The rise in the widespread use of technology paves way to rise in cybercrime incidents. For hackers and online fraudsters, the possibilities of leveraging internet sources to harvest publicly available information have increased exponentially, along with potential rewards like successful social engineering bounties.
One of the ways law enforcement can bring criminals to justice is by leveraging the same power of publicly available information – Open Source Intelligence (OSINT). However, open source intelligence (OSINT) requires more than just the ability to use the Internet. Special databases and off-line sources are among the many rich veins of intelligence which go unknown and untapped by law enforcement, legal professionals, business researchers, security personnel, intelligence analysts, and terrorism, gang and financial researchers.
More importantly, the “Dark Web Investigation & Analysis” module of our OSINT training teaches investigative professionals such as private investigators, and law enforcement the knowledge to set up, access and investigate criminal activities that take place within the DARKNet infrastructure.
This extremely educational and completely interactive training content will enhance the knowledge of investigation focused professional.
The World of Open Source Intelligence (OSINT)
Verification of Online & Digital Content – Images, Videos etc.
Social Media Monitoring As Investigative Tool
Geolocation – Tools and Techniques for Verification
Enforcing Your Privacy & Security As OSINT Professional
OSINT as Framework for Due Diligence and Compliance Tasks
Network Analysis – Tracking Across the Online Landscape