Tag Archives: OSINT Tools

OSMOSIS 2020 Capture the Flag Winners Revealed

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: October 12, 2020 Contact: Paul Atkinson Phone: 973.706.7525 Email: paul@hetheringtongroup.com  OSMOSIS 2020 Capture the Flag Winners Revealed (Wanaque, NJ) OSMOSIScon Kicked Off Annual Conference with NW3C Capture the Flag Contest:  Did you get in on the action? Crafted by conference supporter, National White Collar Crime Center, this unique Capture the Flag event […]

Will you be the Official Capture the Flag Winner?

OSMOSIScon Kicks Off Conference with NW3C Capture the Flag Contest Get in on the action with this exciting opening kickoff to OSMOSIScon 2020! Crafted by conference supporter National White Collar Crime Center, this unique Capture the Flag event fuels our competitive OSINT spirit. This week, conference participants are cyber hunting and conducting open source drills […]

Announcing the 2020 Open Source Award Recipients

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: October 1, 2020 Contact: Paul Atkinson, 973.706.7525, paul@hetheringtongroup.com The OSMOSIS Institute Board of Advisors Announces 2020 Open Source Award Recipients (Wanaque, NJ) The OSMOSIS Institute Board of Advisors is pleased to announce the first annual recipients of the OSMOSIS Open Source Awards for the following categories:  Open Source Intelligence Champion of the Year: […]

Fat Fingers: Hot Goods & Bad Spelling

By Trevor Morgan Stolen goods are often sold on auction sites with the description key words intentionally misspelled. For investigators tracking down stolen assets, Fatfingers.com should be one of your key OSINT tools. The website locates items listed on eBay with spelling mistakes in the ad copy. Search options on Fatfingers can include searching on correct […]

9 Bits & Bytes Presentations Await You at OSMOSIScon 2020

Do you remember the speed dating craze of the 1990s? Well, we’ve brushed it off, given it a facelift, and created a fun and speedy way to gather tradecraft tips in between sessions! Now in its 5th year, tables are replaced for chat rooms featuring industry specialists sharing expertise on trending topics. Enjoy sessions throughout the […]

Risk Assessment: How to Opt Out in 2020

Most companies rent or buy lists of individuals who they believe are likely to be interested in their products or services. They will use these lists for offline and online marketing campaigns. These lists come from a variety of sources, including public records, telephone directories, and from companies who exchange or rent their customer file […]

6 Ways to Get the Most Out of Virtual OSMOSIScon 2020

By Rachel Kronenfeld, Manager of Investigations at Hetherington Group and OSMOSIS Staff Most of the OSINT community spends their day scouring the Internet. When you are already sitting at your desk working, you may be tempted to work and attend the conference at the same time. Maybe some of you are better multi-taskers than I, […]

OSMOSIS 2020 Goes Virtual

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: July 15, 2020 Contact: Paul Atkinson Phone: 973.706.7525 Email: paul@hetheringtongroup.com  Registration Opens Key to Joining Pre-Conference OSINT Virtual Community (Wanaque, NJ) Today, the OSMOSIS Institute announced that due to ongoing COVID-19 threats to public health and safety, the 6th Annual OSMOSIScon, previously scheduled to be held in San Diego, will be conducted […]

OSMOSIS Institute Board of Advisors Calls for Nominations for OSMOSIScon 2020 Open Source Awards

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: June 15, 2020 Contact: Paul Atkinson, Phone: 973.706.7525 Email: paul@hetheringtongroup.com OSMOSIS Institute Board of Advisors Calls for Nominations for OSMOSIScon 2020 Open Source Awards (Wanaque, NJ) The OSMOSIS Institute Board of Advisors is pleased to announce a call for nominations for the first annual OSMOSIS Open Source Awards. The awards will be […]

Cyber Investigations: Follow the Money

If you grew weary of the American presidential campaign of 2016, you’re in for a bumpy ride in 2020. From now until November, it will be hard to read any newspaper or watch a news program without hearing about the battle between Candidate X and Candidate Y. What does this mean for investigators? Unlike public funding […]