Open source intelligence (OSINT) has garnered a lot of attention in the security community in the recent years, but the gathering and analysis of readily available material for intelligence purposes isn’t new. The history of OSINT goes back to pre-WWII days. This week, we’re offering an in-depth examination of OSINT, starting with our latest edition of ISN Podcasts. In Past, Present and Future of OSINT, Professor Arthur S Hulnick discusses the role OSINT has played in the intelligence arena.
- In Primary Resources, we have the transcript of the speech by UK MI5 Director General Jonathan Evans, Intelligence, Counter-Terrorism and Trust.
- You can find out about the EUROSINT Forum in our IR Directory.
- Open Source Intelligence: A Strategic Enabler of National Security from our parent organization Center for Security Studies is on offer in Policy Briefs.