OSINT Primer

Presented at HOPE 2020 Virtual Rescheduled, July 28, 2020, 9 a.m. (360 minutes)

In this six-hour Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) workshop, taught by a passionate social engineer and DerbyCon black badge recipient with a proven OSINT track record, you will obtain a fundamental understanding of OSINT. The legal and ethical considerations of collection and destruction of OSINT data will be discussed. From there, you will learn the offensive and defensive applications of OSINT information. In the next modules, "People OSINT" and "Business OSINT" as they relate to offensive attacks will be discussed. The workshop will wrap up with a two-hour "capture the flag." https://wiki.hope.net/index.php?title=OSINT\_Primer\_workshop


  • Joe Gray
    **Joe Gray** joined the U.S. Navy directly out of high school and served for seven years as a submarine navigation electronics technician. He is currently a senior OSINT specialist at Qomplx, Inc. and previously maintained his own blog and podcast called *Advanced Persistent Security.* Joe has contributed material for the likes of Tripwire, AlienVault, *ITSPmagazine,* *CSO Online,* *Forbes,* and *Dark Reading*, as well as his own platforms. He is the author of a few OSINT tools, such as WikiLeaker and the forthcoming tools Decepticon and Intercepticon.<br>


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