Open Source Internet Investigations

Course level : Short courses

The internet is an increasingly important tool in a wide range of investigations. When used effectively, it enables organisations and investigators to save a considerable amount of time and money.

But failure to research properly, monitor changes, capture data, and follow procedures or legislation could result in any evidence obtained being rendered inadmissible.

In partnership with Bond Solon, this course will provide you with the core skills to use the internet effectively as an investigative tool. It will enable you to quickly source information and gather evidence lawfully to further your investigations.

  • Planning for a successful internet investigation
  • Investigative strategies
  • Understanding the internet, web, social networks, and web terminology
  • Advanced web-searching techniques, strategies, and tools
  • Conducting internet investigations lawfully and safely
  • Recording intelligence
  • The transition between intelligence and evidence
  • Complying with legislation and procedures
  • Presentation of internet-based evidence

Duration: 2 days
Format: Virtual classroom

Price: £550 + tax

“An excellent course that anyone conducting internet investigations should attend”
Sandra Thornton, Team Manager for Trading Standards, East Sussex County Council

"The course was excellent and delivered exactly as expected – covering legislation, search tools, skills, additional functionality, at a very good speed and level. The trainer was very very good. "
Head of Commercial Policing & Brand Protection, Sky

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Alternatively contact us on: +44(0)121 362 7534 / icainfo@int-comp.org (Course information)

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