Do you do a lot of open source research on the internet and would you like to become better?
Are you often looking for people and organisations online, but are you disappointed by the results? If you are using the internet on a daily basis, it’s good to know how it works exactly and which research techniques are the best to use.
Everyone leaves traces behind when visiting websites and sending Emails. Using open sources such as Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn leaves traces behind. With the right knowledge and skills, we can find these traces and link them to people and organisations.
This OSINT training course will teach you all the aspects of internet research, step-by-step. We will do practical exercises for each topic.
Topics Open Source Intelligence (OSINT)
• The internet: networks and servers;
• Internet research: browsers, search engines and traces;
• Social media: well-known and less well-known social media;
• Strategies for searching.
After completing the OSINT training course
You will know what the possibilities and underlying technology of the internet are. You will be able to search in the best places with the right tools. You will know how to create profiles of people and organisations based on social media information.
Who is this training course for?
This training course is for beginners who want to search the internet and the web within the research domain.
Prior knowledge required
No specific prior knowledge is required for this course.