3 Day Open Source Masterclass
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The Open Source Masterclass is a 3-day training course in effective, legal and deep open source techniques for the investigator.
Hands on live tracking and deep web searching
Tracing deleted and historic data
Social networking site interrogation and analysis - alternative sources and data sets
Best, professional, legal and safe practice re digital hygiene, tradecraft and evidence gathering
Online Legend and persona building and use for hidden searching
Covert and unseen web searching techniques, in their language.
Numerous practicals throughout to track suspects and build up analysis of digital footprint
A police investigator talking to investigators.
Included in every course:
FREE access to online data base of 200+ OSINT tools
FREE USB containing data base of 1000+ OSINT tools, glossaries, and OSINT manuals
FREE Exclusive access to online practical advice, and tutorials
FREE included OSINT software for you to take away and keep
FREE Email support and advice post course.
Lunch, coffee and refreshments provided both days
Mark Bentley, of BENTAC training, is a globally recognised communications data expert, who works as an adviser, trainer and consultant to security services, government and police forces around the world. His experience is based on 36 years as a detective, which includes experience gained working for the UK National Crime Agency (NCA), Metropolitan police, Child Exploitation and Online Exploitation (CEOP), and UK government agencies, in the capacity of overt, reactive and covert operations management.
Mark has been involved in the tracking of high profile cases, persons and vessels and is the open source expert and lead advisor for forces and government agencies both domestic and abroad. His specialist area is device tracking and interrogation, alternative profile digital shadowing, Vehicle telematics, Advanced OSINT skills, injection and weaponising. Mark presents this and other subjects to government and law enforcement globally and lecturers for international policing organisations: EU cybercrime twinning project, Government agencies, Military, The Council of Europe and The UK College of Policing. He runs his own training company and law enforcement open sourcing tools site to empower and train officers around the world on best practice and lateral thinking in investigations online.