What You Will Learn

  • Online Search Methods and Techniques
  • Find Hidden Information by De-constructing Web Pages
  • Today's "Deep Web": New Developments in Public Directories and Specialized Databases
  • Maintaining Personal and Operational Security: Privacy and Encryption Tools for Devices and Computers
  • The Search "Filter Bubble": Tactical Advantage or Hindrance
  • Crowdsourcing and Real Time Internet Intelligence Opportunities and Threats
  • Examining the "Dark Web": Finding Contraband Marketplaces, Hidden Criminal Activity and Threats to Public Safety
  • Linking Entities and Non-Obvious Relationship Analysis (NORA)
  • The Latest Tools for Collecting and Analyzing Social Media Intelligence
  • Geolocated Social Media Search and Collection Techniques
  • Capturing, Organizing and Storing Web Based Evidence for Criminal and Civil Cases

Who Should Attend

  • Law Enforcement and Public Safety Federal Agencies
  • Security and Intelligence Professionals
  • Financial Crime Compliance and Analysis Managers and Personnel
  • Threat Assessment Specialists
  • Fraud and Risk Examiners
  • Regulators and Legal Practitioners
  • Any Professional with a “need to know”!


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Essential Open Source Intelligence Training



9:00 - 10:30am
  • Mapping the Future: OSINT Collection in a Rapidly Changing World
  • Search Engine Tools And Techniques
  • Country Specific Redirects and Conducting "Non-impacted Searches"
  • Taking Advantage of New Developments in Browser Technology
  • Privacy and Security Online: Addresses, Web Beacons, Proxy Servers, Meta Data and Traffic Pattern Analysis
  • The Tor Project and the "Dark Web"
  • Online Threat Assessment and Cyber Psychology
Coffee Break
10:45am - 12:00pm
  • "How You Ask The Question": Foreign Language Search
  • Beneath the Surface: Investigative Advantage through Web Page Deconstruction
  • The "Deep Web": New Developments in Public Directories and Specialized Databases
  • Online Radicals: The Psychological Pathway in Radicalization and Terrorism
  • Monitoring and Alerting Technologies for the Online Investigator
  • Collating Online Content and Collecting Evidence
1:00 - 3:00pm
  • Crowd Sourcing and Real Time Information
  • Advanced People Search Techniques
  • Understanding URL's, Internet Domains
  • Social Media Intelligence (SOCMINT):Tools and Techniques
  • Still Relevant After All These Years: Topic Specific Discussion Forums and Boards
  • Social Media Psychology: De- Anonymization and Identity Disambiguation
  • Tools for Collating Web Sourced Content
Coffee Break
3:15 - 5:00pm
  • Objectively "Connecting the Dots": Cognitive Biases and the Intelligence Analysis Process
  • Non-Obvious Relationship Analysis ("NORA"), Associations and Predictive Pattern Analysis
  • Effective Research Planning and Investigation Management
  • Live Monitoring
  • Geofences & Conducting Location Specific Social Media Search
  • Social Media Meta Data Analysis Open Discussion & Course Wrap Up
  • Case Studies and Practical Research


Our Team from Toddington International Inc. (“TII”)

Yaniv Pereyaslavsky


Yaniv Pereyaslavsky is Toddington International’s London, UK – based associate, and is responsible for the delivery and development of advanced training programs for global audiences in addition to the provision of consulting services to select clientele.
Prior to joining Toddington International, Yaniv gained extensive experience in Intelligence, Surveillance, Target Acquisition, and Reconnaissance (ISTAR) roles in both the public and private sectors. In addition to serving as a reconnaissance soldier and officer with the Canadian military for six years, Yaniv also served within the Canadian federal government, working on reporting, intelligence, and security surrounding consular missions and soft-power diplomacy in Africa, South America, and the world at large.
Within the private sector, Yaniv has extensive experience in both corporate intelligence and strategic planning in advanced technology industries. With a strong background in surveillance technologies, machine learning, and cybersecurity, he was responsible for intelligence reporting contributing to multi-million dollar projects to key stakeholders. Yaniv’s work in the high technology sector has included complex open-source investigations, information-operations, government relations, and the overseeing of comprehensive competitive intelligence products.
Yaniv studied Security and Strategy at the University of British Columbia and the University of Copenhagen. He is certified in Advanced Cybersecurity and Field Security by the United Nations, and is a certified Strategic and Competitive Intelligence Professional (SCIP).



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