Micah Hoffman | Duration: 32h+ | Video: H264 1280x720 | Audio: AAC 32 kHz mono | 3,11 GB | Language: English
A foundational course in open-source intelligence (OSINT) gathering that teaches students how to find, collect, and analyze data from the Internet.
This course provides the OSINT groundwork knowledge for students to be successful in their fields and enforces that knowledge with over 20 hands-on exercises.
This is a foundational course in open-source intelligence (OSINT) gathering and, as such, will move quickly through many areas of the field. While the course is an entry point for people wanting to learn about OSINT, the concepts and tools taught are far from basic. The goal is to provide the OSINT groundwork knowledge for students to be successful in their fields, whether they are cyber defenders, threat intelligence analysts, private investigators, insurance claims investigators, intelligence analysts, law enforcement personnel, or just someone curious about OSINT.
Many people think using their favorite Internet search ee is enough to find the data they need and do not realize that most of the Internet is not indexed by search ees. SEC487 teaches students effective methods of finding these data. You will learn real-world skills and techniques that law enforcement, private investigators, cyber attackers, and defenders use to scour the massive amounts of information found on the Internet. Once you have the information, we'll show you how to ensure that it is corroborated, how to analyze what you've gathered, and how to make sure it is useful in your investigations.