<img height="1" width="1" style="display:none;" alt="" src="https://px.ads.linkedin.com/collect/?pid=69540&amp;fmt=gif">

NEWS

The Evidence Challenge

During 2020, financial and white-collar crime have reached record highs, while public prosecution has reached record lows. If the low prosecution rates of high-level executives after the last financial crisis are anything to go by, these statistics are unlikely to improve in the near future. With the right open source intelligence (OSINT) capabilities,…

Continue Reading

From The Age of Information to The Age of Intelligence

We live in a world where information is everywhere but rarely exploited to its full potential. The distinction between information and intelligence has long been established in specialist sectors. But in the broader world, and even within these sectors, the terms are often used interchangeably. As a result, vast amounts of valuable information are…

Continue Reading

How Forensic Architecture Uses 3D Reconstruction to Investigate Human Rights Violations and State Violence

The success of open source investigations often hinges on the availability of visual evidence like photos or videos found on social media, CCTV footage, or satellite imagery. But what can you do when that evidence isn't conclusive or simply not available? 

Continue Reading

6 Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) Applications for Your Business

Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) tools, like Skopenow, aggregate and analyze publicly available information from the open web-based on a specific search. Using an OSINT tool is a great way to streamline your intelligence collection process for use in many investigative applications. 

Continue Reading

Social Media as a Tool for Law Enforcement

Check out how social media is used by law enforcement.

Continue Reading

How Social Media is Used to Catch Criminals

Use social media to help catch the bad guys.

Continue Reading

Law Enforcement and the Use of Social Media

Use of social media is becoming more and more prevalent. From Facebook, to Twitter, people use social media to share every minute detail of their lives. While it's not of much consequence for most users, social media is becoming an increasingly used tool to gather intel about people, especially when it comes to law enforcement. Law enforcement agencies…

Continue Reading

Popular

Popular Tags

see all

Follow Us