*This course is eligible for 4 ASIS CPE credits
LEVEL 6 – SAFETY / LEGALITIES RELATED TO OSINT
InfraGard Los Angeles and CT Watch, Inc. present Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) LEVEL 6 – SAFETY / LEGALITIES RELATED TO OSINT. This course ends the curriculum series and seeks to leverage technologies and standards used by the Internet at large to allow investigators to collect information about the technologies used, personnel associated with an organization, and proliferation of web presence for a target domain or organization. Additionally, this course will address Google Dorking and survey a technique for identifying fraud and brand impersonation using Google Dorking. *This course is eligible for 4 ASIS CPE credits
1. Leveraging Domain Name System (DNS) to collect information about an organization
a. Introduction to DNS
b. Querying DNS in the command-line
c. Querying DNS from the browser
i. Various sites with pros and cons
2. Google Dorking
3. Fraud and brand impersonation case study
4. Personal safety online
5. Legalities of OSINT in the modern age
Joe Gray, VP, CT Watch
A native of Eastern Tennessee, SME is an Open-Source Intelligence (OSINT) and investigations expert specializing in assessing public information for evaluating external risks, finding missing persons, threat modeling, and operations security. The SME possess several cybersecurity industry certifications including Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP®) and GIAC Certified Incident Handler (GCIH®). SME is a former Navy Submarine Navigation Electronics Technician and transitioned into the private sector offering collaborative attitude and expertise to support a variety of organizations, both public and private in implementing better cybersecurity.
Who Can Attend:
Open to anyone.