Bluestone Analytics Announces Expansion of Deep and Dark Web Training Program

Bluestone Analytics announced the expansion of their Deep and Dark Web training course offerings to include classes spanning additional proficiency levels and provide new scheduling options for students with limited availability.

Two new one-day courses – Introduction to the Dark Web and Introduction to DarkBlue – join Bluestone Analytics’ popular five-day DTAC: Dark Web Targeting and Analysis Course in delivering world-class Deep and Dark Web education to security, defense, and risk intelligence professionals.

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Introduction to the Dark Web is designed to give students a fundamental understanding of the history and culture of the Dark Web environment, the defining characteristics of Tor, Open Bazaar, I2P, Freenet, and ZeroNet, and the relevancy of Dark Web data for investigations and analysis. The other one-day course, Introduction to DarkBlue, will familiarize students with the two primary tools within the DarkBlue Intelligence Suite– the DarkBlue Intelligence Platform and DarkPursuit, educating them on Bluestone Analytics’ analyst methodology for Dark Web operations, and how to apply this methodology leveraging the Intelligence Suite. 

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The announcement of the new courses comes in tandem with the addition of more DTAC sessions to accommodate high demand for the flagship course. DTAC gives students an in-depth understanding of the environments and infrastructure of Tor, Open Bazaar, I2P, Freenet, and ZeroNet, as well as opportunities for Deep and Dark Web exploitation and Analysis.

All Bluestone Analytics’ open enrollment sessions are held virtually, with in-person education reserved for private group training. All classes are listed in the NICCS catalog, and registration is available via the Bluestone Analytics website. 

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