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VALUABLE training classes.  International topics.  Relevant material.  And, the ability to ask the presenter questions, LIVE!  Not just a PowerPoint or video to watch.  Get the information from the source.  We invite you to register below.   New topics and speakers will be added regularly.  Must be an IABTI member to attend.  If not currently an IABTI member, we encourage you to apply two weeks prior to the requested webinar to enable appropriate security screening.

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Wed, Jan 27

 12:00 – 13:00 EST

Debrief:  Aurora Shooter’s Booby Trap

Firsthand account of the device that the shooter rigged in his apartment.

Wed, Feb 3

 12:00 – 13:00 EST

Case Study: Damascus Syria sticky IED attacks

Presented by Michael Cardash

During February 2020, seven IED attacks took place in Damascus Syria, incorporating sticky IEDs attached to vehicles belonging to the Syrian security forces. The investigation discovered that the perpetrators initiated 14 attempts during the period utilizing mercury switch sticky devices. The presentation reviews the investigation of the attacks in Damascus and other types of popular under vehicle attached IEDs in the Syrian arena, a trend slowly expanding in the middle east and other regions. (the presentation should take about an hour with time for Q&A following)

The webinars, for me, have been worthwhile.  I fall into the category of those who cannot attend events in person and this has allowed me to feel more connected. I need my Wednesday Webinar fix!

-Paul

Until this webinar I thought I knew more about this subject than I did. Very good presentation.
-Todd

IABTI SUPPORTER Recognition

In honor of all the companies which have substantially supported IABTI for more than TEN YEARS.