Corporate Security teams need to integrate Open-Source Intelligence (OSINT) into their security operations to protect organizations from threats and illicit activities. OSINT platforms alone, without best practices for integration and use, can often end up as ‘shelfware’ without careful consideration as to how it fits into security infrastructure. OSINT allows organizations to monitor potential threats to their business, such as cyber-attacks, reputational damage, or physical security risks, by analyzing publicly available data. Organizations must understand how OSINT best practices can be leveraged to further enhance their overall security posture.
Leveraging OSINT Best Practices for Success
With the right tools and techniques, OSINT can be used to identify and analyze patterns, relationships, and potential threats that may not be apparent through other means. But it’s not just about the right tools and techniques. Corporate Security teams must know how this valuable data can become part of their workflow and how it should be integrated to ensure organizational safety. Using evaluation methods, and then return on investment (ROI) analysis, corporations can integrate this data into their existing operations and workflows without disrupting established processes. These OSINT best practices are key for success.
This eBook will guide corporate security teams through the way in which OSINT can aid in threat detection and investigations. It will provide readers with OSINT best practices to evaluate their needs and then determine ROI of their investment in technology.