Advanced Open Source Investigation & Exploitation (OSINT) Training - 103

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OSINT 103

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Description: Building upon previous OSINT courses, this course seeks to enable student attendees with techniques to expand to searches outside the United States using some clever techniques to achieve better results. Furthermore, this course seeks to help attendees assess organizations and businesses for intelligence. The course is capped off with an assessment of the enumeration of specialized technologies to further enable intelligence collection

Topics to be covered:

1. Searching for regional information abroad

2. Identifying technology flaws in organizations/attribution of businesses to/from people

3. Email and Specialized technology identification

Subject Matter Expert: A native of Eastern Tennessee, SME is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP®) and an Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) and investigations expert who specializes in SME is a former Navy Submarine Navigation Electronics Technician and transitioned into the private sector offering collaborative attitude and expertise to support a variety of organizations, both public and private in implementing better cybersecurity.

Target Audience: InfraGard Members, Public Safety (Law/Health/Fire), Terrorism Liaison Officers (TLO’s), Infrastructure Liaison Officers (ILO’s), Private Sector Security, Area Stakeholders, all Critical Infrastructure Sectors, Intelligence Analysts, Intelligence Officers and Private Investigators.

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Organizer InfraGard Los Angeles Members Alliance

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InfraGard is a partnership of individuals representing businesses, academic institutions, state and local law enforcement agencies, and communities who are dedicated to collaborating and sharing information to prevent hostile acts against the United States.

Today, there are 45,000+ members in over 80 local chapters represented nationally by the InfraGard National Members Alliance. These members work with the FBI to help protect the nation’s critical infrastructure from computer intrusions, physical security breaches, and other attacks. Each FBI field office works with at least one chapter to discuss threats and share experiences and best practices.

Visit our website at www.infragardlosangeles.org to learn more and apply for membership today.

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