Tag Archives: OSINT Tools

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 […]

How to Track down Images & People with OSINT Tools

As OSINT investigators, we need to be aware of the hundreds of social media platforms connecting millions of users daily. Some platforms, such as Facebook, require a real-life person to be associated with a personal account. Others, such as Instagram and Twitter, can be created in minutes, and a user can hide behind a made-up handle like […]

Reviewing OSINT Tools for Deep Social Searches

New Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) tools pop up all the time. Keeping up with them is becoming a job in itself. Every research resource needs a regular review: Is it still offering up the best information for professional needs? This week, we briefly enter the world of Google to find a user’s nickname and then […]