Automate OSINT Using Face Recognition and Instagram

Introduction Facial recognition has been buzz word lately. It's been used by technology companies to improve their products, law enforcement to identify criminals, NGOs to identify missing persons, and more.  It's also been used for nefarious reasons, leading to a general negative sentiment in the public eye. In the United States, cities are limiting the … Continue reading Automate OSINT Using Face Recognition and Instagram

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Interview With the Developer of Spiderfoot – Steve Micallef

I recently did a deep dive on the OSINT tool Spiderfoot.  There are so many features and I don't think I did it much justice in such a short time frame (30 minutes).  I thought a good way to add value is to get the information from the source, the developer of Spiderfoot.  Enjoy this … Continue reading Interview With the Developer of Spiderfoot – Steve Micallef

An Interview with an AML and OSINT Specialist – Andrew Rudd

Introduction As a follow up to my AML and OSINT post I did last week, here's an intriguing and insightful interview with Andrew Rudd on different aspects of AML and how OSINT is related to the career field. Learn from Andrew how you can apply your OSINT skills to a different career field and where … Continue reading An Interview with an AML and OSINT Specialist – Andrew Rudd

The Intersection between AML and OSINT – A Potential Path

Something that has been of interest to me lately is the art and science of anti money laundering (AML).  I came to this interest sort of by default.  I'm in a three way fork in my career that points either towards security management, cyber security/infosec, or investigations/compliance.  The security management field requires more travel than … Continue reading The Intersection between AML and OSINT – A Potential Path