Open Source Intelligence post COVID-19

1 April 2020 Conferences & Events

Intelligence gathering is not a new topic, people of every era used to gather intelligence using their own techniques; now the techniques have evolved and we have ‘new’ way of searching for information.

The word ‘open’ refers the publicly available sources; it has nothing to do with the open-source software. Open source intelligence (OSINT) is the process of collecting the intelligence from publicly available sources, paid or free. Craig Pedersen will present on how OSINT can be used to aid in the associated risks in the new world post COVID-19.

Topic: New School Open Source Intelligence

Time: Apr 30, 2020 15:00 PM Johannesburg GMT+1

Join Zoom Meeting: https://zoom.us/j/93063608945?pwd=U3BveTRIeHQwWm05bUdGTTNwSldYdz09

Meeting ID: 930 6360 8945

Password: 035766




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