This final module will introduce the student to the concept of "amber flags," explaining how to capture early warning signals of a potential risk, before that risk explodes and becomes a full "red flag." A key source of early warning tends to be the world’s investigative journalists. We will introduce students to the key sites that these journalists use and also show how to set up a real-time monitoring system, as well as to how to locate and verify expert sources. In this module, students will also be taught various advanced skills around investigation and security, including: email tracing, the use and management of RSS feeds, browser security, web server log files, proxy servers, and anonymous web searching. Further, we will set out a framework and checklist for financial investigators to use; provide lists of specialized databases and relevant online resources; introduce the more useful specialist groups that exist on LinkedIn; and finally, provide a guide to the more useful foreign language sites that investigators tend to need.