Tag Archives: Public Records

Understanding OSINT Framework

By Trevor Morgan Investigators and analysts are challenged daily with establishing those points and connecting those dots. In fact, this activity transcends all of the investigative fields, regardless if you are a federal agent, private investigator, intelligence analyst, or business researcher. Details of your report will almost always include the subject’s connections to the rest […]

Opting to Protect Your Personal Information

Now into the second decade of this century, the risk of your personal information being hacked, stolen, and sold to the highest bidder is exponentially higher than it was 20 years ago. You may already have been notified by any number of corporate behemoths such as—Wawa, Yahoo, Marriott International, and First American Financial Corporation—informing you […]

OSINT Tools for Tracking Stats & News

Whether your investigation requires you to have knowledge of public records access in Ohio, statistical validation on current financial trends in Southeast Asia, or proof of who said what in a news media clip, these three websites should be in every investigator’s toolkit. Jstor.org Jstor offers over 12 million scholarly journal articles, book chapters, and […]