On-demand webinar: Live social media collection and analysis: busting the myths for today's Investigations
Busting the myths surrounding live social media collection and analysis
The world of communication has rapidly changed in recent years. According to a recent Pew Research Center study, 82% of cell phones are smartphones, and people are using a variety of means to communicate, including calls, texts, email, chat applications, and social media platforms. With the rise of Internet and smartphone usage, social media is now a primary mode of communication. As a result, law enforcement must seek insights from all forms of communication channels, including the vast amounts of data available on the internet. Despite the wealth of information available on social media, there are many outdated beliefs about its usefulness and feasibility in investigations. In this webinar, internet-communications expert Scott Tuma busts some of the most common myths surrounding live social media collection and analysis:
Myth 1: The cost of social media data collection is too high.
Myth 2: The setup and monitoring process is complex and overwhelming.
Myth 3: Social media data isn’t useful.
Myth 4: Most useful data disappears before you can get it.
Myth 5: It’s impossible to work with social media giants.
WHAT ATTENDEES LIKED FROM THIS PRESENTATION:
"I enjoyed the way Scott explained how to start a case involving social media. "
"It was great information sharing!"
"Great info and new tools for law enforcement."
MEET THE SPEAKER:
Scott Tuma, IP Program Director vwith Penlink, is widely recognized for his expertise in internet communication data investigations. For the past decade, Scott has been dedicated to advising law enforcement at the State, Federal, and International levels on how to effectively leverage social media in investigations. Scott is frequently invited to present his work to leading investigators.