Social Media Forensics for Investigators

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With 1.2 billion monthly active users on Facebook alone, it’s not surprising that social media networks can be a rich source of information for investigators. And because Americans spend more time on social media than any other major Internet activity, including email, social media information and evidence is plentiful. You just need to know how to get it.

Finding, preserving and collecting social media evidence often requires some forensic skills, as well as an understanding of the laws that govern its collection and use. It’s important for investigators to be aware of both the possibilities and limitations of social media forensics.


Includes:
  • Where social media evidence can be found
  • How social media forensics can be used by investigators to gather evidence
  • What can and cannot be collected
  • Tools of the forensics trade
  • When to call in the experts
Webinar Presenter

Andrew Neal
Andrew Neal

Digital Forensics Expert

Andrew Neal has more than 30 years of experience working in technology, computer security, trade security and investigations. He holds several professional certifications in forensics and security, and is licensed as a private investigator and security consultant in multiple states.

Neal has authored articles for several trade publications including Inside Homeland Security and Managing Security Today, and has presented at numerous national and international conferences and seminars. He is an active member of several professional and community organizations, and often serves as an instructor or at the board level. He is also a Visiting Assistant Professor at the University of Texas at El Paso, teaching digital forensics for the Computer Science Department.

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