07 June 2023Webinar
Webinar | Tracing Human Trafficking Indicators through to Companies with Maltego and OpenCorporates
Every four seconds, a new person falls victim to human trafficking, and technology is increasingly used to groom and exploit victims. Human traffickers operate without borders or data protection concerns. Combatting global human trafficking crimes requires a targeted, collaborative approach.
Maltego and OpenCorporates come together to discuss how to identify potential human trafficking organizations from websites and online ads. Maltego intelligence expert, Daphnée Aguilar, and Rebecca Lee, Chief Impact Officer at OpenCorporates will demonstrate a detailed investigation using OSINT, infrastructure data, personal identifier data, and OpenCorporates’ global legal entity database.
In this webinar, you will learn:
- What digital indicators can help identify human trafficking organizations.
- How to follow these indicators to gain useful intelligence and evidence with OSINT.
- How to trace a website to affiliated individuals and organizations with OSINT and OpenCorporates.
- How OpenCorporates data is structured and how to analyze it effectively when conducting investigations.
About the Speakers
Daphnée Aguilar is a Criminologist with more than 10 years of experience as an Intelligence Officer. She specialized in developing actionable intelligence for identifying, preventing and neutralizing threats and risks from Transnational Organized Crime. Driven by the feminist movement, her last research was on the Effects of Gender and Racial Bias on Gender-Based Violence Policies.
Rebecca Lee leads OpenCorporates’ mission - to deliver genuine corporate transparency for the benefit of business, communities and society. She works with crime fighters, journalists, NGO’s and social projects who use our data to identify potential wrongdoing, and liaises with governments to open up company data globally. Before joining OC, she led PwC’s Forensic Investigative Analytics group (UK) - using data to prevent, investigate and remediate a range of financial crime issues.