Matrix Group Launches Interactive Infographic for International Association of Chiefs of Police and Collaborators

May 05, 2016

IACP-RAND_IOTMatrix Group, a digital agency in the Washington DC area specializing in web design, development, AMS, integration, mobile and e-marketing services, announces the launch of an interactive infographic for the Law Enforcement Cyber Center, one of the International Association of Chiefs of Police’s family of websites.

IACP-RAND_IOT_2Longtime Matrix Group partners, the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) is a membership organization that serves as the professional voice of law enforcement. It supports its membership through advocacy, programs and research, as well as training and other professional services.

The Law Enforcement Cybercenter website is a Bureau of Justice Assistance-sponsored website and collaborative effort between RAND Corporation, the Police Executive Research Forum, and the IACP. The collaborators are celebrating the launch of the new Digital Evidence and the Internet of Things, an effort to raise awareness of the how tools and toys collect and record many forms of digital information (such as voice, video, fitness, etc.) that may become digital evidence in the course of a police investigation.

Digital Evidence and the Internet of Things is an interactive infographic that examines how people are bringing more and more tech, tools, and toys into their lives that could be open doors to hackers. Law enforcement officers and the general public alike can look at everyday things they may have in their own homes - from smartphones to baby monitors - that could pose a potential risk to their families.

The infographic invites visitors to explore an illustrated house to locate the points of vulnerability in each room. A filterable list of common device types, as well as an attractively simple mobile version, make it simple for visitors to discover if one of their favorite tools could be hacked.

Look into the Digital Evidence and the Internet of Things today.