Log In
  • Tuesday, June 25 | 10:15-11:30 AM


    CPE: 1.5

    Level: Basic

    Recommended Prerequisite: None

    Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge

    “Through the looking glass” is a metaphorical expression meaning: on the strange side, in the twilight zone, or in a strange, parallel world. While the internet can be considered a strange, parallel world, it can also be an informative, interesting, yet scary place when conducting different types of investigations. There are various technologies and methods that you can use to protect your identity and information while conducting internet-based investigations. This session will illustrate these technologies and methods to keep you safe when investigating online.

    You Will Learn How To:

    • Identify the methods criminals use to find your data
    • Compare various technologies and software tools to protect your identity while investigating online
    • Examine various methods to employ to hide your own tracks

    rduquette headshot
    Ryan Duquette, CFE

    Partner - Security, Privacy and Risk Consulting, RSM Canada

    Ryan Duquette focuses on litigation support, cyber-incident response, privacy and technology risks, digital forensics and cyberfraud matters. Duquette has been an investigator for more than twenty years and was previously a police officer focusing on cybercrime and fraud cases. Duquette works closely with clients involved in workplace investigations and civil litigation matters including intellectual property theft, HR investigation and data breaches.

    He is a sessional lecturer at the University of Toronto teaching digital forensics; is a former director for the Toronto chapter of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners; has been qualified as an expert witness on numerous occasions; and is a frequent presenter at fraud, digital forensics, cybersecurity and investigative conferences worldwide.

  • rduquette headshot
    Ryan Duquette, CFE

    Partner - Security, Privacy and Risk Consulting, RSM Canada

    Ryan Duquette focuses on litigation support, cyber-incident response, privacy and technology risks, digital forensics and cyberfraud matters. Duquette has been an investigator for more than twenty years and was previously a police officer focusing on cybercrime and fraud cases. Duquette works closely with clients involved in workplace investigations and civil litigation matters including intellectual property theft, HR investigation and data breaches.

    He is a sessional lecturer at the University of Toronto teaching digital forensics; is a former director for the Toronto chapter of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners; has been qualified as an expert witness on numerous occasions; and is a frequent presenter at fraud, digital forensics, cybersecurity and investigative conferences worldwide.

Sign up for conference updates