What you will learn
- Understanding what the Internet is
- How to find better information and quickly
- How to deal with foreign language
- Identifying credible information sources
- The difference between information and intelligence
- Practical exercises
- Your trainer has over 40 years of investigative expertise and continues to conduct due diligence enquiries
- Your training has been delivered to numerous professionals across multiple industry sectors
- Your course is CPD certified The exercises you will be participating in have their basis in previous investigations. We bring reality to the classroom
This is a course for Due Diligence practitioners, delivered by someone with hands on experience of online investigations and Enhanced Due Diligence. Highly practical, relevant and important. If you want to access the very best online data and safely this course is for you.
This training is ideal as in-house training for your organisation.
Your online workshop will be delivered by Colin Tansley, Managing Director of Intelect. For more details please click here.
Delegates require access to a laptop or desktop computer.
Feedback from a recent delegate
DURING OUR ONLINE PUBLIC COURSES WE LIMIT THE NUMBER OF DELEGATES TO TEN. – Online workshops can be delivered to an in house audience and are particularly popular with our international clients given current travel restrictions.
An outline of a typical timetable appears below but we are able to develop a program of learning to suit you and your organisation. Each module is 1.5hrs in duration.
Module 1. Understanding the Internet
A focus on understanding the technology behind the Internet and providing the knowledge that will help you improve your searches. We will demonstrate what the surface, deep and dark web are and how they are relevant to conducting EDD. Also covered will be relevant terminology, your digital footprint and interactive practical exercises
Module 2. Planning for better search results
In this session we examine the importance of planning. How to search in a more focused, logical manner to obtain better results and how to maintain effective records.
Module 3. Credibility and validation
The abundance of false, malicious or questionable online information has the potential to misdirect investigators. In this session we discuss the importance of being able to discern between credible and non-credible sources, providing examples to assist.
Module 4. Advanced searching
In this session we will take you to the next level of searching. We will show you tools and techniques that will allow you access to the sorts of information needed to make a more in-depth assessment of the person, persons or entities you are researching. This will include a presentation about using social media profiles.
Module 5. Online security
Often overlooked is the need to be aware of online security and the numerous ways in which an investigation can be compromised. This session deals with the level of monitoring across the Internet and how risks can be mitigated with both technology and good practice.
In order to attain the necessary CPD certification it will be necessary for delegates to complete some practical exercises in their own time. As and when this is required it will be discussed in full during the webcast.
Please note we have little if any control over the stability and reliability of Internet connections. If for any reason there are issues with our side we will endeavour to rectify them promptly. In the unlikely event that there is no solution we will reschedule the session to a mutually agreeable time and date that suits the majority of delegates.