Thousand Islands: ABM - Precision Recruiting: From Digital Footprint to the Right Fit

Date and Time

Starts:05/13/2021 6:00 PM

Ends:05/13/2021 8:00 PM

Event Type: ABMs

2 Hours Hour(s)





Additional Information

Event Sponsor

As HR Professionals you owe it to yourself, your organization, and job applicants to  make  good  hiring  decisions. Traditionally  the  recruitment  process  is labour intensive,  costly,  and  may  lead  to  regrettable  hiring  decisions. Save time and money  by  adopting  a   modern  proactive  approachby  reverse   engineering   the networking  game!    Candidates   have   long   used   networking   to   discover job opportunities. As the employer you can make networking work for you!  Suppose you have a candidate profile but no name? As employers it is time to empower yourself by learning to reverse engineer online networking platforms. Learn 21st century recruiting techniques to find candidates that meet the skills, qualifications, and personal characteristics you’re seeking.

Learning Objectives:

●    Create Search Criteria To Find Your Ideal Candidate
●    Social Media and Internet Search Tools and Techniques
●    Reverse Engineering The Networking Game
●    Assessing Your Findings
●    Make Evidence Based Hiring Decisions


6:00 PM  Welcome & Introductions

6:05 PM  Annual Business Meeting

6:25 PM Speaker Presentation

7:45 PM Q & A

8:00 PM Adjournment

During registration, please consider the donation option. Donated funds collected through this event registration will be equally divided between Indspire and Black Youth Helpline, preferred charities identified by HRPA members in a recent survey.


Speaker bio(s)
Matt Richardson

Matt Richardson is an expert on Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) and social media and internet internet investigations. Upon completing the Ontario Police College program for OSINT Matt began teaching the art of online investigations as well as cutting edge internet safety seminars. His background working in politics and the provincial and federal civil service and OSINT credential lead to him providing elected officials and staff with skills to conduct effective background investigations on job applicants and perform “digital threat assessments”. Matt is currently an OSINT Trainer and Advisor for Special Projects for Echosec Systems, and in 2019 founded the “Digital Empowerment Project” (Canada) in partnership with a retired Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) investigator for the Ohio State ICAC Task Force. PAST AND PRESENT CLIENTS (NOT LIMITED TO) Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) Internet Communications Technology Council (ICTC) Queen’s University - Dept. of Sociology and Criminology CFB Trenton Military Family Resource Centre Hastings Prince Edward District School Board Algonquin Lakeshore Catholic District School Board Loyalist College HIGHLIGHTS Queen’s University - Dept. of Sociology and Criminology Designing and delivering lectures on geo-spacial intelligence, social media and Darknet searches for criminal investigations and academic research for the Ph.d programs. Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) Delivered seminars on Open Source Intelligence and Social Media investigations for teams of Street Crime Officers and Detectives. Information Communications Technology Council (ICTC): Delivered webinars and seminars and designed resource materials for the ICTC and their “Digital Dash” project and “Cyber Titan” program. Hastings Prince Edward District School Board (HPEDSB) Designing a suite of custom online safety and digital well-being resources and online learning modules for teachers that align with provincial curriculum requirements.