Digital Threat Investigation Training

Wednesday, February 19, 2020 (All day) to Thursday, February 20, 2020 (All day)

Nebraska School Safety and Security
Digital Threat Investigation Training
Younes Conference Center - Kearney
February 19 and/or 20, 2020

After the Basic Digital Investigations to Support Threat Assessment training held last fall, we received an overwhelming amount of requests to again hold this training so more educators could take back this important threat assessment information to their schools in addition to providing the advanced training session.  

We are excited to bring back Safer Schools Together to again provide Basic Digital Investigations to Support Threat Assessment on February 19, 2020. 
 
In addition, Safer Schools Together will be providing a second day of Advanced Investigations to Support Threat Assessment on February 20, 2020, for those who have already attended or are registering to attend the Basic training on February 19.
 
Wednesday, February 19, 2020
8:00      Registration
8:30      Basic Digital Investigations to Support Threat Assessment
             Safer School Together
The vast majority of recent high-profile incidents of violence at schools and in communities had precursors leaked online in the form of social media posts. Knowing where, how, and when to look for this critical information is the current challenge this nation faces, and it is one that we will thoroughly address. There are free online tools and techniques that all those responsible for ensuring the safety in your schools need  to be regularly using. We will cover the challenges that frontline investigators and school staff are currently facing including anonymous online threats, sexting,  sextortion, swatting and doxing, geolocational utilities, image verification of firearms and suicidal imagery, and searching Instagram by school location.
3:30      Dismiss

Thursday, February 20, 2020
8:00      Registration
8:30      Advanced Digital Investigations to Support Threat Assessment
             Safer School Together
Advanced Investigations to Support Threat Assessment Training will build and expand significantly on the content covered during the prerequisite Basic DTA Training. Participants will leave with a concrete understanding of how to find and curate relevant digital information as is typically represented in a real-life digital threat assessment data gathering scenario. Significant engagement and hands-on practice will take place as participants are assembled into investigative teams and given a mock real-life situation.  Teams will navigate the realms of thesocial media world using both familiar and new techniques to produce a digital baseline report. SST will supply templates and standard operating procedures for particpants to take home. Attendees will leave feeling confident in their ability to independently establish a threat makers’ digital baseline and produce a comprehensive report.
3:30      Dismiss
 
Lodging Information
Hampton Inn
507 Talmadge St, Kearney, NE 68845
(308) 234-3400
Mention: Nebraska Safety and Security
Rate: $124.95 + tax
 
***Please Note: This training will be held rain or shine so plan accordingly!***
Any cancellation request must be received no later than Monday, February 17, 2020.
*A 48 hour (2 business day) cancellation policy is in place for all events. To avoid being charged the full registration fee, please submit any requests to cancel your registration before the cancellation deadline. Please contact Connie, connie@ncsa.org, with all cancellation requests and inquiries.
Please note: your registration fee will be refunded or waived ONLY if an event is cancelled due to inclement weather. Otherwise, the 48 hour (2 business day) cancellation policy remains in effect for all events.
 
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Tyler Dahlgren tyler@ncsa.org
Carol Young carol@ncsa.org
Connie Hilker connie@ncsa.org

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