We live in a world where almost anything can be connected to the internet. From cars, to appliances, to home monitoring, to toys and personal health gear - there is a growing field of things with connectivity, and potentially these things hold valuable information. Where are the actual forensics opportunities for IoT? What rabbit holes do we need to avoid? How much will we need to look to cloud and other data storage solutions if we want to really find and evaluate the key data? Join Jessica Hyde to discuss how apps and devices like Pebble, Nest, OnStar, Amazon Echo and more are going to impact forensics. Learn which paths make sense to follow from an artifact perspective and what data might actually be relevant.