Agenda | Thursday, April 7, 2022 | 12:15 PM - 1:15 PM EDT
Incorporating Vehicle Data into OSINT Investigations
There are 287 million vehicles registered on the road in the U.S., equating to roughly 872 vehicles per 1000 people. Vehicles are intrinsically linked to our way of life and are rarely found far from their owners, with infrastructure designed around their heavy use. Therefore, identifying the vehicle that the subject of an investigation owns, has access to, or is in possession of, can provide valuable insight into their location and lifestyle. Skopenow’s Steve Adams will break down the value of vehicle records to investigators and will showcase techniques to collect vehicle information during an investigation.
Steve Adams, Manager, Skopenow
Expanding Your Intelligence Capabilities When You Can’t Expand Your Team
Threat intelligence in today’s world requires absorbing massive amounts of information, quickly identifying what is relevant, and being able to action that information quickly. Keeping up is challenging, especially when CTI teams are generally under-staffed and under pressure. How can you be more efficient and deliver more intelligence, even when you can’t add another analyst to your team? In this presentation, we’ll cover seven best practices you can implement on your own, or across your team.
Chris Pickard, Cybersecurity Customer Success Manager, Feedly
At this year’s OSINT Summit, you’ll have the chance to learn, connect, and share with thousands of cybersecurity professionals in attendance from around the globe. No matter your background or skill level, you’ll walk away from the Summit with interesting perspectives and case studies that challenge assumptions and result in a shift in your understanding.
Continuing Professional Education (CPE) Credits are earned by participation in the event!
- 6 CPEs are earned for attending the OSINT Summit
- 1 additional CPE is earned for attending the Bonus Session