks, and techniques to prevent, track, and solve crimes.

13:00-14:00: Session 4 of 6
Counterintelligence & Liabilities Involving Online Social Media
Current and future undercover officers must now face a world in which facial recognition and Internet caching make it possible to locate an online image posted years or decades before. There are risks posed for undercover associated with online social media and online social networking Investigations. This session presents guidelines for dealing with these risks.

14:15-15:15: Session 5 of 6
Facebook: Tools, Tricks, & Techniques Investigators Need to Know
While there are over 300 social networking sites on the Internet, Facebook is by far the most populous, with over 800 million profiles. It has roughly the same population as the US and UK combined, making it the third largest country by population. There are over 250 million images and 170 million status updates loaded on Facebook every day. This session will cover topics including Facebook security and account settings, Facebook data retention and interaction with law enforcement, and common fraud schemes involving Facebook.

15:30-16:30: Session 6 of 6
What Investigators Need to Know about Hiding on the Internet
Criminal investigators and analysts need to understand how people conceal their identity on the Internet. Technology may be neutral, but the ability to hide ones identity and location on the Internet can be both a challenge and an opportunity. Various methods of hiding ones identity and location while engaged in activates on the Internet, provides an opportunity for investigators to engage in covert online research while also providing a means for criminals to engage in surreptitious communication in furtherance of nefarious activities. As technologies, such as digital device fingerprinting, emerge as ways to attribute identity this becomes a topic about which every investigator and analyst may become familiar.

Seminar #2
8:30-16:30

Introduction to Audio, Video and GPS Surveillance: Equipment, Tactics and Management

Presented by James Deater, President, T3TECHSYSTEMS, Joseph Messinese Jr., Training Manager, T3TECHSYSTEMS. James Deater and Joseph Messinese Jr. are also officers with the Maryland State Police, USA.

This one day course will be an introduction to Audio, Video and GPS Surveillance: Equipment, Tactics and Management. Audio Interception investigations and Electronic Surveillance is comprised of highly advanced investigative techniques/tools used by law enforcement and intelligence agencies throughout the United States and abroad. These extremely valuable tools are often not used due to misconceptions and lack of understanding. This one-day course will demonstrate the basics for law enforcement/intelligence agencies to overcome the fears of utilizing Electronic Surveillance Equipment such as audio interception equipment, pole cameras, ground base camera systems, covert video, thermal cameras, GPS tracking devices, new body wire technology, audio bugging devices and much more to further investigations and intelligence gathering like never before.

08:30-09:30
Camera Systems
Introduction to Miniature Video Surveillance, Covert Video Operational Consideration, Working with IP Video Systems and Transmission Across Internet, Covert Enclosures, Simple Image Only vs. Full Motion Video Systems, Thermal Imaging and Infrared Cameras (FLIR), Pole Mount Cameras and Power Considerations and Motion Sensing Cameras

09:45-10:45
GPS Tracking
Introduction to GPS Tracking Technologies, GPS Tracking and Device Placement, Integration with Cellular Operator Infrastructure and Operations, GPS Unit Cost Considerations, GPS Geofensing and Geolocation and Monitoring Consideration

11:00-12:00
Wireless Technology Considerations
Introduction to Wireless Technologies and Surveillance Considerations, Intelligence Gathering Consideration, Covert Operation and the use of Two Way Radios, Cellular Listening Devices/Audio Bugging Devices: Size and Control and Off Air Monitoring Systems

13:00-14:00
Wiretap Technologies, Audio Collection
Introduction to Wiretap Technologies, Audio Collection devices, PEN Registers, Case Management, Recording Media considerations and Audio/Video evidence procedures and considerations

14:15-15:15
Body Wires and Audio Bugging Devices
Introduction to Audio/Video Transmitter Considerations – Including New Body Worn Cameras, Covert Operation Consideration, Short vs. Long Range Consideration – Choosing the Correct Technology, Cell Phone Body Wire Considerations – New Technology and Special Accessories for Covert Operations

15:30-16:30
Management of Intelligence and Other Surveillance Options
Introduction to Portable Surveillance Systems – Quick Deployment Units, Drug and Explosive Detection, Intelligence Gathering and Crowd Control, Real Time Arial Surveillance Operations, Building and Parking Lot Monitoring and Secure In-Vehicle Storage Systems and Sensor Systems for Remote Monitoring

( The T3TECHSYSTEMS Seminar is for law enforcement and other government attendees only)

Seminar #3
9:45-12:00

Smartphone Application Challenges Encountered and Opportunities Presented to Law Enforcement

Presented by: Michael Williamson, Detective Sergeant, Special Operations Division, Scottish Police College, UK

A users overview of smartphone applications, what they can do, implications, challenges and opportunities for law enforcement in obtaining results and co-ordinating our response to the overwhelming new apps appearing daily.

