OSMOSIS 2018 – Las Vegas, Nevada

 

OSMOSIS 2017 – Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

 
Jeff Bedser – Something Dark: Peering Into The Dark Web
Mike Dores – Public Records for Skiptracing & Asset Location
Cynthia Hetherington – On the Lighter Side: Ethics in Open Source Investigations
Josh Huff – OSINT Techniques for Social Media Investigations
Johnny Long – What is the Hacking Community?
Chad Los Schumacher – Beyond Whois: Connecting the Digital Dots
Kirby Plessas- Advanced Methodology for Website Link Analysis
Paul Raffile – OSINT in Corporate Security
Amber Schroader – Smartphone Data & Using it in Your Investigation
Emmanuelle Welch – Hacking the Meet-up and Hook-up Apps

OSMOSIS 2016 – Anaheim, California

 
Michael Bazzell – New OSINT Strategies, Thinking Outside the Box
Jeff Neithercutt – Tactical Hacking and Social Media
Marcy Phelps – Online Sources and Strategies for Due Diligence Investigations
Eli Rosenblatt – Beyond the Big Four, Digging Deeper into New and Emerging Social Networks
Ethan Wall – Social Media and the Law

OSMOSIS 2015 – Las Vegas, Nevada

 
Michael Bazzell – Covert Searching on Social Media
Jeff Bedser – New Tech Tools in Social Media
Nicole Bocra – Asset Investigations and Social Media
Cynthia Hetherington – Who’s afraid of the Dark Web?
Michele Stuart – Cellular Open Sources as a Tool for Investigators
David Toddington – International Social Media Investigation
Ethan Wall – Social Media and the Law
Steve Wiideman – Information Weapons Managing Online Reputation in Search Engine Results