DC11612 is an Australian based DEF CON group started in January 2018. It was formerly known as DC42. Meetups are sponsored by MercuryISS and are usually on the last Thursday bi monthly, with a turn up average of 25 members.
In Australia, around 38,000 people (both children and adults) are reported missing each year and at least 8 million children (doesn’t include adults) worldwide. With a relevance of social media, online accounts and general online presence; the first 8 hours of a missing person can be the most important in accelerating the reunification with their family.
For the next meetup, DC11612 will be partnering with Trace Labs; using OSINT tools and techniques to assist local law enforcement to help locate missing persons.Level https://www.dc011612.com
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