Learn how to scrape and analyze social media data (Part 1)
Social media defines the modern-day world we live in. For the majority of us, we are registered users on at least three social media platforms. The same can also be said about organized criminals – who often use social media to further their criminal enterprises.
Digital Investigators and Intelligence Operators can use a variety of open-source tools and utilities to extract data from social media such as images, videos, posts, and comment. Understandably, such data is often large in volume, this presents investigators and analysts with the complex task of analyzing it and connecting the dots.
In this first of a two-part series, we will present several open-source tools that can be used to extract data from social media platforms, then learn how to process and prepare such data for subsequent analysis.
This webinar is best for:
- Law Enforcement Digital Investigators in addition to Intelligence Operators employed within government, law enforcement, and military organizations.
What you will learn:
- How to configure and deploy open-source scraping tools and utilities.
- How to deploy scraping utilities against various social media. platforms.
- How to prepare extracted data for analysis.
Date: February 16, 2022
Time: 15:10 – 15:55 CET
Duration: 45 minutes
Speaker: Joseph Jones
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Joseph Jones is a former British Intelligence and a former UK National Crime Agency officer with more than 15 years of intelligence-gathering and investigative experience. Joseph is the founder of Strategy Nord, a company that specializes in development, security and governance in fragile and conflict-affected states; and the founder of Unita Insight, a corporate intelligence and investigations organization. Joseph holds a BSc (Hons) Intelligence and Cyber Security from Staffordshire University and is also an external expert for the European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Training (CEPOL), the European Border and Coast Guard Agency (FRONTEX) and the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA).