The dark web is a haven for criminals to communicate and sell illegal goods and services. It also plays a significant role in conducting financial crime and fraud. This makes the dark web a valuable tool in investigating such activities; however, most anti-fraud professionals are not taking advantage of this valuable resource. Join Authentic8's Nick Finnberg, open-source investigations (OSINT) training lead and former financial crime analyst, as he presents this tradecraft training webinar on conducting secure and effective financial crime investigations. You Will Learn How To:
Recognize what the dark web is and when you should use it for investigations. Access the dark web safely. Improve investigation quality and productivity when combining the dark web and OSINT.
Speakers:Jeff Phillips Director, Product Marketing Authentic8Nick FinnbergOpen Source Intelligence (OSINT) Training Lead and Former Financial Crime AnalystAuthentic8
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