Tampa, FL – July 17, 2018 – Karhrman Ziegenbein, CEO of Tomoko Discovery, has been named as the contributing expert resource Social Media, Open-Source, Dark Web, & Cryptocurrency Investigation information, ideas, and commentary at PI Magazine, the Professional Investigator Magazine.
“Open-Source (OSINT) and Social Media (SOCMINT) intelligence is essential for those entrusted with the maintenance of law and order, public security, military, and journalistic integrity.” said Ziegenbein, “The huge scope of intelligence available requires sophisticated analysis and ever emerging tools in order to deliver actionable information.”
Ziegenbein is the visionary behind the Tomoko Discovery training programs and its product and platform, that incorporates the best of secure evidence authentication with an intuitive user experience suited to the way investigators work today.
PI Magazine has championed the investigative community and force of investigative ideas since its inception; this new column will help readers understand key issues that impact investigative online intelligence discovery, collection, and analysis. Additionally, the column will provide insights into cryptocurrency and its role in facilitating criminal and other nefarious activity.
Owned and operated by Jim Nanos and Nicole Cusanelli, PI Magazine is a high-quality trade magazine, published six times a year, for real private detectives and those who want to become a private investigator.
Tomoko Discovery (a subsidiary of Toonari LLC) is one of the world’s leading certification training providers on a mission to help investigators and law enforcement officials acquire the skills they need to succeed in today’s deep, surface, dark web, and crypto investigations. Tomoko Discovery is a provider of the Tomoko Discovery platform to easily discover, preserve, and authenticate evidence through court admissible web capture, screen, and webcam video recording.
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