Dunkin’ Brands – ‘Advanced Social Media’ and ‘Open Source and Public Records Searching’
May 1 @ 8:30 am - 12:30 pm EDT
Hg will be providing training to one of the world’s leading franchisors of quick service restaurants (QSRs) serving hot and cold coffee and baked goods, as well as hard serve ice cream. Dunkin’ Brands is the parent company of two of the world’s most recognized and beloved brands: Dunkin’, America’s favorite all-day, everyday stop for coffee and baked goods, and Baskin-Robbins, the world’s largest chain of ice cream specialty shops.
Advanced Social Media Investigations
Social media platforms are an important aspect of any online investigation. This advanced class is for you, if you hold the skills to conduct cursory searches but want to be on top of your game with the latest search tools for locating and uncovering social media users and their online content.
In this intermediate to advanced hands-on class, participants will learn how to discover intelligence by investigating popular social media platforms and search engines as well as gain knowledge of new social media platforms on the horizon. During the training, you will review social media pages, learn how hashtags and images can play a role in a case, and identify further leads. Upon completion of this class, field investigators will be able to conduct social media investigations using specialized search engines and conduct a CARA Analysis: Characteristics, Associations, Reputation, and Affiliations.
Open Source and Public Records Searching
As an investigator, you have the ability to access hundreds of thousands of surface, deep, and dark web sites to gather the intelligence you need when conducting an investigation. This course provides a through description of how and where to find data within public records and open sources.
Participants will learn how to conduct investigations using fee-based public records aggregators and media services and learn how to locate free public records and open sources online. Upon completion of this class, field investigators will be able to conduct investigations using public record aggregators such as LexisNexis, CLEAR, Tracers and Transunion TLO and be able to identify which aggregator is most applicable for an investigation based on content, interface, cost, customer service, and data relevance.