Participants should have some basic experience of the topic, as all programs are offered at an intermediate level, unless otherwise noted.
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.
Upcoming Live Webinars
June 15, 2023 – Stolen Asset Investigations, 60 minutes, 1 CPE
Conducting asset investigations often requires a keen understanding of how to track down stolen money and property on a variety of internet sites. Hg’s new webinar provides first-hand training on tracking down materials stolen and sold on the internet.
June 27, 2023 – Intellectual Property and Trademark Investigations: Protecting the Brand, 60 minutes, 1 CPE
Hg’s new webinar provides first-hand training on tracking down fraudsters using a brand to scam, deceive, or confuse. Developed for business owners, consumers, investigators, and attorneys, participants learn how to recognize trademark fraud and gather intelligence to help stop it.
July 10-14, 2023 – Open Source Intelligence: Start to Finish, 360 minutes, 6 CPEs
Designed as an online investigation’s primer, Hg’s new webinar series provides the basics of open source intelligence gathering to those entering the field. With three days of content, the field investigator will complete the 360 minutes of training with the tools needed to conduct open source intelligence (OSINT) investigations.
August 1-29, 2023 – Online Social Media Primer, 300 minutes, 5 CPEs
How good are you at incorporating social media into your cyber investigations? Hg’s new online social media primer details the riches social media offers to an OSINT investigator. With a few mouse clicks, leads can be discovered, facts challenged, and game changing details can be unveiled—all in support of a case.
August 31, 2023 – Conducting an Ethical Online Investigation, 120 minutes, 2 CPEs
As investigators, we are governed by foreign and domestic ethics standards and laws. Hg’s new webinar enhances your understanding of compliance requirements to keep you and your clients within the rules of law.
September 14, 2023 – Discreet Investigations Online: Your Digital Footprint, 60 minutes, 1 CPE
Many social networks and online information sources allow the subjects of searches to see who has searched them. Hg’s new intermediate to advanced webinar provides tools for how to work undercover online, while adhering to ethical standards and laws.
November 16, 2023 – Risk Monitoring: Social Media Platforms, Chat Rooms, & More, 60 minutes, 1 CPE
Hg’s new webinar provides the key tasks associated with risk monitoring of people, events, and movements through social media, chat rooms, and other online sources. Be it active shooters or travel disruptions, this informative OSINT webinar addresses the nuances of online security teamwork, monitoring protocols, and data collection and reporting.
December 14, 2023 – OSINT Hitlist: Best of 2023 and into 2024, 60 minutes, 1 CPE
Another year winds down, and all investigators’ eyes look forward to new ideas, new trends, and new technologies to improve their work. Hg’s popular end-of-year webinar is updated annually to help you slide into the new year with sharp knowledge, refined critical thinking skills, and enthusiasm for all that 2024 will bring!
Recorded Webinar – Social Media: Locating Unknown Individuals Online, 60 minutes, May 18, 2023
Hg’s new OSINT webinar combines expert know-how with hands-on exercises to aide you in identifying the person or group behind an online username. Real case examples are discussed and analyzed. Future challenges in identifying unknown persons are addressed.
Recorded Webinar – Private Tools & Databases for Due Diligence, 60 minutes, April 13, 2023
Hg’s new OSINT webinar explores databases, websites, and internet resources used to locate difficult information on companies, their assets, and the people that run them. Special focus is given to public records, legal filings, newspapers, magazines, trade journals, blogs, and open source material.