Types of Training
Web 2.0 & Social Networks
Web 2.0 is a fairly new Internet feature which professionals need to understand first, and utilize second. Using Web 2.0 features allows you to vet hires, conduct due diligence pre-acquisition, prevent competitive intelligence, and identify problem employees before workplace violence or intellectual property theft occurs. This session reviews social- and photo-network Web sites, mapping tools, and other Internet features that can be used for intelligence-gathering and security assessments.
The companion book for this class is The Manual to Online Public Records
- Understand the difference between Web 2.0 and traditional Web sites and learn how to deconstruct a profile for your investigations.
- Hunt down online social network profiles.
- Connect the associations between users of Linkedin and Myspace type Web 2.0 services.
- Learn about cutting edge services that are coming up daily.
Audience: Intermediate to Advanced
Timeframe: Can be offered in 1/2 to Full Day
Advanced Internet Training
Web 2.0 and Beyond
Business Background Investigations
Foreign Due Diligence
Opt-Out Now: Bury your Identity
Protecting Your Family Online
e-Learning Program: Internet as an Investigative Research Tool