ASIS Calgary Open Source Internet Investigation and Intelligence Workshop (Two Day Workshop - May 1-2)

Speaker: 
Martin Hurst of Toddington International
Location: 
SAIT Polytechnic: 1301 16th Avenue NW Calgary, Room MB307 - 3rd floor of the MB/Heart Building
Date/Time: 
Tuesday, May 1, 2012 - 08:30
Description: 

On May 1-2, 2012, ASIS Calgary will host a comprehensive Open Source Internet Investigation and Intelligence workshop presented by Martin Hurst of Toddington International. This workshop will provide techniques to effectively use the Internet as an investigative tool. Please see the attached brochures for additional information. There are limited seats available and this workshop is expected to sell out quickly. For more information please visit http://www.asis162.org/.

For additional info (such as the workshop agenda) please view this event's   More Info Attachment.

Biography

A highly regarded and experienced social media investigative specialist, Internet Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) instructor, Martin Hurst is responsible for the ongoing development of a variety of training programs, and the development and implementation of quality assurance
processes. With a solid background as a front-line police officer, a gang-specialized probation officer and high-risk client social worker, Martin brings a broad range of skills to his current role.

A sought after lecturer and trainer for many US and Canadian law enforcement agencies and support partners, Martin regularly instructs at the Canadian Police College and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) Pacific Regional Training Centre (PRTC).