WEBINAR - Identify and Research Threats Via Open Source Intelligence
Date: April 26, 2017
Time: 14:00 - 15:30
The internet provides investigators with the ability to detect individuals, identify threats and organize offensive and defensive approaches. Focusing on the individual threat is not always the answer. Correct searches of social media platforms can identify the real threats, suspects, and witnesses in an investigation. In this webinar, you will learn how to employ popular social media to help solve security challenges. For example, Facebook can be used to ascertain information on associations and pictures even if the "walls" are closed. Tweets and Instagram pictures can geo-locate an individual anywhere in the world. Hashtag conversations can be followed - even over different social media platforms. Join us for this webinar to learn the inside knowledge and approaches successful investigators gather from Open Source Intelligence.
Michele Stuart has over twenty five years of experience specializing in the areas of Open Source Investigations (OSINT), Threat Assessments, Financial Investigations, Corporate Investigations and Intelligence/Counter Intelligence. She started her investigative career as an Economic Fraud Investigator focusing on conducting in-depth national and international financial investigations primarily for the FDIC and RTC. Ms. Stuart is an Adjunct Professor with University of Virginia and an Instructor at Quantico for international training programs. She provides seminars, and private training, on her specialized investigative techniques in Open Source Investigations (OSINT) to Fortune 500 companies and corporation’s global security divisions such as Major League Baseball, AIG, AEG, and Estee Lauder. Additionally, she has taught for both Federal and State levels of Law Enforcement Agencies and Military Intelligence.
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