Open-Source intelligence (OSINT) involves the collection, processing, exploitation and analysis of multiple, independent open sources of information. Open sources refer generally to information that is available to the general public, including public, commercial, scientific and technical databases, records, publications, presentations, articles, reports, profiles, studies, broadcasts and productions – of any form or format.
We don’t offer ‘open-source intelligence’ collection or analysis as a standalone service. Open-source intelligence is integrated into all intelligence-related assignments. This page is merely intended to explain what OSINT is as well as to provide links to tools, training and reference material related to open-source intelligence tradecraft.