First Vere Software Investigative Basics Webinar

“Online Sources of Information” is the first of a series of free webinars offered by Vere Software. On Thursday, September 17, starting at 11 a.m. Pacific time, long-time private investigator Cynthia Navarro will present this 60-minute webinar designed to show corporate and law enforcement investigators how to use their investigative skills on the World Wide Web…Navarro will include the inner workings of various search engines, along with both professional and personal social networking sites such as MySpace, Facebook, LinkedIn, and more. She will also cover the fundamentals of using Internet social engineering to gather information. http://veresoftware.com/blog/?p=125

“It can be confusing at times with the vast amount of information available on the Internet,” said Navarro. “This presentation will provide investigators with skills for search engine navigation, usage of terms, and keyword searches that will assist them in obtaining a more precise outcome.”

Todd Shipley, president and CEO of Vere Software, added, “Investigators who are just starting out with online investigations often don’t know where to begin. The ‘Online Sources of Information’ webinar shows them exactly where and how to do it. And it will be all the more important to them for being taught by an experienced practitioner of online investigations.”

ABOUT CYNTHIA NAVARRO:
Cynthia Navarro has worked in investigations for over 28 years. As principal of Hayward, CA-based investigative consultation firm Finnegan’s Way, she manages both civil and criminal investigations. She consults worldwide, specializing in anti-piracy, business and intelligence backgrounds. She is an Advisory Board Member for Western Career College (Criminal Justice program) and sat on the High Technology Crime Investigators Association’s International Executive Committee as both International President and Vice President between 2003-2004.

ABOUT VERE SOFTWARE:
Incorporated in February 2007, Vere Software, Inc. designs, develops, programs, and markets software and hardware built upon concepts related to online evidence collection and preservation. Offered to both public and private markets domestically and internationally, Vere Software’s WebCase and related products meet the standard for criminal legal defensibility by logging, date and time stamping collected Internet evidence, then authenticating it via one of a number of accepted hash algorithms.


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ABOUT WEBCASE:
WebCase is the flagship product of Vere Software. The first software built for legally defensible evidence collection from Web pages and social networking sites, WebCase digitally “fingerprints” its evidence using commonly accepted hash algorithms.

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