New accredited webinars to improve your investigations at special rates for a limited time only.

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There are an overwhelming amount of free OSINT tools online today. Free tools are not always accurate and are sometimes so specific that you would hardly ever use them in your case. This webinar will introduce free tools that have been reliable time and time again for our analysts working on a wide range of cases in support of corporate, law firms, military, and law enforcement. This course is for anyone who conducts OSINT investigations and will specifically address these common needs using free tools.

Course learning objectives include:

  • How to find public records
  • Ways to find adverse or questionable information
  • Tips for locating financial information

With thousands of social platforms and a growing number of them using usernames instead of real names, it can be easy to miss a profile. We know what the consequences of missing a profile can be, such as not discovering a threatening post made against the assets you protect, overlooking the second life your employee or business partner has, missing key evidence in your court case, or simply having an angry boss or client. This course will serve as your ultimate guide to help ensure you are finding your subject across all social platforms. This course is for anyone who conducts social media investigations and will specifically address these common needs.

Course learning objectives include:

  • How to find usernames
  • How to maximize username searches
  • Tips for locating semi-private accounts

Uncertainty around knowing where to find relevant information, knowing when to dive deeper, and knowing when to stop your case are three common challenges OSINTers have. We know these challenges can lead to lengthy reports where most information is not relevant, overlooked key findings, and a lot of wasted time or money on a case. This course will teach you how to avoid endlessly diving into what you think may be lead, also known as avoiding the rabbit hole. This course is for anyone who has these challenges or feels they can improve in analyzing social media.

Course learning objectives include:

  • Tips for determining the “why” of the case
  • How to use different analysis methods for different whys
  • Know when to wrap up your case

Are you worried you may be falling behind in your OSINT skills because you are not using Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology like the natural language processing tool ChatGPT? Have you not invested in AI because you are concerned about its possible impact on the information environment and influence our perceptions? This course will ease those concerns by introducing five easy ways any investigator can use AI to be more efficient with their time without impacting the outcome of the case. This course is for anyone looking to accomplish the following.

Course learning objectives include:

  • Tips for speeding up redundant tasks
  • How to extract key findings out of information collected efficiently
  • Tips for quickly summarizing large amounts of information

Single Courses

$80 USD per course | 1 CPE per course

Reliable Free Tools You Can Start Using In Your OSINT Investigation Today

$89.00 | $80.00 SALE

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The Ultimate Guide to Locating Profiles Across Growing Social Platforms

$89.00 | $80.00 SALE

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Avoid Wasting Time In Your Social Media Investigations

$89.00 | $80.00 SALE

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Five Ways to Use AI to Save Time On Your OSINT Case

$89.00 | $80.00 SALE

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All Four Classes

$76 USD per course | 4 CPEs

Hg Expert Webinars | 2024 Bundle

$356.00 | $303.00 SALE

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All Hg training classes are approved as continuing professional education credits by ACFE, NASBA, DHS, LPF, SHRM, and ASIS. Individuals will earn continuing professional education credits for attending the live webinar. These webinars are also available for purchase after the live event; however, they are not approved for CEU credits with some associations (specifically NASBA). Registrations are required one per person attending each class.