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Panasonic to Take Part in Panel at IACP Technology Conference

The IACP Technology Conference is taking place in Jacksonville, FL, May 20–22. At the event on Tuesday, May 21, at 4 pm ET, Panasonic will take part in the panel discussion, "Managing Officer Safety Now and in the Future through a Strong Technology Ecosystem."

Indiana Supreme Court to Hear Case on Whether Police Can Compel Suspect to Open Smartphone

After some discussion, Webster invoked Seo's Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination.The Indiana Court of Appeals sided with Webster.

Bank Robbery Suspect Arrested After Using Rental Scooter for Getaway

Turning a rental scooter on, as regular users know, requires a rider to use an app that contains their phone number, email address and credit card information.

Apple's Double Standard

No American company should be allowed to foil the lawful work of American police in the name of privacy.

Apple Reportedly Defeats GrayKey Police Investigative Tool for iPhones

Police officer Captain John Sherwin of the Rochester Police Department in Minnesota said of the claim iOS 12 was preventing GrayKey from unlocking iPhones: “That’s a fairly accurate assessment as to what we have experienced."

Apple Says it Will Begin Training Law Enforcement in Digital Forensics

Apple said in the letter that the company is "developing an online training module for police that mirrors Apple's current in-person training."

Report: Police Increasingly Ask Tech Firms for Help in Investigations

A new report released by the Center for Strategic and International Studies found that "local, state, and federal law enforcement made more than 130,000 requests last year for digital evidence from six top technology companies."

MSAB joins CASE Initiative on Digital Forensic Standards

The CASE Initiative began in 2015 at the U.S. Department of Defense Cyber Crime Center (DC3). The standard was released as open source in 2017 and its adoption grew following a meeting at Europol’s European Cybercrime Centre. The primary motivation for CASE is interoperability—to advance the exchange of cyber-investigation information between tools and organizations.

LS1100™ LiveScan

Secure Outcomes designed the LS1100 with focus on three core values critical to law enforcement and military professionals: functionality, durability under pressure and quality.