Akhgar, Babak

Open Source Intelligence Investigation

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Table of contents

Part I. Introduction

1. OSINT as an Integral Part of the National Security Apparatus
Babak Akhgar

2. Open Source Intelligence and the Protection of National Security
Andrew Staniforth

3. Police Use of Open Source Intelligence: The Longer Arm of Law
Andrew Staniforth

4. OSINT as Part of the Strategic National Security Landscape
Laurence Marzell

5. Taking Stock of Subjective Narratives Surrounding Modern OSINT
Douglas Wells

Part II. Methods, Tools and Techiques

6. Acquisition and Preparation of Data for OSINT Investigations
Helen Gibson

7. Analysis, Interpretation and Validation of Open Source Data
Helen Gibson, Steve Ramwell, Tony Day

8. OSINT and the Dark Web
George Kalpakis, Theodora Tsikrika, Neil Cunningham, Christos Iliou, Stefanos Vrochidis, Jonathan Middleton, Ioannis Kompatsiaris

9. Fusion of OSINT and Non-OSINT Data
Tony Day, Helen Gibson, Steve Ramwell

10. Tools for OSINT-Based Investigations
Quentin Revell, Tom Smith, Robert Stacey

11. Fluidity and Rigour: Addressing the Design Considerations for OSINT Tools and Processes
B. L. William Wong

Part III. Pratical Application and Cases

12. A New Age of Open Source Investigation: International Examples
Eliot Higgins

13. Use Cases and Best Practices for LEAs
Steve Ramwell, Tony Day, Helen Gibson

14. OSINT in the Context of Cyber-Security
Fahimeh Tabatabaei, Douglas Wells

15. Combatting Cybercrime and Sexual Exploitation of Children: An Open Source Toolkit
Elisavet Charalambous, Dimitrios Kavallieros, Ben Brewster, George Leventakis, Nikolaos Koutras, George Papalexandratos

16. Identifying Illegal Cartel Activities from Open Sources
Pál Vadász, András Benczúr, Géza Füzesi, Sándor Munk

Part IV. Legal Considerations

17. Legal Considerations for Using Open Source Intelligence in the Context of Cybercrime and Cyberterrorism
Alison Lyle

18. Following the Breadcrumbs: Using Open Source Intelligence as Evidence in Criminal Proceedings
Fraser Sampson

Keywords: Computer Science, Systems and Data Security, Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery, Cybercrime, Computer Appl. in Social and Behavioral Sciences, International Criminal Law, Security Science and Technology

Publication year
Advanced Sciences and Technologies for Security Applications
Page amount
14 pages
Information Technology, Telecommunications
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