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As an investigator, you’re constantly searching for ways to close cases faster. One of the most effective ways to do so is by implementing social media data from multiple sources, but how?
In this session, social media intercept expert Scott Tuma will explain the importance of requesting data from multiple social media companies, show methods for acquiring and processing large returns, and share successes from agencies who’ve done it.
Key topics include:
- Available datasets from social media, email, and mobile forensic providers
- Keyword searching, gallery views of digital media, and links back to original conversations
- Geolocation and site resolution for IP address logins and precision location via Google, Snapchat, and Facebook data
By the end of this webinar, attendees will:
- Learn what to ask for on search warrant returns from numerous social media companies
- Understand the acquiring and processing of data received from familiar social media platforms
- Describe examples of how other agencies are using social media to solve cases faster
Tuesday, December 5, 2023
1:00pm (CST) | 2:00pm (EST) | 7:00pm (UTC)
Scott Tuma, IP Program Director, PenLink
With more than 15 years of experience at PenLink, Scott Tuma has worked with law enforcement at the state, federal, and international levels. He has helped design and develop PenLink tools while working with law enforcement to effectively complete entire investigations, and understands the unique requirements related to dealing with large volumes of data from providers like Google, Facebook, Instagram, Apple iCloud, and Snapchat. He has worked extensively on historical datasets, as well as live intercepts from many different Internet, webmail, and social media providers.
Scott has worked numerous high-profile cases concentrating on Internet investigations around drugs, gang activity, homicide, kidnapping, child sexual abuse, human trafficking, extortion, money laundering, conspiracy, and cyber intrusion. He also works to educate other professionals on the importance of spotlighting data from many different providers.