Social Engineering

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Presented by Frank M. Ahearn

Course Dates: 7 January — 3 February 2019
Cost: RWA Member—$55. Non-RWA Member—$88.
Venue: Online – RWA Moodle Platform
Booking link: www.trybooking.com/ZITO

About the course…

Social Engineering teaches how characters can extract information from individuals, companies, governments and law enforcement agencies by using the fine art of pretext. Hackers, private investigators, skip tracers, collections agents, repo agents, bail bondsmen, and even stalkers use social engineering to obtain information to further their cause and case.

If there is a database with information your character needs, they can extract with a white lie, some black ones too. Be it phone records, financial records, internet records, travel records, criminal records, mobile GPS pinging and whatever else is available and needed.

“Hi, I am Mr. Jones with Optus, our systems are down, and I need you to bring up a mobile number.”

The various types of information pulled can be used to solve murder cases, locate debtors, missing people, millions hidden in offshore banks, identify a paramour, or someone who created a false identity and faked their death. Social Engineering teaches what information is where, and how to create a ruse who to pose as in the lie.

“Hi, Inspector Richards here of Interpol, I am working a case and need…”

Learn how deception can be used to better your character’s skills as an investigator, criminal or the average housewife on the run. The course will run for four weeks.

Lesson material will be disseminated in Moodle, three out of the four weeks in the form of a downloadable Word document and Video instruction. There will be an opportunity to interact with the presenter twice a week via Moodle and Google hangouts.

How much time you dedicate to the course is up to individual participants. However, the more you participate the more you gain from the course.

About the Presenter…

Frank M. Ahearn is a skip tracer, privacy expert and the author of The New York Times Bestseller, How to Disappear. He specializes in finding people who do not want to be located and disappearing those who do not want to be found. Website: www.FrankAhearn.com

He is presenting RWA OWL, Social Engineering, in January 2019. Registrations now open. $55 for members and $88 for non-members.
Bookings can be made here.

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