Are you using online resources in your internal and external investigations to your best advantage? Presented in non-technical terms, Investigating on the Internet:
Research Tools for Fraud Examiners will teach you how to use the internet to find and follow leads, and make your fraud examinations more effective.
With a better understanding of the information available online, you can increase the efficiency and success of your fraud examinations. In this seminar, you will learn how to locate evidence online using search engines, commercial
databases and social media sites. This seminar will also discuss methods for conducting international due diligence, give an overview of emerging trends such as cryptocurrencies and the dark web, and more. The instructor will put these
resources into a fraud investigation context while also covering the important considerations for fraud examiners carrying out online investigations.
Please note, all
attendees should bring a laptop or tablet to use in class.
Minneapolis, MN | May 14-15, 2020
You Will Learn How To:
Conduct fraud examinations using the Internet efficiently and legally
Create advanced searches on popular search engines
Search public record sources and commercial databases online
Obtain information from international organizations and entities
Mine social networking sites, such as Facebook and LinkedIn, for data in your investigation
Analyze the evidence you have found in the context of an investigation
Understand the implications of emerging areas of internet technologies for fraud investigations
Identify techniques for extracting information about websites and IP addresses
Field of Study
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