Vere Software this month introduces a new series of free webinars. Designed to help investigators maximize their online evidence collection skills, the monthly webinars will feature investigative techniques and issues such as:
Online Sources of Information
Tracing IP addresses
MySpace Investigations Basics
Online Identity Theft Investigations
Legal Issues with Online Investigations and Online EvidenceOnline Investigation Basics instructors are established experts in their fields. They will take questions from, and interact with, webinar attendees during a structured Q&A period within each 60-minute presentation.
“Our online investigations webinars provide valuable information at no cost or inconvenience to law enforcement, private, and corporate investigators,” said Todd Shipley, Vere Software president and CEO. “Our instructors are among the best in the field.”
In addition to the Online Investigation Basics series, Vere Software will continue to provide its monthly WebCase webinars. “These webinars allow investigators to get to know our software when they can’t attend our on-site training,” said Shipley, who provides the 60-minute instruction.
The first WebCase webinar will take place on Thursday, Sept. 10. The first Online Investigation Basics webinar is Thursday, Sept. 17. Cynthia Navarro, principal at Bay Area-based investigative and training services company Finnegan’s Way, will present on “Sources of Online Information.”
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.
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.