31. Oktober 2019 - 10:00
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Day 1 – Advanced Open Source Intelligence Gathering with Maltego and Paterva Ctas – Workshop with Leo Reitano | CORRECTIV | Donnerstag, 31. Oktober 2019

The Maltego training program will teach participants a systematical, methodological approach to design, setup, and conduct investigations through open sources. We will show a practical, hands-on, training that will give the students all the skills and tools they need to do an effective Open Source Intelligence research and analysis-
Participants will return home with all the abilities they need to execute a correct Internet Search by using Maltego (Paterva) one of the most advanced software available for the OSINT.
Maltego is an important piece of digital investigator/journalist tools as by using it is possible to cross a vast quantity of data and visualize all the connections between them. There are many others network visualization programs, but Maltego is the only one capable of researching in real time the information needed to carry on digital investigations.
Moreover, Maltego is much more than a simple research tool. Is a digital ecosystem fully customizable by the users and with a rich quantity of third-party software that can be easily and rapidly implemented and put into action.
The use of Maltego is of absolute importance for all the professionals who use open sources to carry on investigations and especially for journalists as they more than others need to get the “big picture” hidden in certain details.
Investigative Journalism requires in-depth investigations capable of dealing with a complex universe of facts and events. Therefore a software that can piece together all these details as crucial importance to investigative journalists that are required to discover hidden scenario and occult wrongdoings.
Topics (Day 1)

Understanding OSINT (theoretical and technical aspects);
Setting and preparation of Maltego Dashboard
Entities and transforms Maltego bread and butter
DNS Intelligence by using the Paterva CTAS
Importing CSV and datasheet in Maltego
Maltego as Visual Investigative Scenario
integrating Maltego with DNS Intelligence platforms and Google Dorks

In 2019 we offer 2-day workshops for the first time. On the one hand for participants who want to deal with the topics intensively and on the other hand for attendees of our workshops in the past three years who want to update and deepen their knowledge.
>> Book tickets for Day 2 here.
All the slides will be made accessible through an eLearning website along with handbook, reference sheets, bookmarks, and online resources. 
Course Program
The course will be taught in a practical way to make sure that students understand how to apply the theory in practice. At the end of each module will be performed live exercises in order to allow participants to see the real thing.
During the program will be discussed the following topics: Domain Name Intelligence, queries building, email tracking, personal digital security, Maltego entities and transforms.
Who Should Take this Course
The techniques and methodology explained during this course apply to almost anyone interested in gathering information and gaining intelligence through the Internet. People belonging to this sectors will benefit greatly:

Online Investigators
Risk Management Professionals
Corporate Investigators
Police officers. 

Student Requirements
Basic knowledge of Information Technology and attitude to the use of IT tools.
What Students Should Bring
Students must come with a laptop configured with the following software:

Google Chrome (latest version)
Firefox (latest version)
Microsoft Office or equivalent software (Open Office)

What Students Will Be Provided With
All the slides will be made accessible through an eLearning website along with reference sheets, bookmarks, and online resources:

Powerpoint slides
Maltego XL (15 days License)

Leonida Reitano is the founder and Chairman of the Italian Association of Investigative Journalism (AGI). An expert on personal digital security and Open Source Intelligence he wrote "Esplorare Internet" the first Italian handbook on Open Source Intelligence. As chairman of the organization, he taught several courses in investigative journalism, computer security, open source intelligence, investigative techniques.
Along with other journalists, he won the Best International Crime Report (BIOCR) for the investigation Toxic Europe: the first Italian Investigation made by using Open Source Intelligence Techniques.
He has trained hundreds of individuals: police officers, corporate investigators, intelligence analysts, fraud analysts, journalists, private investigators. Among the companies which employees he trained there are: Kroll, Unicredit, Agusta-Westland, Admiral Group, ACFE, RCS Mediagroup and the Counterterrorism branch of the Italian National Police. He has also taught many college courses related to Personal Digital Security, OSINT, and Data Journalism and he has been invited as a speaker on several national and international conferences
His book, "Esplorare Internet" has been a top seller in Italy and has been used as handbook by several public and private organizations.
Leonida Reitano is also a certified instructor for Social Links.