On the edge of the intelligence topic, there is a conversation to be had around just how valuable the application of OSINT methods is to security. Join us and our expert guests from the field of intelligence as we look to identify the application of innovative OSINT strategies for the security and defence sector.
HENSOLDT's New Mobile App: Combining OSINT and Crowd-Sourced Intelligence
In the second episode of our second season, our host, OSINT Analyst Jennifer Kelly sits down with Head of Software Development Jakob Frohnwieser and Software Developer Mert Demir to explore HENSOLDT Analytics's new mobile app.
From detailing the conceptualisation of the app to exploring the app's crowd-sourced intelligence functionalities, both Frohnwieser and Demir highlight the impact of having a multi-source intelligence app.
For a free demo of the mobile app, please contact our HENSOLDT Analytics Team at email@example.com.
The Economic Crime Landscape: Asset Recovery and its Challenges
In the first episode of our podcast’s second season, we are looking at how OSINT is incorporated within the world of financial crimes. Our host, Jennifer Kelly, will be joined by a special guest to shed some light on the UK economic crime landscape.
Maria Nizzero, a Research Fellow at the Centre for Financial Crime and Security Studies at RUSI, will discuss her recent work on the topic of asset recovery mechanism in the UK. She will also share the challenges the UK government faced in the aftermath of recent geopolitical events, how open-source information is utilized when overcoming these challenges, and what the future fight against illicit finance looks like.
Please note, the views expressed in the interview are those of our guest, and do not represent the views of RUSI or any other institution the speaker is connected with.
The Terrorism Landscape: Emerging Trends - Bonus Episode of The Intelligence Brief Podcast
This is a special episode of The Intelligence Brief Podcast: OSINT and its Application.
The content is based on the conversation held during The HENSOLDT Analytics Intelligence Webinar which aired in May 2022: The Terrorism Landscape: Emerging Trends.
The event brought together key experts to discuss the latest trends in terrorism, radicalization and extremism, from the most current developments of the Islamic State in Africa, to the ISIS prisoners in Syria, as well as the future of the ever-evolving terrorism landscape.
The three guests were:
Colin Clarke, from The Soufan GroupAmarnath Amarasingam, The School of ReligionPaul Brown, Senior Journalist BBC MonitoringModerating this session was Anne-Lynn Dudenhöfer, the Intel Desk Lead and OSINT Analyst at HENSOLDT Analytics.
Intra-Jihadi Group Dynamics and the Use of OSINT in Academic Research - The Intelligence Brief Podcast S01E06
Tune in for the last episode of the season, where Tore Hamming, Senior Research Fellow at the International Centre for the Study of Radicalisation, and Intel Desk Lead, Lynn Dudenhöfer, discuss the black box of intra-Jihadi dynamics and infighting, as well as the use and challenges of OSINT collection methods in academic research.
They will touch upon topics such as Jihadi propaganda tools, the Al-Hol detention camp in Syria, as well as the importance of creating a good system of data collection and the evergreen necessity to understand OSINT as one of many tools in a greater toolbox of intelligence methods.
These are just a few of the topics our experts will discuss. Tune in now for an insightful conversation around OSINT and its application!
Social Engineering and the Protection of High-Value Targets - The Intelligence Brief Podcast S01E05
In this episode, our Intel Desk Lead and podcast host, Anne-Lynn Dudenhöfer, is joined by Christina Lekati, who is a psychologist and a social engineering specialist. They discuss risks posed by social engineering and how to use OSINT for the protection of high-value targets.
Our guest shares different social engineering techniques, which human vulnerabilities are being exploited, and what red flags to look out for. In addition, Christina will shed some light on the value of OSINT in protecting high-value targets from digital and real-life attacks.
Elections or Civil War in Libya: The Country’s Current Security Landscape - The Intelligence Brief Podcast S01E04
The general Libyan elections were supposed to be held by the U.N.-promoted deadline of Dec 24, 2021. With the elections postponed, there are rising concerns that electoral security may be at risk of a soft military takeover - or even another civil war.
In addition to the postponed elections, the lingering of non-state actors on Libyan soil raises the question of how the situation can best be monitored and assessed.
Tune in as our host Anne-Lynn Dudenhöfer and Jalel Harchaoui, a researcher specializing in Libya, discuss the postponed Libyan election, the fragile Libyan security landscape, and why OSINT and HUMINT are best utilised in combination.
These are just a few of the questions our experts will touch upon – tune in now for more.