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Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) is a term used to refer to the data collected from publicly available sources to be used in a security intelligence context.
OSINT is drawn from publicly available multilingual material, including:
Traditional mass media (e.g. television, radio, newspapers, magazines)
Specialized journals, conference proceedings, academic and think tank studies
Geospatial information (e.g. maps and commercial imagery products)
As mentioned by the US Central Intelligence Agency CIA website: “An organization that invests in open source today is akin to an individual who invested in Google in its first year. OSINT has always been an integral component in intelligence … An organization with an appreciation for OSINT’s value and potential will be the most effective in the future.”
Social media instead are forms of electronic communication through which users create online communities – social spaces – where to gather and share information, ideas, personal messages, and other content.
Social media Intelligence, SOCMINT, refers to the collective tools and solutions that allow organizations to monitor social channels and conversations, respond to social signals and synthesize social data points into meaningful trends and, in our case, transform open-source information gathered on social media into actionable intelligence.