natural language processing with osint

17 Jun: OSINT Advances With Natural Language Processing

Natural Language Processing is a form of machine learning that allows for the teaching of context to a data processing program. Its goal is to enable the rough creation of a human-like understanding of language. While it will not completely replace traditional keyword searching at this point - it will be a bolstering factor to efficacy and relevancy in OSINT investigations.
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03 Jun: The Hidden and Visible Elements of OSINT: Part 3

Beyond private conversations, which are not legally accessible without warrants if at all, there are hidden data sources that live on what is called the Dark Web. The Dark Web is an unconnected collection of private spaces online where communication, sharing, and transactions can often occur in plain sight. It has been corrupted though, and security professionals and law enforcement are taking great interest in this type of activity.
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19 May: The Hidden and Visible Elements of OSINT: Part 2

There is a lot out there in terms of public conversations. People use the Internet to communicate everything, even beyond the boundaries of what is often acceptable in regular society. OSINT investigators will want to capture all conversations and interactions surrounding an event for a threat actor they are investigating.
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30 Apr: OSINT Success: Efficacy While Remaining Legal and Ethical

What was once the domain of highly specialized teams even half a decade ago, the collection and utilization of OSINT data as a function of security is now becoming a critical component of overall threat intelligence for both corporate and cybersecurity teams. With this rise in priority has come the expansion of teams and an influx of new OSINT practitioners.
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01 Apr: 5 Key Benefits of Having an OSINT Team

It is possible, if not likely that your organization is already using OSINT tactics. Digital information is ubiquitous and even unavoidable. But are you using it effectively? Experienced OSINT analysts are hard to come by, but they are best positioned to detect and investigate risks to your organization using open-source data including social media, blogs, forums, and media sources.