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31 August 2014

Choosing your training provider

Just where do you start? There are many, many companies and individuals out there that offer Open Source Internet Investigation courses, specialised web research or whatever you choose to call it. There are companies and individuals who can make it all very complex and seem to want to make all this some sort of mystical… View Article

28 July 2014

OSINT or online research?

OSINT or Open Source ‘Intelligence’ is often used in this arena to describe this type of training or products that are produced from trawling the web. My personal view is that it’s a confusing term, and at times I think used to mystify what is essentially research. You cannot get intelligence from the Internet by simply… View Article

28 August 2013

Training schedule commences again September 2013

It’s been a few weeks off from the training over the Summer holidays but online investigations have kept us very busy. Coming weeks see us training in London with a major luxury retailer, a leading high street bank, The College of Policing and back to one of our favourite locations the Isle of Man. Then… View Article

20 September 2012

Cybercrime affecting millions of people every day

More than 1.5 million people around the globe are affected by online crime each day, a new report suggests. Social networks are big target for cybercriminals, with four out of ten users saying they have been the victim of some kind of platform hack. Read more: http://bit.ly/UspcME

05 March 2012

Cyber crime at an all-time high

A silent crime wave with devastating potential is attacking businesses around the world. “Cyber crime” is the biggest global threat of the decade and it is growing at a pace that makes traditional fraud and theft pale by comparison. Businesses will need to prioritise and address this issue to protect themselves and their customers.

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