Welcome to OSMOSIS
Founded in 2015, the OSMOSIS Institute began hosting the annual OSMOSIS Conference to educate, inform and protect investigators and analysts within the cyber security industry.
Developed by OSINT (Open Source Intelligence) investigators for the legal, law enforcement, investigative, business and accounting community, the OSMOSIS conference brings the most cutting-edge methodologies and power techniques to get actionable search results right from the comfort of your own computer.
The OSMOSIS conference brings together some of the world’s most recognized social media and open source investigative trainers into one valuable educational experience. This gathering of experts offers non-stop training on the dark web, the latest cellular and desktop social media investigations, open source searching, asset research, and borderless possibilities on the international front, plus the legal implications of this. All while remaining discreet and protecting one’s own identity.
Industry vendors participate as well – vendors who are focused on the needs of open source investigators, demonstrating the latest in online geo-fencing software, public record sources, private company data, plus management and collection software.
With the potential to earn C.E.U. credits at OSMOSIS, professionals attend to learn cutting-edge methodologies and power techniques to get actionable and verifiable results in nearly any type of investigation.
The three-day program offers:
•Education sessions addressing the threats and opportunities in social media and open sources
•Free access to the Expo featuring the newest products and services from on-point solution providers
•Opportunities to network with over 300 peers from the public and private sectors
•Over sixteen continuing education credit hours from major recognized certification associations
•Prime location for learning and leisure experiences
Interested in learning more about what to expect at the OSMOSIS conference? Check out previous years of the OSMOSIS conference here and read independent reviews of OSMOSIS 2018 here by Brian Willingham of Diligentia Group and Emmanuelle Welch of French Connection Research