Complimentary Webinar, Presented by ACFCS and Cybint
Given the ever-increasing depth and diversity of information now available online, understanding how to navigate the web to conduct investigations, KYC reviews, deep-web due diligence and more has become an indispensable skill for financial crime professionals.
Whether it’s locating the address of an investigative target or attempting to verify the beneficial owners of a company, utilizing online sources can prove invaluable in any number of contexts.
This webinar will teach the essentials of hunting and fishing for information online, helping attendees to boost their research and investigative skills. Tools, resources, and sites will be provided throughout the presentation. Attendees will learn:
- Types of information obtainable through online sources and how they can be employed in investigative scenario
- Utilizing social media to gather intelligence and make connections
- Identifying and employing an array of online tools for creative investigations – from people searches to network visualizations, reverse image searches and more
- Real-world case studies of online investigations and research
- And more
By registering for this webinar, you agree to share your registration information with the presenting organization and ACFCS.
This webinar is eligible for 1 CFCS credit. A recording of the presentation, slides, and certificate of participation will be available for ACFCS members only.
About the Presenters
Roy Zur, CEO, Cybint
Adv. Roy Zur is a cyber and intelligence expert, the CEO of Cybint, an Israeli cyber company. Roy has over 10 years of experience in cyber and intelligence operations from the Israeli security forces (Retired Major), and since 2014 he has developed cyber training programs and technology for financial institutes, law firms and government authorities. Prior to his current position, Roy has received his LLM and MBA from Tel-Aviv University and served as a legal adviser in the Israeli Supreme court. In addition, Roy is the chairman of the Israeli Legislation research center (OMEK Institute), which includes 150 researchers, who work with the Israeli parliament (the Knesset).