Join us and Bellingcat at the ICDDF 2020 — POSTPONED
Workshop: Bringing the power of Open-Source investigation to Victim ID the Bellingcat way
March 16th-20th, we will be at the ICDDF Conference in London, UK. On Monday 16th we will be hosting a workshop together with Bellingcat.
This workshop aims to bring uncommon open-source tools and techniques to Victim ID officers investigating Child Sex Abuse cases.
The first half of the workshop will consist of a presentation on who Bellingcat are, what they do and how they do it. Various case studies will be used to illustrate their methodology and what is possible to achieve with open sources. In the second part of the workshop, we’ll teach some of these methodologies to participants.
The lecture is open to law enforcement officers only.
Hope to see you there!
Bellingcat are the foremost online investigative collaborative in the world. Amongst multiple ground-breaking investigations, Bellingcat was the first to investigate and identify:
- The use of improvised barrel bombs by the Syrian government
- The geolocation estimate of where the James Foley execution video was made
- The offenders who shot down Malaysia Airlines Flight 17
Bellingcat have also been instrumental in assisting child abuse investigations.