Conducting targeted Open-Source searches and building intelligence rich cases (Pt 1)

Conducting targeted Open-Source searches and building intelligence rich cases (Pt 1)
2022-03-24 Paliscope

Being able to identify targets on social media is often the starting point for any intelligence or investigations organization.

Without knowing who to search for, intelligence analysts and investigators will be unable to manage their workloads and workflows efficiently and effectively.

There is an abundance of Open-Source tools available that will enable you to conduct effective searches including username-based search tools and reverse ‘lost password’ tools. These tools will enable you to identify sources where your target is active, and provide lines of investigation that you can efficiently and effectively follow.

In this first of a two-part series, we will introduce several tools that you can use to search for individuals online and generate additional leads based on their findings. These outputs will ultimately be used to develop your digital investigation case with expert precision!

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:

  • Why username-based search tools are important.
  • In what scenario we would use such tools.
  • What tools are available, and how you can use them.
  • How to use such tools to generate detailed outputs.

Webinar details

Date: June 1, 2022
Time: 15:10 CEST
Duration: 45 minutes
Replay: Available
Speaker: Joseph Jones

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This live webinar is led by Joseph Jones, a former British Intelligence and a former UK National Crime Agency officer with more than 15 years of intelligence-gathering and investigative experience.

If you would prefer to have a demo for you or your team, simply let me know and I’ll be happy to set that up. 

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