Seminar #4
8:30-16:30

Understanding ISS Technologies and Products Deployed in Telecommunications Networks for Law Enforcement and Intelligence Analysis

Presented by: Dr. Jerry Lucas, President, TeleStrategies

This one day pre-conference seminar covers the spectrum of ISS Technologies and Products deployed in today’s fixed wire, mobile wireless and Internet Service Provider networks. This all day seminar is ideal for those law enforcement, public safety and intelligence analysts who need an understanding of the ISS technologies to be discussed in the conference sessions and the ISS products displayed at the exhibit hall as well as an understanding of the buzz words and jargon used by telecom operator engineers.

08:30-10:45
Understanding Wireline Telecom Infrastructure, Interception and Related ISS Products
What do LEAs need to know about the public switched telecommunications networks, circuit switching, fiber optics, SS7,SDH, DSL,billing systems and call detail records, standards for lawful intercept, basic LI elements (access, delivery and collection function), call information, call content data collection, and where are ISS products deployed for monitoring and intercept.

11:00-14:00
Understanding Mobile Wireless Infrastructure, Interception and Related ISS Products
Infrastructure basics (GSM, GPRS, EDGE, UMTS, HSPA and LTE), Wi-Fi, WiMax and Femtocells, How a cellular call is processed, back office infrastructure, HLR, VLR, Backhaul and PSTN interconnection, data services, SMS, MMS, IM, data services, fixedmobile convergence and IMS and where are ISS products deployed for monitoring and intercept.

14:15-16:30
Understanding the Internet, Interception and Related ISS Products
What Investigators Have To Know about IP call Identifying Information, Radius, DHCP, DNS, etc. and Tracking an Internet Address to a Source, Investigations Involving E-Mail, Facebook, Twitter, Skype, Instant Messaging, Chat Rooms and Message Boards, IMS, P2P Networks and Deep Packet Inspection and what can be done to address Internet intercept deploying ISS infrastructure and where are ISS products deployed for monitoring and intercept.

Seminar #5
8:30-16:30

Advanced IP Intercept Training

Presented by: Hendrik Schulze, President & CTO, ipoque and Jens Geier, Product Manager, ipoque

08:30-10:45
Understanding TCP/IP for Packet Sniffing and Traffic Analysis
A brief introduction into network technology and the basics of TCP/IP needed for interception and the impact on proper network analysis. Based on this, the workshop reflects the technical options for LEA’s to investigate in networks.

11:00-14:00
Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) Basics for LEA’s, Intelligence Analysts and Telecom Operators
An overview on deep packet inspection technology (DPI) and its basic operations down to the application level. Skype is used as example to show the implications of complex network behavior on DPI.

14:15-16:30
Basics of IP Application Decoding
From Packets to Structured Data
The workshop is a high-level introduction on building decoder software starting from requirements on an example of software architecture. After an overview of all parts of the introduction the building blocks are elaborated.

Seminar #6
13:00-16:30

ETSI/TC LI Standardisation on Lawful Interception and Data Retention Handling

Presented by: Peter van der Arend, ETSI/TC LI Committee Chairman, ETSI

13:00-13:40
ETSI/TC LI Overview
Peter van der Arend, ETSI/TC LI Committee Chairman, ETSI

13:40-14:00
E-Warrant Interface
Tony Rutkowski, Yaana Technologies

14:15-14:45 Session A
Details of Lawful Interception in IP Networks and Services Included the Delivery Interface via IP
Mark Lastdrager, Pine Digital Security

14:15-15:15 Session B
Data Retention in Austria
Gerhard Seiser, Siemens

14:45-15:15 Session A
Dynamic Triggering
Alex Leadbeater, BT Group

15:30-16:00
Details on the eWarrant Interface for Lawful Interception and Data Retention
Tony Rutkowski, Yaana Technologies

16:00-16:30
ETSI TC LI standards in reality
Rudolf Winschuh, Utimaco

16:30-17:00
ETSI/TL LI Guru Roundtable
Q&A Session with ETSI Panelists
Peter van der Arend, ETSI/TC LI Committee Chairman, ETSI
Mark Lastdrager, Pine Digital Security
Alex Leadbeater, BT Group
Tony Rutkowski, Yaana Technologies
Rudolf Winschuh, Utimaco

 

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