Introduction to Open-Source Intelligence (OSINT) workshop



Course period

25.05.2021. 25.05.2021.


06:00 pm BST 01:00 pm EDT



Open-Source Intelligence (OSINT) is a methodology for collecting and analysing data that is available in the public domain to inform decisions and identify threat or vulnerability patterns. These skills can be particularly beneficial for careers in cyber security.
The workshop is designed for complete beginners to students wanting to develop OSINT skills to map an organizations external infrastructure and conduct people investigations. We will cover the basic methodologies and frameworks that can be applied across a range of investigations, to set you on a path to OSINT career or help you hone your OSINT skills.

Who can attend?

  • No previous experience required
  • You identify as a woman or other underrepresented gender

Pre-workshop setup

  • There will be opportunity to take part in exercises – for this you will just need a browser (any)

Optional it would be useful, but not essential to have

If you’re into command line, you may also want to install (also optional!)

  • Sherlock
  • Buster
  • H8mail

Next Steps

We have 30 places available, and they will be assigned on a first-come first-served basis should you meet the eligibility criteria outlined above.

Applications close on Friday 15th May, and we will be in touch by Tuesday 18th May.

Hosted by: Chloe Mattews – Threat Intelligence Analyst at F-Secure & Katie Inns – Information Security Consultant at F-Secure