Basic Internet Investigations is designed to give investigators, analysts, and individuals serving as direct law enforcement support a basic understanding of terminology and skills needed to conduct Internet-based investigations.
Investigating Internet crimes can be one of the most complex tasks facing the law enforcement professional today. It requires a multidisciplinary approach, supported by technical expertise to a degree not commonly seen with traditional crime.
This class will enable the student to develop the skills necessary to investigate Internet-based crimes in a legally accepted manner while utilizing open-source and proprietary tools. Emphasis is placed on the examination and collection of data to be used as a valuable investigation tool.
Participants will employ best practices as they investigate any Internet crime from its beginning to its eventual disposition; either as an individual, or as part of an investigatory team.
Learn terminology that will be used in a basic internet investigation
Explain use of routing tool to find financial institutions
Practice the use of HTML code for information
Who Should Attend: -
Law Enforcement Officers
100% Attendance and Participation
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Session Information: LE23115Z
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