Date: 3 – 7 December 2018
Price: AUD$ 4950 per person
Price: AUD$ 4400 per person (groups of two)
Price: AUD$ 3950 per person (groups of three or more)
Location: Canberra – Australia
Acquiring useful and relevant open source intelligence (OSINT) requires much more than just an ability to surf the Web. Many valuable sources of intelligence are unknown and untapped by investigatorss who simply “don’t know what they don’t know” about finding information online.
Aimed at managers, frontline investigators, researchers and analyst alike, this comprehensive five-day training course will provide detailed instruction in effectively using the Internet as an open source investigation and research tool.
A Comprehensive 5-Day Advanced Training Course
From routine investigations conducted by frontline personnel, to global, tactical and strategic open source intelligence operations, online and social media research is an essential requirement at all levels of an organisation, in addition to investigation skills.
Demonstrating advanced search techniques for Web-cased and social media investigations, this comprehensive training program will also introduce a number of case studies that will focus on highlighting and correcting detrimental errors that have comprtimised investigations in the past.
Essential anonymit tools used to ensure privacy and security will be introduced, in addition to techniques being used by the criminal element to conceal their identity, location and illegal behavior.
Did you know?
Most investigators use ineffective online techniques and do not have the training or skills necessary to effectively find the information they need. In addition to wasting valuable time, many Internet users do not know how to efficiently locate online information that may be highly relevant to their investigations.
Most Internet users in the investigative community are unaware of the “footprints” they leave on a server every time they visit a website. When a website is viewed from your computer, the administrator of the target website might be able to immediately learn what organisation you work for, when. for how long, and even what keywords you used in which search engine, to locate their page.
Using the Internet and social media as an investigative research tool may seem simple, but the fact remains that most users don’t know what they don’t know about online research and open source intelligence gathering.
Investigators and analysts are increasingly required to use the Internet to find critical information in a variety of circumstances, without being fully aware of the issues involved iin using this valuable resource efficiently and safely for investigative and intelligence purposes.
|About Toddington International|
|Since 1997, Toddington International Inc. (TII) has worked at the forefront in the collection, analysis and dissemination of open source intelligence gathered via Internet sources.Teaching its clients how to get the critical information they need, when they need it, TII has developed a range of proven, innovative training programs focused on the specific requirements of each of its client groups.
With a client base ranging from government and law enforcment agencies, to members of the Fortune 500, TII enables and work smarter, in addition to empowering them to find better online infomation in less time, at less cost, with less risk.
|“The success of every attendee is out priority, and we work diligently to produce and maintain the very best training materials in a format that is effective, enjoyable, interesting and easily understood.”|