weekly analytical digest "OSINT news" #4-19, 22 to 26 July 2019
№ 4, 2019 22 to 26 July 2019
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1.In the News — Highlights
1.1. Fight against corruption
Military investigators over seven years to repair the damage from corruption of 8 billion rubles
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Reincarnation of scout
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1.3.U.S. intelligence news
The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)
World Factbook: All of The World Factbook's Travel Facts and One-Page Country Summaries can now be accessed from two new links on the lower left of the home page. Individual country Travel Facts and One-Page Summaries will continue to be accessible from country pages - July 25, 2019
ICCS 2019 - FBI Director Christopher Wray discussed cyber threats—including foreign influence and foreign investment—as well as the Bureau’s cyber capabilities at the International Conference on Cyber Security in New York.
2.1. The European Union Institute for Security Studies (EUISS) news:
Ten years after the launch of the Eastern Partnership (EaP), this Chaillot Paper looks back on its evolution, unveils shifting attitudes towards the EaP programme and provides analyses of both the successes and failures experienced in the six partner states.
2.2. Research briefings POST
Published Thursday, July 25, 2019 | Commons Briefing papers CBP-8597
This Commons Library briefing paper looks at the Iran nuclear agreement (the JCPOA) and recent developments between the US and Iran, following the attack on tankers in the Gulf in June 2019.
Published Wednesday, July 24, 2019 | POST briefs POST-PB-0032
5G is the next generation of mobile communications technology.
2.3. The Council on Foreign Relations
Trump, Tariffs, and Immigration
with Edward Alden and Shannon K. O'Neil
OSINT Brief at FT Gordon
In effect, Moynihan wanted his government to do only “Open Source Intelligence” (OSI) and not covert collection of information. Would this simplistic solution work in modern days? We need to consider ...
This makes them ideal 'muscle memory' targets. Executives are also public figures in most cases, with their personal information and email addresses readily available via open source intelligence ...
Before a cybercriminal wants to engage in a targeted attack against a particular organization or individual, they’d like to know a few things first. That’s where OSINT comes into play. The term OSINT ...
Ce logiciel sert à dénicher des renseignements d’origine source ouverte (OSINT, pour Open Source INTelligence), c’est-à-dire des informations accessibles publiquement
WhatsApp : comment un hack permet de trouver les contacts de personnalités publiques - Tech - Numerama