OSINT & Online Investigations Course - taught by Ret. Detective Nick Ibbott of York Regional Police. Event by Lead Solutions & Ai6.
SESSION DATES: June 21st, 22nd, 23rd 2021
TIME: 9:00 am - 4:30 pm EST
PRICE: $900.00 USD
OSINT and Online Investigations Course, is an education to understanding how publicly available online data can be gathered to assist in investigations and research into persons, businesses and events.
This course is an intensive virtual three day training into the OSINT and Online Investigations. The course will cover following topics:
• The Intelligence Cycle and how OSINT fits in
• Starting from how the internet/web works and use that to your advantage ethically
• Tools in the toolbox overview and use (Hunchly use/VPN use/1Password)
• Search, boolean operators efficient use
• Social Media Intelligence overview
• Reverse image searches
• Notetaking/reporting best practices
• And More……
Within all of these topics, Nick Ibbott will focus on preparing you with ways in articulating what you found and its context to your investigations vs. finding things you don't know how you got it.
This courses will also deliver hands on training on Hunchly, a VPN solution by Private Internet Access, and 1Password. Students will have access to these software tools for one year after the course. ($250 CAD value!)
Course is limited to 20 Students. Please email us any questions. email@example.com
OSINT & Online Investigations Course. Dates: June 21-23
OSINT and Online Investigations Course, is an education to understanding how publicly available online data can be gathered to assist in investigations and research into persons, businesses and events. This course is an intensive virtual three day training.
Ret. Detective Nick Ibbott of York Regional Police
Nick completed his duties as one of the officers in charge of the Cybercrime and Technical Data Recovery Unit at the York Regional Police. Nick assisted in forging that service’s policies, procedures and practices in many fields including online investigations, data recovery, undercover operations, search warrant drafting and execution, surveillance, and investigative techniques.
Over his career in policing, Nick had become a subject matter expert in many areas of law enforcement that dealt with both virtual and real-world operational settings. He had provided training, lectured and presented material to hundreds of members of law enforcement that enhanced their abilities in investigating crimes. He had testified in all levels of criminal and civil court and had been qualified as an expert witness on many occasions assisting the court in understanding alleged criminal offences.
Nick was trained by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (R.C.M.P.), the Criminal Intelligence Service Ontario (C.I.S.O.) and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (F.B.I.) to investigative/prevent cybercrimes, and to conduct Open Source Intelligence Techniques (OSINT) investigations. Through his training, Nick had passed on that knowledge and experience in cybercrime cases, and OSINT to law enforcement members.