“Identity Theft Online,” the fourth webinar in Vere Software’s free series, will be presented on Thursday, December 17 at 11 a.m. Pacific Time. During the 60-minute course, Detective Kipp Loving of the Tracy (California) Police Department and the Sacramento Valley Hi-Tech Crimes Task Force will present on trends in identity theft, case management and presentation to prosecutors, and investigative resources…
The Internet’s reach means that more often than not, an investigator’s case will cross outside the bounds of his or her jurisdiction, and involve many layers, from information compromise to abuse of information. “Investigators need to know how and where to share information, and to package their cases in ways that are easy for prosecutors to work with,” said Loving.
Todd Shipley, president and CEO of Vere Software, said, “Identity theft continues to be one of the main crimes committed on and via the Internet. This webinar will take the investigator through all the most important elements they need to start building strong cases against identity thieves.”
The course contains information from Loving’s 8-hour class on identity theft, which he teaches as a California Peace Officer Standards & Training (POST) instructor.
ABOUT KIPP LOVING:
A detective with the Tracy (California) Police Department, Kipp Loving has over 26 years in law enforcement. He has been assigned for the last 9 years to the Sacramento Valley Hi-Tech Crimes Task Force, where he has specialized in computer forensics, satellite signal theft, cellular phone forensics, and identity theft. He has worked and assisted in a number of high-profile cases involving technology.
Det. Loving authored an ID theft booklet, which is in its fourth printing with over 45,000 copies to date. He has also taught numerous classes on ID theft and related subjects as a POST instructor with the Robert Presley Institute of Criminal Investigation (ICI) at San Jose State University.
ABOUT VERE SOFTWARE:
Incorporated in February 2007, Vere Software, Inc. designs, develops, programs, and markets software and hardware built upon concepts related to online evidence collection and preservation. Offered to both public and private markets domestically and internationally, Vere Software’s WebCase and related products meet the standard for criminal legal defensibility by logging, date and time stamping collected Internet evidence, then authenticating it via one of a number of accepted hash algorithms.