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The Queen Mary

1126 Queens Highway, Long Beach, CA 90802

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FBI Special Briefing Series: Next Generation Technological Security Threats

The speed of technological innovation has resulted in expanded capabilities for adversaries and greater parity
across the board.

Join the FBI’s Science and Technology Branch (STB) as they discuss emerging technologies
and the complexities they are creating in today’s threat environment.

The speakers will highlight the importance of partnerships and what the STB is doing to counter threats associated with emerging technologies.

Topics will include:

INVESTIGATIVE GENEALOGY:
Decades-long unsolved homicide cases are being successfully resolved using the technique of investigative
genealogy. For over forty years, the Golden State Killer case remained unsolved until
investigative genealogy was used to identify the killer. Investigative genealogy is raising concerns
from bioethics and privacy perspectives because the genetic information used is voluntarily provided
by people who are interested in learning about their health or their family history, and because
people who use commercial DNA databases may not anticipate law enforcement searches
when they provide their information. Our speaker will discuss these implications and more!

BIOMETRICS/BIOMETRIC AUTHENTICATION/BIOMETRIC SPOOFING: Fingerprint, iris, and facial
recognition are prevalent secure identification technologies. But they are not foolproof. New computer
devices, access control systems, cars, and home automation kits are offering biometrics as a
way to conveniently access systems. The speaker will highlight the realities of biometric spoofing
and discuss countermeasures to help keep our homes and businesses safe.

VIDEO ANALYTICS: Advances in wireless communication technology coupled with smartphone
video capabilities have drastically increased the FBI’s video collection and analysis requirements.
The speaker will give an overview of how the FBI leverages video analytics to triage mass multimedia
collections and overcome big data challenges. The speaker will also discuss how adversaries
are using emerging technologies like deepfake videos.


This event is FREE. Parking is $18.00.

**NO MEDIA, PLEASE**

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The Queen Mary

1126 Queens Highway, Long Beach, CA 90802

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Organizer InfraGard Los Angeles Members Alliance

Organizer of FBI Special Briefing Series: Next Generation Technological Security Threats

InfraGard is a partnership of individuals representing businesses, academic institutions, state and local law enforcement agencies, and communities who are dedicated to collaborating and sharing information to prevent hostile acts against the United States.

Today, there are 45,000+ members in over 80 local chapters represented nationally by the InfraGard National Members Alliance. These members work with the FBI to help protect the nation’s critical infrastructure from computer intrusions, physical security breaches, and other attacks. Each FBI field office works with at least one chapter to discuss threats and share experiences and best practices.

Visit our website at www.infragardlosangeles.org to learn more and apply for membership today.

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